Posted 30 June 2020
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Garlic chips are life changing. They are so tasty and don’t take a lot of time, but they do take some attention to detail.Crunchiness is key, so timing is essential. Overcooking will...
Posted 09 June 2020Back by request is our most popular video yet. We have loved hearing how much you enjoyed making our Roasted Cauliflower Ottolenghi Rice Bowl and we were so excited when...
Posted 02 June 2020We love Hiyashi Chuka (Cold Ramen Noodles). This is such an easy recipe that you will fall in love with as well. We are passionate about sharing dishes that have lots...
Posted 15 May 2020This delicious buckwheat crepe was inspired by our love of France. We had the most magical trip to Paris when Kyla was just 9 months old. As you can imagine,...
Posted 08 May 2020Mee Goreng is a super popular Malaysian street food also found in Indonesia and Singapore. This fried noodle dish is tangy, sweet, savoury and those noodles are chewy and delicious....
Posted 24 April 2020
1 CommentsAt our catering company and café, this salad was our first big hit! It was a best seller for years and years. You are going to love this one.This salmon...
Roasted Cauliflower Ottolenghi Rice Bowl | One of our favourite dishes of all time | Flexitarian Series
Posted 14 April 2020
Introducing our Roasted Cauliflower Ottolenghi Rice Bowl.
This is one of our family's favourite meals. The girls get so excited when they see us cooking the onions and can't wait to sneak some before dinner.
This is one of our longer recipes but we always make a double batch and the leftovers never last. We just store the onions, herbs & raisins separately and then re-crisp the onions in the toaster oven before we eat. Leftovers make a super easy weeknight meal or a fantastic lunch box meal.
Inspired by a recipe from the cookbook Jerusalem from authors Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamini, we adapted this to include a variety of vegetables making it the perfect meal for the whole family.
Flexitarian Series - Our family is trying to eat less meat for our health and the environment. We follow the Michael Pollan credo “Eat food, not too much, mostly plants.” If someone in your home is craving some animal protein it’s easy enough to add on their plate. Grilled chicken or a baked sockeye salmon filet flaked up goes well with this dish.