A quick, simple and perfectly spring inspired meal. Baked salmon on a bed of mixed greens. Creamy avocado, boiled potatoes, crisp radishes and juicy tangerines. All topped with a parsley caper based dressing that is delicious on just about anything.
Roasted sweet potatoes stuffed with sautéed onions, peppers and tofu cooked in a saucy spice mix. Top it all off with a dairy free cashew sour cream! Sweet, spicy, savoury, creamy, tangy… this hits all the notes, sure to leave you satiated.
Phew, that’s a mouthful! Savoury and satisfying, this veggie packed sauce with grass-fed/grass-finished beef is served on top of roasted spaghetti squash. Nature’s noodles, simply roasted in the oven, a flavourful sauce simmered on the stove, all piled high and topped off with a bright and tangy, vibrantly green parsley caper sauce.
This crisp is exactly what I crave in the middle of winter. Naturally sweetened with maple syrup, gluten free, dairy free, and packed full of berries bursting with juicy deliciousness. A crunchy topping of toasty nuts and rolled oats sits on top of last summer’s berries that were stashed away in the freezer for moments like this.
These oven baked salmon cakes are easy to make, nutrient dense and packed full of flavour. Dairy and gluten free, with fresh herbs, rich squash and omega packed salmon all topped off with a maple sweetened teriyaki sauce.
Kabocha squash slices are coated and roasted with a miso based sauce, then topped off with a hit of fresh lime juice, cilantro and sesame seeds. So easy! So tasty! So deliciously addictive!
Dairy free, gluten-free, guilt free and deliciously creamy with a variety of toppings, this butternut mac and ‘cheese’ is the perfect fall comfort food! Spicy mushroom and walnut ‘chorizo’, tangy and funky kimchi kraut, toasty and roasty cauliflower… choose one, pick all three, try your own or eat it plain… whatever you decide this mac and ‘cheese’ is absolutely delish!
Creamy and aromatic this coconut green bean curry is rich yet summery. Here I use the most delicious sungold cherry tomatoes (but you can use any tomatoes you like, even canned ones work well) as a base for the curry and cooked them down to concentrate their flavour. They give the curry a beautiful bright colour and lend a nice sweetness to the dish.
Sweet, sour, spicy, salty… these ribs are unctuous and flavourful! Slow cooked slathered in spices, brushed with honey, vinegar and garam masala then back into the oven to become all crispy and caramelized.
Perfect for a summer picnic or a backyard BBQ, this potato salad is far from the common mayonnaise based salad of my childhood. Toasted spices, lemony red onion, waxy fingerling potatoes and peas that burst in your mouth! So delicious we’ve eaten it with dinner three weeks in a row!