Tag: gluten free

Christmas Dinner Party Entree: Home Cured Gravlax with a Dill Mustard Sauce

Christmas Dinner Party Entree: Home Cured Gravlax with a Dill Mustard Sauce

There is much contention around the correct making of a gravlax – too much salt, too little sugar, never use steaks and what about the vodka? In actual fact it’s up to personal taste how much or little of each you add to your cure […]

CAULIFLOWER PIZZA

CAULIFLOWER PIZZA

I have seen versions of cauliflower pizza floating around the internet for some time. I simultaneously thought ‘delicious’ and ‘oh God, why to people have to mess around with ingredients so much’. Of course, being me, I ignored my inner food politician and overrode it […]

CHILI AND GARLIC ROASTED BROCCOLI

CHILI AND GARLIC ROASTED BROCCOLI

This chili and garlic roasted broccoli recipe is for those days when you are fully committed to being healthy. You’re avoiding alcohol and sugar, you’re exercising regularly and you want something light, nourishing and tasty so you can binge on chocolate later to help you […]

ROAST SPINACH CROWNS W/ BRUSSELS SPROUTS AND BACON

ROAST SPINACH CROWNS W/ BRUSSELS SPROUTS AND BACON

If I’m cooking spinach I prefer the bigger, more robust leaves of English spinach opposed to the delicate salad leaves you can buy pre-packed at the supermarket. The leaves stand up better to heat and, when bought in big bunches, work out to be much […]

BAKED SWEET POTATOES W/ MOROCCAN CHICKEN

BAKED SWEET POTATOES W/ MOROCCAN CHICKEN

It took me a while to decide whether or not I liked sweet potatoes. Seemingly hitting the supermarket shelves out of nowhere in the early 2000s (I swear the potato aisle in the ’90s barely saw anything but a King Edward), the sweet potato is […]

Salmon Bowl w/ Crunchy Salad and Japanese Dressing

Salmon Bowl w/ Crunchy Salad and Japanese Dressing

Cold salmon is one of life’s great pleasures. For me, it conjures up English summer garden parties where champagne is served in tall flutes on silver trays, and party-goers in wide brimmed hats and polka-dot dresses gather in groups on the lawn – cardigans draped […]

Crispy Zucchini fritters with Peas and Mint

Crispy Zucchini fritters with Peas and Mint

Zucchini fritters are one of my favourite breakfast items. If they’re on the menu, I’m ordering them! All too often, though, I’m disappointed. So many times I have been presented with an oil slick, crispy to the point of burnt, or a gluggy floury pattie […]

Warm Roast Capsicum Salad

Warm Roast Capsicum Salad

This warm roast capsicum salad is a quick and easy midweek meal. Perfect for spring/summer it’s a healthy, zesty option with plenty of scope for adaptation (see delicious additions below). While we were at university my husband used to joke that we ate capsicum in […]

SKORDALIA: Greek Mashed Potatoes

SKORDALIA: Greek Mashed Potatoes

Most famous for its connection to a certain Edna Everage, the Melbourne suburb of Moonee Ponds is not the first place you might think of going for traditional Greek food. There is, however, a rare find on Mount Alexander Road worth making the trip for. A rustic […]

How to make leftover chicken into a restaurant quality meal

How to make leftover chicken into a restaurant quality meal

This delicious leftover chicken recipe is testament that you don’t have to spend a fortune or use outrageous ingredients to create a restaurant quality meal. These simple, subtle flavours make up a lovely summer supper that you’ll want to eat again and again. Sometimes cooking can […]