The first streams of sunshine bursting through what has felt like forever grey skies, has brought colour to our produce and our plates. I love seeing spring time colours adorn our dishes, piled high in vibrant greens, reds and yellows. The majestic red of beetroot has to be my favourite, but we often forget about the lush green leaves and deep red stalks that burst from beets.
The quest to cooking the perfect rice, is a journey both immensely satisfying (when successful!) and painfully arduous (when not!). Rice is one of my absolute favourite foods ever, and I cook it pretty much all the time. Yet I have too often felt like a pendulum swinging between success and failure. I'm saving you from this balancing act, as I reckon this recipe will give you the right steer to reaching the nirvana of a well cooked bowl of rice!
Easter Eggs come in all shapes and sizes, and for those of you who are craving a little spice after your something nice this weekend this Sri Lankan Egg Curry will do the trick!
Sri Lankan patties are one of the most traditional short eats, and my favourite snack ever! These little gems hold all the sunny flavours of fish, spices and potato wrapped in beautifully crisp and golden cases. The process of folding each little pocket can be done with nothing more than love for the people you are making it for.
Today I bring you another wonderful vegetable to try out, one which is providing me with all the goodness to kick start my self care Sunday :) I am so keen to show you all that you don't need to fall prey to fad diets of chia seeds and juice cleanses to keep your body happy. You can enjoy a healthy life with your belly full!!!
Meat free? Say no more, this dhal curry has got you covered!
Nowadays more and more people have decided to eat less meat. Friends of mine who are recent converts are desperately trying to find ways of making their mealtimes less daunting and more exciting. And who can blame them, when the only ways people seem to do it is to steam some kale and smash an avocado... yawn!