My love of shakshuka extends the traditional Israeli--adopted-Western hangover cure. Instead, I’ve decided to use it as a tasty base to my homemade buckwheat pizza. Inspired by pioneering FODMAP blogger Emma Hatcher, the texture of this herby pizza is much like crispy pitta – thin, versatile and light. Covered with my homemade spicy sauce, this effortless pizza makes for a perfect accompaniment at any chilled-out dinner party.
Serves 4 Prep time: 10 minutes Ingredients: 180g kale 220g long-stemmed broccoli, boiled 100g goat’s cheese, cubed 30g toasted almond flakes 2 tbsp. balsamic vinegar glaze 3 tbsp. garlic oil 2 tsp. salt Method: Place the kale in a large bowl and massage half the amount of garlic oil for two minutes, or until the… Continue reading Bowls of goodness: kale, long-stemmed broccoli and goat’s cheese salad
One of the wonderful things about this dish is that it’s cost-effective, incredibly quick and easy to make and can also be made vegan if you choose to leave out the grated parmesan cheese at the end. I made this for the first time when I was a student in my final year (all those months ago) and was in desperate need of a nutritious and delicious recipe, without being time-consuming – and I’ve been making it and passing it onto friends ever since.
I love adding potatoes to soups, especially a sweet potato for this particular recipe as it adds a much sweeter flavour which complements the earthy richness of the parsnips. Top tip: always add just one, or two smaller potatoes, to solidify and add depth to any soup.
A slightly unconventional remaking of spanakopita, this Greek savoury pastry comprises leeks as an equally tasty and substantial alternative to onions. The basic premise of the filling still upholds traditional expectations, with feta cheese and spinach, and a hint of nutmeg.