All posts tagged ‘vegetarian

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Watermelon + Feta Salad

  You ┬áreally couldn’t get a more summery dish, even if you tried. We just survived one of the most intense heatwave on record in Victoria – this is exactly the kind of refreshing lunch that helps you get through. Some people screw their nose up at the thought of watermelon featured in a savoury […]

Roasted Cauliflower Salad with Spiced Yoghurt

Have you ever roasted cauliflower? It completely transforms it’s flavour into something deeply delicious. Even in it’s most simple form – olive oil, salt, pepper, maybe a grating of fresh parmesan. Roasted cauliflower is sensational. Here I have assembled a simple salad using some roasted cauliflower as the base. I ate it for (a light) […]

Brown Rice with Broad Beans, Peas + Buffalo Mozzarella

It was my father in-law’s birthday last weekend. We took a drive to his house in the country, in his backyard was the most wonderful veggie garden. Not one with neat straight rows, but one which was wild and overgrown with edible vegetation. The plants were ten times the size of the ones in my […]

Pea + Asparagus Galette

Galettes are basically a delicious free form pie. Really, you could wrap just about anything in pastry and it would be delicious. But what better than some lovely new season asparagus! Any vegies you have would work a treat – like a lot of my posts, this is more of a guide rather than a […]

Broad Bean Falafels + Tahini Yoghurt

I am a lover of Winter, much more so than most people. The oven is always on, warming up the house, and with it the delicious smells of something I am about to enjoy. There are a lot of cakes. Probably a few more than what is deemed normal, I am sure it is just […]

Sweet Potato Gyoza

This was the first time I had ever made dumplings. For me, dumplings have always been something that was strictly reserved for cafes and restaurants. Chinatown. In other words – the experts. Definitely not for making at home. Somehow, a little seed got planted in my brain about Sweet Potato Gyoza. Had I read about […]

Huevos Rancheros

I am not entirely sure that this can even be classified as Huevos Rancheros. I think that genuine Huevos Rancheros are eggs served wrapped in a corn tortilla with fresh salsa and guacamole. But don’t quote me on that – I am by no means an expert in Mexican cuisine.┬áThis dish is more like homestyle […]

Raw Brownie Bliss Balls

I often get asked “Oh you’ve got a blog – what kind of food do you cook?” And it always stumps me. For someone who is so passionate about food – both taste and nutrition – it is kinda ridiculous that I struggle to answer this question. I have been trying to figure out exactly […]