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!
Sloppy Joes served in cheesy burrito bowls are perfect for a busy weeknight - and were an instant hit at our house.
There are few meals that deliver such high rewards for minimal effort than a roast chicken. Best of all, every bird comes with a free batch of homemade stock, perfect for chicken soup.