Georgian Khachapuri and Walnut Salad

After trying Georgian cuisine when I visited recently, I swore to myself that I would try to recreate the experience from home if I could because I enjoyed it so much! Khachapuri (the bread filled with cheese that looks like a boat) was the first on my list and I finally got around to making…

My Favourite Fresh Tacos

One of my favourite cuisines is definitely Mexican. I love how, even though the recipes are always delicious, they can be made pretty healthy too. I find that indulging in a meal of tacos leads to a lot less regret than indulging in a tray of nachos, as there’s a much less quantity of carbs…

Turkey and Veg Casserole

I don’t think there’s much more appealing, when it comes to cooking, than easy, tasty and healthy dishes. My original blog – Endorphin Stew – was influenced hugely by the fact that I love making stews and casseroles. When it comes to meal prep – extending beyond the standard chicken, veg and rice makes the…

Vegan Mac & Cheese

Insta polls are the way to go. Since I’ve become less active online (and feeling guilty) due to life getting in the way a bit more, it’s always so reassuring to get the engagement and direction from you guys as to what you’re more interested in seeing me cook on my instagram. Obviously, whatever task…

Cod and Prawn Tomato Cashew Pasta

Those of you who follow my blog probably know by now that I am a huge fan of cooking with cashews. This is my latest recipe to feature them and, as always, I like to keep it easy, quick and delicious. This can easily be made into a meat dish by substituting the fish for…

Easy Homemade Yoghurt Bread

Hey guys, I hope you are keeping well! Another day, another recipe to keep the time moving on smoothly and sanely. Baking bread is definitely one of those things to do just that. There has always been something very therapeutic about baking for me, as long as I stay within the uncomplicated threshold; because if…

Creamy Mushroom Soup

There’s no crowd-pleaser like a warming bowl of soup. The extent of the different styles and flavours of soups are endless and I think most of us have put our own unique twist on a soup recipe at some point before. I absolutely love the combination of garlic, mushrooms and butter which makes this a…

Chicken/Tofu Teriyaki Courgetti

Fan of the classic Chicken Teriyaki dish? Here it is and without so much of the Saturday-Night-Takeaway or Unhealthy-Convenience-Food guilt. Using spiralled courgette instead of rice, makes this lower in carbs and baked tofu can be used beautifully in place of chicken! This is a gorgeous lean, tasty and impressive dish to make! Note: this one requires a courgetti…

The Veggie Vista

It’s the summer, which on paper means it’s time for picnics. Unfortunately we’re not getting the clearest skies this July, but there have been a few lucky days so far to dip out and relax under the sun. This is a recipe that really showcases the good foods you can bring along with you to…

Made in Minutes, Meatballs

Meatballs are a childhood favourite of mine and they always remind me of home. I grew up loving homemade beef meatballs, but then branched into other kinds such as turkey meatballs and various vegetarian versions, but I’m always dragged back to enjoying these ones. This was a very impromptu recipe, but it came out amazing;…