What better way to use up leftover veggies than in a simply delicious risotto, perfect for mid-week meals? The shiitake mushrooms are completely optional if you're fine with them in your FODMAP diet; they add a miso-tasting kick and meaty texture to an otherwise mild (heat-wise) and soft risotto.
Very rarely are there Ottolenghi recipes that are as effortless as they are flavourful. This delightfully easy coconut-infused soup is just that. I took out some of the ingredients from the original recipe - namely, the garlic and onions. So it's really just three main ingredients, plus a few spices. Gather 1 tbsp garlic infused… Continue reading Ottolenghi-inspired coconut curried soup
Fiery fast food made in the comfort of your own home! Inspired by LEON's buffalo wing recipe, this one caters to gluten-free, garlic-free folk.
Don't let your kilo of carrots go to waste. Instead, spruce up these often forgotten heroes of the root vegetable world with fresh coriander and a generous sprinkling of mixed spice. Because nothing quite beats the texture and simple flavour of a carrot and coriander soup. Even better that it's fodmap friendly.
Nothing says winter more than soup. Inspired by the lovely @lunchingfromhome Instagram account, I paired butternut squash with leeks to create this simple yet seasonal delight. Easy to whip up and all you need are two ingredients and a few spices to accentuate the comforting roasted flavour of the butternut squash.