Cauliflower Risotto — The trick to making perfectly creamy risotto is that you use Arborio rice and don’t add all the liquid at once.
Bowls are a terrific way to enjoy a meal which is not only appealing to the senses but is also nutrient rich because of the variety of fresh ingredients that can be added.
Vegetable Frittata is an egg-based classic Italian brunch dish.There’s no such thing as a frittata for one. It is something you make when you want to feed a few more people.
One of the healthier options for dips is hummus. It provides you with protein, iron, fibre and a number of essential vitamin and minerals, and while it can be high in fat, it is mostly heart-healthy unsaturated fat.
VIDEO RECIPE | This is the easiest and yummiest salsa to make. However, the key is to make sure you have perfectly ripe avocados and mangoes, firm but not too ripe. A neat trick to ripening an avocado faster is to put it in a paper bag along with a ripe banana and leave it for a day or so.
Store bought dips can be tasty but they have a tendency to be high in calories and unhealthy fats. This dip is exceptionally fresh and tasty and loaded with nutritional value.
These roasted root vegetables are a medley of colours and flavours. The combination of tandoori spice, coriander, grainy mustard and Italian herbs in the seasoning makes these vegetables a fusion of Indian and Mediterranean flavours.
Lemon Dijon Quinoa Pasta Salad — There are two words to describe this entreé salad, “absolutely delicious”! Due to its very high nutritional value, I am always trying out different ways of incorporating quinoa into vegetarian recipes.
Although this beautiful veggie tart requires some work, it is totally worth the effort and sure to empress the most discerning of guests.
Spanakopita is to Greek food as samosas are to Indian food. I have always liked spanakopita but it wasn’t until our trip to Greece in 2013 that I totally fell in love with it.