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Chicken Gyros

Chicken Gyros is a Greek dish made by layering marinaded chicken over a skewer and then grilling or roasting it. You then slice down lengthways so you have little pieces of delicious¬† chicken to fill a pitta bread along with a famous Greek sauce made from yogurt called tzatziki. It really is very simple to […]

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Whole Roast Thai Chicken

Most of us are familiar with the traditional roast chicken in some form or other. This is a simple twist on this. It makes a great family meal or is even better portioned before cooking then cooking on the BBQ. The longer you can leave it marinade the better so try to give it 2 […]

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Spicy Turkey & Vegetable stew

Turkey mince is something that’s easy to find in supermarkets and it’s pretty cheap to buy. It’s also a really lean meat so it’s great for anyone who, like me, tries to eat healthily most of the time. This dish is jam packed with vegetables and proteins from the chickpeas and beans. I have this […]

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Winter Vegetable Soup

This is a really child friendly recipe – my three kids always love when I make it. It’s cheap, quick and easy – the only equipment you need is a stick blender or jug blender to make it nice and smooth. I make a few different combinations of vegetable soup but this is one I […]

ChickPea and Burger Recipe

Chickpea & Veggie Burgers

So, many of you have asked me to share this recipe with you. First off, I’d like to clarify that I’m not a chef by any stretch of the imagination, but I do love cooking and experimenting in the kitchen. I love trying new things and creating healthy meals (and not so healthy ones!) for […]

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Japanese Style Tempeh with Noodles and Cheats Kimchi

This dish is not only a feast for the eyes, it’s delicious, combining the deeply savoury tempeh and zing of pickled red cabbage. It’s also clean, really healthy and vegan. Tempeh is a fermented soya product that uses the whole soybean, unlike tofu. As it uses the whole bean it has a higher protein and […]

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