These rösti can be made the day before and then reheated in the oven on the day of your party. Feel free to leave the ham out for a vegetarian version.
These are a great snack at a kids’ party, especially if you also have adults attending. They are tastier than just plain meatballs, but not so unusual in flavour that kids won’t enjoy them.
If you’re having a kids’ party, these can be made a few days in advance and then heated up on the day of the party.
This salad is packed full of protein and also rich in magnesium, B vitamins, potassium and calcium. Make sure you use day-old cooked quinoa for this recipe.
There are some terrific superfoods available, such as açaí, lucuma and spirulina. But don’t forget some of our standard vegetables are equally amazing superfoods. Cabbage is rich in vitamin K, vitamin C and powerful antioxidants. Kale is a great source of vitamin A, vitamin K, potassium and copper.
This salad packs a serious nutritional punch by combining two superfoods, beetroot and carrot. Sweeten the deal with the accompanying Medjool date dressing.
This Ethiopian Lentil Stew packs a spicy punch, turning lentils into a meal that ticks all the flavour boxes
These two recipes are considered the building blocks of Ethiopian cooking
Broccoli rabe is a descendent of a wild herb and is related to the turnip. It has flowering heads that are similar in shape to classic broccoli and is very popular in southern Italy, where it is sauteed or steamed and used like spinach. Bring the versatile, delicate flavour into your cooking with these three […]
Fun to make and delicious to eat – these berry and apple jellies sure are a treat
No refined sugars and loads of fruit make this vegan tropical iceblock recipe a real winner
This simple cherry and almond sorbet recipe doesn’t require an ice-cream machine, and it’s vegan-friendly too. What are you waiting for?
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