We don’t usually strive for fancy dinners midweek (or ever, if we’re being honest) but by throwing some pearl couscous into this warm vegetable salad, it did feel a little special and a much welcome departure from the norm of spaghetti bolognese and nachos. This quick and healthy salad is the perfect base for all […]

We aim to always have a stash of hard boiled eggs in the fridge. They make a nutritious snack on their own or can be thrown into other dishes, like this midweek-friendly kedgeree. Look, we’re not claiming it’s traditional (Jamie Oliver learned the hard way) but the basics are there – rice, smoked fish, spices, […]

We love a good fish stew. They’re quick, healthy, usually a one-pot affair, and are perfect for dinner parties because they satisfy pescatarians. This recipe is inspired by the Brazilian dish, moqueca, which sounds and tastes exotic but is super easy and uses everyday ingredients. You can stick to white fish (snapper or ling work […]

Black beans are a pantry staple for us. Versatile, rich in resistant starch, good for your gut and an excellent source of zinc, what’s not to like? We love them cooked with cumin, smoked paprika and crushed tomatoes for a healthy fast food meal with tacos or simply added to a mexican style prawn stew […]

Who doesn’t love a burger? We take a departure from the meaty version here and use salmon instead as it’s an excellent source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids. We chopped the ingredients by hand because we were after a chunky texture but you could whiz them up in a food processor. No lemongrass paste? […]

Seafood, tomato and cannellini bean stew in a bowl served with bread and salad

This is the ultimate dinner party dish. Not only is it a crowd pleaser that has people requesting the recipe, but the sauce can be made earlier in the day. The original recipe from a friend used squid but we like a mixture of white fish and prawns. The cannellini beans make it a filling […]

Need a quick and healthy dinner but only have five minutes to pull something together? Use up some standard pantry items and leftover vegetables in the fridge to make this no-fuss salad that’s full of fibre and protein. If you don’t have chickpeas on hand, cannellini or other beans work well. Serve on its own […]