Category: Gluten free

Serves 2 (Adjust the quantities if you’re serving more) You will need: 1/2 chopped butternut pumpkin (skin off) 3 tablespoons of chopped coriander 1/2 onion chopped 1/2 Leek chopped 4 cloves of Garlic chopped 1 can of organic brown lentils 500mls chicken broth 1.5 cups of water 1 stalk of celery chopped Thickened cream or Read More

This recipe is simple, delicious and belongs to my amazingly beautiful and talented sister. Mariam’s Chicken soup ingredients: 1 whole chicken 2 sprigs of cinnamon 3 bay leaves 3 pieces of star anise 1 bulb garlic (I know, it’s a lot – worth it) 1 large onion SALT & Pepper How to: Step 1: In Read More

Lets set the scene for you, it’s raining in Sydney (an unseasonally chilly springtime). As the rain patters away on the windowsill, each droplet draws us closer to our comfiest clothes and cancelling plans to stay inside and watch the heavens open up and hydrate the city. At this point silence and awe fill my Read More

Serves 2  Homemade pesto  Blend ½ basil bunch with 2 cloves garlic, a drizzle of olive oil, a handful of walnuts, 1 tablespoon of lemon juice, 1/3 teaspoon of sea salt + “Cheese” options: Can use freshly grated parmesan or for a Vegan/healthier option, I used 2 tablespoons of Pimp My Salad Cashew Parmesan OR Read More

Looking for a simple, gut health friendly, minimal ingredient, impressive dessert? Check this out. I loved making this as it is a playful Australian summertime variation of the traditional vanilla Italian Panna Cotta. I’m often faced with the filter of paleo, low carb, gluten free, dairy free in my cooking experiments & am always up Read More

HERE WE GO. Healthy desserts never looked so good. Allergy warning: If you are anaphylactic allergic to dairy, please note that the 95% chocolate used in this recipe may contain traces of milk according to the label (maybe cross contamination?). If this is the case, head on over to my other recipe sweet treats which Read More

I am ever so grateful for the spirit of multiculturalism in Australia. One reason is that we are a melting pot of diversity that has enabled us to be exposed to rich cultural traditions especially fruitful in the culinary space. Our rich and vibrant cultural diversity is our greatest strength as a nation. Food unifies Read More

In keeping with the theme of Winter – trying my absolute best to stay on track with this paleo diet and avoiding sugar, this delicious cake was born out of an epic winter dessert craving. I initially made this cake for a very small oven dish – a 2 person size. I will try to Read More

Let’s face it. It’s winter, It’s 2020 & despite the crescendoing chaos of 2020, if we have food on the table, a roof over our heads & options for nutrition the reality is that we are in the very small minority of the worlds population experiencing a pandemic with this luxury. We are all feeling Read More

This one is relatively simple. Winter friendly warming & delicious. Let’s dive straight into it 🙂 Ingredients 1/2 cauliflower head (I used a small one) 4- 6 cloves of Italian Garlic (because you measure garlic with your heart, not logic) 1/2 teaspoon of sea salt 2 heaped teaspoons of Fresh thyme leaves 1 tablespoon of Read More

1 2 3 4
0