Back due to popular demand and in conjunction with Kitchenware Direct I am giving away a brand new Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker (valued at $119) in your choice of 7 colours PLUS to top that off the winner will also receive a Brookfarm Delights Hamper (valued at $70) thanks to […]
Archive for November, 2012
Today Australians are going to be urged to hang up the BBQ tongs, put down their sausages and steaks and have a Meat Free Mondays. Read more to find inspiring resources, meat-free recipes and take the pledge today. Handy not just for us Australians.
[Donna Hay’s Fresh and Light] A trendy twist on tradition, these Quinoa Sushi Rolls make for a great snack or even packed lunch option. Fill with your favourite sushi fillings – some vegan and allergy-friendly suggestions included. PLUS discover 5 other cool quinoa recipes!
This Spiced Beetroot and Chocolate Cake is light moist and amazingly chocolatey… Not something you’d expect from a vegan and gluten-free concoction. Since it is nut-free as well, it makes for a perfect cake to take to large gatherings or school fetes!
Larb Gai, a Thai minced chicken salad is one of my favourite sweet, salty and sour style dishes. Pork, or firm tofu for a vegetarian version, can also be used – just add soy sauce (or tamari as a gluten-free option) instead of fish sauce in the recipe.
Turning a classic that is Baked Eggs into a more substantial meal using your favourite noodles makes for a great, and quick breakfast or dinner option. Use rice noodles for a gluten-free version and omit goat’s cheese for dairy-free breaky.
These Torched Salmon Tacos are a perfect combination of East meets South of the border flavours, complete with an authentic homemade Mexican soft corn tortilla. For a Vegan version, you could use deep fried tofu or cooked broadbeans (fava beans), sans torching. Gluten and Dairy free.