I love “bowls”. In other words: dishes with a little bit of everything that when eaten together creates a tasty harmony. It is often served with rice or another grain. This time: quinoa.
A good Indian biryani is hard to beat. And hard to make. Here’s the cheater’s version.
An easy variation on a favourite takeaway meal, creating a sweet and sour stifry that is both delicious and healthy.
This delicious adaptation of an Indian curry is the perfect comfort food.
A filling one-pot meal with rice, raisins and apricots.
Who says that tacos are only a quick snack? With this recipe you transform this popular street food into a hearty and filling meal.
Teriyaki sauce and roasted vegetables are a match made in heaven.
A delicious stew with some of my favourite ingredients: peanut butter combined with butternut squash and a bunch of flavourful spices.
I like curries because they’re so flexible — spicy, sweet, filled with vegetables, lentils, or a meat replacement. This Thai red curry uses a simple recipe that you can put on the table in no time.
With home made satay sauce, crispy steamed broccoli and tasty potatoes we are left with a protein rich comfort food that somehow manages to be super healthy!