This leek and potato gratiné is a much lighter alternative to a classic gratiné. It’s vegetarian, gluten free; not vegan but very tasty. We used milk instead of cream and very little cheddar cheese for our leek and potato gatiné. The turmeric imparts a lovely golden colour and the chilli oil and thyme sprigs provide very ..Continue Reading
Easy to make, mostly healthy recipes, often using inexpensive local ingredients. Drawing from my Indian background, my keenness to eat more healthily and what my family says is tasty! Many of the recipes here also have accompanying videos with them too.
Join me in my kitchen and learn how to make a vegetarian and very versatile Cauliflower Hummus. It’s GLUTEN FREE and VEGAN but not expensive to make. Cauliflower is a very nutrient rich food, high in fibre and a good source of vitamins B & C. Serve up as a dip with crudités to accompany ..Continue Reading
An easy, tasty, healthy anytime snack or lunchbox filler. It’s gluten free, vegan and full of protein. Really inexpensive too. Ideal to store refrigerated in an airtight container for a couple of days. Microwave in a loose lid container for a few seconds to eat with fresh coriander and mint chunety. Ingredients sprouted moong / ..Continue Reading
An inexpensive fish fillet dish that everyone will enjoy. Gather your ingredients, read Monica’s top kitchen tips, cook and enjoy. I have used red snapper fish fillets but you could use cod or haddock. Alternatively exchange those fish fillets for prawns or chicken. Make the dish your own and add your favourite accompliments; rice, noodles ..Continue Reading
WHY CAULIFLOWER BURGERS Cauliflower burgers are more interesting than cauliflower rice and it’s easier to make a meal from them too. You can make them vegan if you like and they are also paleo. You don’t need a bread bun either if you put them with a salad and roasted vegetables. They are gluten free ..Continue Reading