Tag: gluten-free

Beetroot, pesto and halloumi wraps

These wraps have been a long time in the making and quite an evolutionary process. Many of my favourite recipes seem to tumble out first time lucky, but these guys required a little more devotion to get just right; luckily for our hungry and sometimes disorganised household there has been an abundance […]

Quick buckwheat crepes

My mother recently stayed at the visionary Vivamayr clinic and returned with an unbelievably simple and quick buckwheat crepe recipe. As soon as I saw it I knew I had to try it and have spent the afternoon knee deep in gluten-free pancakes of all shapes and sizes as I perfect the milk […]

Golden beet, brown rice and arame salad

Last week in our organic veg box we got some amazing golden beetroots and my first thought was to roast them with some dijon. I have never had this before, and have no idea where it popped up from, but something about the sweet warmth of the beets and the hot, […]

Saffron and honey roast pears

I hope you will forgive my silence over the last few weeks. Writing my book has been such a huge process, one I am infinitely grateful for and throwing myself into in every way imaginable, but it leaves little time for other activities. I have spent most of the days […]

Tigernut cacao energy balls

Yesterday around about tea time, ploughing away on the computer, I had a major snack attack; since it was thundering outside I turned to my kitchen cupboards for some instant energy and inspiration. These are what happened and they didn’t hang around long. The main component is tigernut flour: a […]

Raw zucchini pasta + red pepper pesto

As summer hovers near and the optimistic spring sun creeps out from behind the clouds, lighter dinners and fresh local veg become increasingly called for on bright garden evenings. And when time (and funds) might be in short suppluly, nothing hits the spot more perfectly than this modern riff on […]

Grilled cauliflower steaks with salsa verde

This quick little recipe is so big on flavour and so small on ingredients and method that it is sure to become one of your favourite ways to engage with that most humble yet nutritious veg patch hero, the cauliflower. A member of the brassica family, whose veggies contain the highest amounts of vitamins A and […]

Apricot + lemongrass mousse

This little dairy-free mousse is a pretty radical combination of macadamia, apricot and lemongrass. It is simple, nourishing and delicious: on toast, on fruit, straight off the spoon, it makes a refreshing change from good old nut butter, and its exotic flavours transport you immediately so some far flung land […]

Chickpea and almond butter blondies

Protein packed and without a grain in sight, these chickpea blondies are, I think, my best baked concoction yet. It is so difficult to find easy, tasty vegan and gluten free baking recipes, and ones that manifest straight out of your most humble larder ingredients are truly friends forever. Chickpeas are […]