Serves 4. Gluten-free Vegetarian Cauliflower lends itself to so many things, from cauliflower rice to a beautiful roasted cauliflower dip with curry flavours. My mum use to put it into pakora because it doesn’t really a huge flavour on its own but adding spice it acts like a sponge and sucks up all that spice.Continue reading “Smoky Roasted Cauliflower Fritters”
Gluten-free Dairy-free Vegan. Serves 4 I didn’t have a great season for growing pumpkins this year so I’m going to make the most of hem. Pumpkin and really any of the those hearty winter vege are so versatile.Sweet,savoury,chot or cold,ask anything of it and it delivers in spades. Ingredients 7-8Tbsp oil 300grms onions-finely sliced 5Continue reading “Pumpkin & Cauliflower Curry”
serves 4 as side or 2 as light lunch I love this time of year, the weather is changing, the garden is giving us different things but as the leaves change colour I’m not quite ready to start eating heavier meals. Our queen peach tree is always the last summer tree to give us itsContinue reading “Roast peach, crispy bacon & Haloumi salad with raspberry dressing GF DF”
As kids when the garden was giving us more courgettes than we liked, mum would come up with interesting ways to get us to enjoy them. This is my take on a much loved dish. Curried kumara & quinoa stuffed courgette Ingredients 1 kumara-peeled and diced 1 onion-finely diced 3 cloves garlic-crushed 1C quinoa-cooked 2TbspContinue reading “Curried kumara & quinoa stuffed courgette GF Vegan serves 2”
Gluten-free Vegan Dairy-free Serves 1 This recipe isn’t so much a recipe as a collection of my favourite things to mix together and eat all tied together with a zesty, flavourful dressing. A bowl full of textures, flavours and its healthy to boot. Gabi Lind Ingredients When I make this ,I take 1 thing fromContinue reading “Green Goddess Buddha Bowl”
At this time of year the garden is going crazy with courgette and after you have eaten your fill and your friends have stopped calling around because you keep trying to give them your bounty, you are really trying to find ways to use up this delicious vegetable. This is similar to carrot cake soContinue reading “Courgette and Almond Cake DF”
This is a quick and easy recipe that can be whipped up in moments. It doesn’t need any fancy equipment, just a blender or food processor. Mix and match the fruit to your liking, the world is your oyster when it comes to this recipe just get in there and try it out gabi lindContinue reading “Real fruit ice cream DF GF Vegan”
serves 6 Beetroot leaves were originally the only part of the plant eaten but then we discovered how delicious the rest of the plant was. Packed with essential nutrients, they are a great source of fibre, potassium, iron and vitamin C. Helps lower blood pressure and improves blood flow. Go beetroot gabi lind Ingredients 3Continue reading “Summer Beet Salad VE DF GF”
Serves 4-6 people broccoli and walnut pesto Broccoli and walnut is such a classic winter style combination but by adding lemon and mint, it becomes lighter and fresher. gabi Lind Ingredients 4c broccoli-roughly chopped 250grm pasta-your choice, I like penne or orecchiette 1 garlic clove- crushed 2c mint leaves seasoning 1/2c olive oil 1 lemon-juice/zestContinue reading “Broccoli-Walnut pesto Pasta”
Silver beet also known as Swiss chard can be found many kiwi vege garden in abundance . So this recipe is a great way to use it in bulk. Silver beet is an awesome source of many beneficial nutrients such as vitamin A, Folate ,vitamin K and contains a significant amount potassium . Gabi LindContinue reading “Silver beet and kumara curry (vegan/gf) serves 4 as banquet”
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