The beauty of these ribs is that you season and roast them in the oven the day before, or very early that same day. Later, slather with BBQ sauce and grill until they are charred at the edges, producing fall off the bone rib goodness. You can claim you smoked them for hours, no one will be the wiser, that’s how fabulous these are.
Planked salmon is simple to prepare, the plank acting as a buffer between the delicate fish and intense heat of the grill while infusing the meat with flavour as it smoulders.
I follow quite a few gluten free blogs and Instagram accounts, lately I’ve noticed a buzz about Otto’s Cassava Flour for Pizza. Raving reviews, basically calling it the Holy Grail of pizza crusts. I had to be sure, had to give it a try.
One pan to wash up, no exotic ingredients, and a technique that is foolproof. Now, the tricky part is that you need a cast iron pan...
I used a light dusting of cornstarch along with a few dry spices to create this Crispy Shrimp. Perched upon a warm Asian Coleslaw and dinner was ready in less than 20 minutes. Now that is a winner of a recipe in my book honey.
One of the easiest ways to get dinner done in a hurry is to cook it all in one pot – or spread it out on a rimmed baking sheet to roast in the oven.
Once you see how easy it is to make pesto, it’ll be tempting to make a jar or two anytime you have surplus greens on hand.
Cream as a poaching liquid for salmon is simple but indulgent – it makes a luxurious sauce, but you still get the benefit of omega 3-rich salmon and a healthy dose of leafy greens.
Soup is the perfect vehicle for wilting leaves (which are less suitable for salads).
Sloppy Joes are a weeknight dinner favourite - this version gets a fibre boost with red lentils!