Tag: gluten-free

Ben’s Asian chicken salad

Ben has been in bed with Gwyneth Paltrow for the past week. I’m pretending not to care but as he laughs with delight at the recipes in her new book It’s All Good, I can’t help but want to join in. For his inaugural Naturalista creation he chose his take […]

Spiced winter goji and coconut buckwheat porridge

As the wintry cold threatens to return and grey mornings creep back in, there is nothing like a warm breakfast bowl to make early starts (and street food has a lot of them) that little bit more bearable. From the first chilly winds of October through to the appearance of […]

Immune-boosting turmeric nutmeg nog

A favourite of Ayurveda, turmeric is something of a wonder spice. Its brilliant pigment curcumin is a potent natural anti-inflammatory, and has also been shown to very effectively treat a variety of pain-related and rheumatoid illnesses as well as irritable gut symptoms. It is also a highly efficient anti-oxidant, able […]

Raw chocolate, sea salt and pistachio fudge chunks

When you need a rich, chocolatey fix and nutty seedy cacao balls just don’t cut it, these fudgy dairy-free choc chunks are about as rich and luxurious as raw chocolate can get. They are the result of a few good raw cocoa walnut fudge recipes rolled into one, with my […]

Gluten-free salmon, sesame and quinoa burgers

I first made these while doing a no gluten, no dairy cleanse and they have become firm supper-time favourites. The rich salmon, crunchy quinoa and sesame and fresh Asian flavours all come together to make a really fulfilling and nourishing meal, high in protein and healthy oils. And despite the […]

Gluten-free banana bread bites

A good banana bread is one of life’s greatest treats and until now I haven’t found a satisfactory gluten and dairy free recipe for those of us that way inclined. But while wandering through Wholefoods deciding on my lunch a couple of weeks ago I saw a yummy looking free-from […]

Chia, coconut & cinnamon porridge

Porridge and I go way back. It was the first thing I ever learned to make and when I was a child I used to bound out of bed on the weekend and quietly whip some up in the kitchen just as my granny taught me: with rolled oats, a pinch […]