All posts tagged: good food

[Recipe] Apple & Oat Muffins

Ingredients: 1 cup (150g) Self-raising flour 1 cup (150g) Plain flour 1 1/2 tsp Baking powder 3/4 cup tightly packed Brown sugar 1/2 cup Rolled oats, plus 1 tablespoon extra 1 1/2 cups (375ml) Vanilla yoghurt, at room temperature 2 Eggs, lightly beaten 100ml Olive oil 1 red or green skinned Apple, chopped into small

[Recipe] Ham, cheese & homemade pickle

This deliciously healthy lunch recipe is quick to prepare and will spice up every lunch time. Ingredients: ½ Red onion 4 Radishes 2 tbsp Red wine vinegar pinch of Caster sugar 1 tbsp Mayonnaise 1 tbsp Dijon mustard 4 thick slices White bread ½ x 130g pack Smoked ham Handful fresh parsley 2 large slices

[Recipe] Sesame Stir-fry Wrap

This delicious recipe is easy to make and quick to prepare. It is best to wrap your wraps individually with either foil or cling wrap, this will reduce the chance of them falling apart before lunch time. Ingredients: 2 tbsp Tahini Juice ½ lemon 1 large wholemeal Tortilla wrap ½ x 265g pack Stir-fry vegetables

[Recipe] Mushroom, Leek & Bacon stuffed Chicken

This deliciously moist chicken is east to prepare and needs about 1 hour 35 minutes to cook. A great recipe for those with busy schedules over the Christmas season. This recipe yields 4 servings, depending on your side dishes. Ingredients: 1.5kg Whole fresh chicken 1 tbsp Olive oil 1 tbsp Fresh thyme leaves For the

[Recipe] Spiced Carrot & Lentil Soup

This delicious recipes is easy to make, takes less than 30 minutes and yields 4 servings. If you prefer a longer cook you can also use a slow cooker, see notes at bottom of recipe. Ingredients: 2 tsp Cumin seeds pinch Chilli flakes 2 tbsp Olive oil 600g Carrots, coarsely grated 140g split Red lentils

[Recipe] Low Cholesterol Fried Rice

Most Asian recipes are low in cholesterol. Most types of soya sauce, fish sauce, sweet & sour sauce and sweet chilli sauce has little to no fat, saturated fat and cholesterol. Make sure to always check the labels before buying ingredients and reduce the use of fatty meats like beef, lamb, pork and duck. Rather