This chicken and avocado salad is a jack of all trades, so to speak. It’s rich in multiple nutrients – such as Vitamin C, E, K, folate and B6 – plus loads of lean protein, healthy fats and fibre. Being both nourishing and easy to make, it’s become my go-to, fuss-free recipe for a quick lunch or dinner.
Forget about the meatloaf, today I’m going to share with you a different kind of protein baked goodness. Let me introduce my super delicious baked salmon loaf. It’s made with canned salmon – so it’s super budget friendly – and will make even the most anti-tinned-fish-eaters think twice. Served with a refreshing, saucy dill and cucumber salad, this is a
Stew is truly a classic recipe. Think back to childhood and remember the days when dinner would simmer all day before you finally got to tuck in at dinnertime. Chances are, you will recall the richness in the flavour, the tenderness of the meat and that warm, fuzzy feeling it invokes.
This lovely paleo friendly tea cake is inspired by a humble banana bread. It’s full of subtle flavours of ginger, orange and winter spices, and to me it’s something my European grandma would have served on a cold and rainy afternoon .
This beautiful, rich green soup is packed with all the good stuff! The recipe is from my friend Claire Yates’s book Optimal Health The Paleo Way and it’s perfect number to add to your rejuvenating recipes box. It’s a lovely cleansing meal – perfect for those days when you feel like having something light and