Chicken Biryani

“There are no measures.Neither in cooking nor in love.It’s all driven by instincts.” Would you believe,  Indian biryani is not actually Indian,It is believed that this royal delicacy originated from Persia and was brought to India by Mughals.Since then it has been amongst the most popular and considered a luxurious treat preferred on special occasions….

Good Friday Recipes with Atlantic Treasures

I’m delighted to be sharing three easy and delicious fish recipes in my collaboration with Atlantic Treaures.  I’ve been a massive fan of the top-quality fish this brand has to offer since I first tried their delicious mackerel range, and I’ve since fell in love with the other fish used in my recipes below. The O’Donnell…

Recipes From the West: A John West & Food Anatomist Collaboration

Whether you’re a busy student or working a hectic schedule, meal prepping is key to staying on track with a healthy diet. During all of my years of experimenting with fast, efficient, and tasty meals, tinned tuna has always been a part of my shopping list for its versatility and ability to be used in…

Fakeaway Fried Noodles

There’s no real need to repeat how much of a fan I am of putting a healthier and/or cheaper twist on a beloved takeaway – but there I go. Fried noodles are one of those things that we all associate with a treat when we get it in on our Chinese takeaway order on the…

Healthy Turkey Balls in a Rich Cream Sauce

Makes 8 meatballs and serves 3-4 people. Ingredients: For the meatballs: Turkey mince, 800 g Eggs, 2 Wholemeal bread, 4 slices Onion, red, 1 medium Fresh parsley, handful, chopped finely Salt & pepper For the sauce: Cream, 150 mL Butter, 3 heaped tbsp White wine 100 mL Veg stock, 300 mL Cornflour, 2 tbsp Mushrooms,…

Vegan Sausage Rolls

With Christmas right around the corner, a lot of us will be hosting some dinners and parties. What comes with the planning is thinking up a menu and, when we’re busy enough as it is, it’s nice to make that part of the planning as easy as possible. Thankfully, a lot of festive appetizers are…

Red Cheddar & Chive Bread Bites

I’ve become such a fan of baking doughs lately, that I think I’ll need somebody to hold me back from doing so, soon! The colder months inevitably attract me to comfort foods involving a lot of cheese and bread combinations like this one. The combination of red cheddar and chives gives this a very festive…

Seafood Paella

Hey all! So, when I was challenged by Don Carlos to come up with a traditional Spanish recipe using their gorgeous oil, of course I went for the traditional, delicious Seafood Paella. Olive oil is used widely in spain and is the foundation of many traditional sauces. As well as that, seafood and fresh herbs…

Mackerel Pâté Stuffed Sweet Potato

Did you know that eating a sweet potato gives you the majority of your daily vitamin A intake? It’s the vitamin we also know as retinol which helps keep skin and the lining of some parts of the body, healthy, and also helps the body’s immune system work properly; not to mention helps keep our vision healthy…

Cauliflower Teriyaki

Some of you may have seen during the week that I witnessed honey harvesting! My uncle had set up the equipment in our garden months ago, so seeing what nature had brought to life was pretty cool. Obviously, I was dying to try out the honey in a recipe, and this gorgeous Cauliflower Teriyaki was…