This is my favourite Thermomix recipe so far. It can obviously also all be done the conventional way by following the method but replacing the Thermomix with a stove top, a grater and a steamer where necessary.
I threw this one together quickly one day and it worked. I almost like it better than the traditional version. It's definitely much less time-consuming and you can add more or less of the ingredients as you prefer.
This has been my husband and my ‘go-to’ meal whenever we want something healthy and delicious and easy to throw together. We found it in NZ ‘House and Garden’ and have kept the torn-out magazine page for nearly 15 years. It’s a one-pot wonder full of fresh, sunny goodness and always reminds us of New Zealand. It helped us get through some of the long, grey days in London when we were both working all hours. The recipe norma...
There are a huge number of ingredients but believe me, it's worth it. Not only is this a highly nutritious dish, packed full of healthy carbs, vitamins and minerals, it's completely and utterly delicious!
2 large sweet Potatoes, scrubbed clean
6 tablespoons coconut yoghurt
2 tablespoons tahini
1 x 400 g BPA-free tin of black beans, drained and rinsed
This is the best remedy to so many things from sorting out an upset stomach to reinvigorating your hair. The best thing about it is that it is full of beneficial bacteria that help keep your gut healthy thus boosting your immune system. It is incredibly simple to make and is a good way to use up apples if you have a glut or if they are past their best. I often use the windfall apples and cut out areas that have been eaten b...
It's no coincidence that this is another recipe from my lovely friend Laraba as she is all about gut health and immune-boosting recipes. This was taken from 'Boost your child's immune system' by Lucy Burney
She promised me that the kids would love it and they did! Seconds all round!
Another delicious meat-free feast from Leon,'Fast Vegetarian'. It's quite an autumnal recipe but on these window, rainy days it feels quite apt. I didn't have a squash so I used sweet potato and I substituted toasted pine nuts for the walnuts. This would make a tasty pie too if you covered it with a ready-made puff pastry. Super quick, easy and satisfying.