We upgraded this comfort food classic to a version that’s not only vegetarian but also super healthy as well! We chose cauli mash because it reduces the glymaemic load of the meal as a whole, contributing to improved blood glucose control. If you want even more veggies, serve this up with a side of stir-fried green beans or roast butternut.
If you are entertaining this weekend and need to serve up a dish that will make an impression with minimal effort, give our squid linguine a try. And be prepared for everyone to go mad over our Parmesan pasta sauce!
Are you looking for a wholesome meal that’s high in protein and low in carbs? Look no further than our satay chicken bowl with cauli-rice. We also added some peanut butter for a kick of protein and healthy fats.
Forget smothering it with cheese sauce. It’s time to get creative with this cruciferous veg. Cauliflower is packed with fibre, folate and vitamin C, so we are looking for new and fun ways to enjoy it. And we definitely enjoyed these crunchy cauliflower fritters.
If you are ever worried you aren’t getting enough greens, rest assured that our pea and cauliflower frittata will get you back on track. It’s packed with wholesome protein and it’s budget-friendly too!
It seems that the health world has found yet another way to surprise us by making sneaking veggies into food a trend. Remember the days when adding spinach to a smoothie was the in-thing? This year it’s all about creamy cauliflower smoothies!
Vegetarians and meat-lovers alike will be clamouring for seconds when you place a bowl of this breyani in front of them. It’s fragrantly spicy and garnished with almonds, chilli and coriander.
This traditional Middle Eastern dish has a lovely fresh, zesty and herby summer flavour. Our recipe adds brinjals, cauliflower and lean ostrich meat to the mix, turning it into a wholesome weeknight dinner.