Malaysian laksa with baked tofu

OK so I am kind of shocked that it has taken me so long to post an Asian inspired recipe. Especially considering that I am half Malaysian and I make a lot of Asian food. Like a lot a lot. But you know what they say – better late than never!

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Vegetable and Lentil Loaf

This recipe is fast becoming one of my absolute favourites. So simple to make and seriously tasty. I made this on Sunday and we have been enjoying this all week for lunch. Super handy as I didn’t have to worry about preparing lunches. I would recommend serving with a crisp green salad. Lentils are packed with protein so it makes a pretty substantial lunchtime meal. Continue reading “Vegetable and Lentil Loaf”

Roasted Vegetables, Mexican Beans and Millet.

This is a recipe that I developed for the Healthy Supplies Newsletter! I wrote a guest segment for this month and the topic was Millet! I really don’t think people make a big enough deal about Millet. It is an amazing little seed and is alkalising, gluten-free and super tasty! Continue reading “Roasted Vegetables, Mexican Beans and Millet.”

Aubergine Parmigiana

This is quite possibly one of my favourite recipes. Like my Butternut Squash and Kale Risotto, this recipe really showed me that I just don’t need to eat meat. It is SO easy to make and it tastes delicious. It really is just a matter of assembling, as opposed to laborious cooking.

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Spring is truly here! This means lighter evenings, warmer weather and an abundance of fresh vegetables! This millet super-food bowl is a great way to enjoy all the amazing vegetables available right now. It is really¬†healthy and packed with nutrients. Continue reading “MILLET SUPERFOOD BOWL”


Butternut Squash and Kale Risotto

I am a new(ish) vegetarian. I celebrated one year meat free this Easter. This is one of my favourite veggie dishes. I pretty much lived on this for most of last winter! I think it is one of the most comforting, warming dishes. The trick is to roast the butternut squash with some garlic and sage, it really provides an amazing depth of flavour. The porcini powder adds an incredible savoury umami flavour!