Kate O’Brien’s new book GLOW offers a four-week plan to revitalise your skin with gut-friendly foods that contain the necessary nutrients to keep your skin, gut and body vibrant, alive and glowing. This meat-free vegetarian Shepard’s Pie is just one of the 60-plus plant-based recipes in the book along with a targeted step-by-step skincare routine that separates skincare fact from fiction.
Browsing: MAIN COURSES
Kate O’Brien’s new book GLOW offers a four-week plan to revitalise your skin with gut-friendly foods that contain the necessary nutrients to keep your skin, gut and body vibrant, alive and glowing. This easy Asian-Style Salmon bowl is just one of the 60-plus plant-based recipes in the book along with a targeted step-by-step skincare routine that separates skincare fact from fiction.
A quick dinner to make for a group of people and it’s vegetarian too! We learnt the benefits of adding…
Use that carton of lamb’s lettuce that you buy in the supermarket and forget about by turning it into pesto! Adapt this recipe easily using baby spinach or rocket leaves instead of the lettuce and basil instead of the mint. We’ve used walnuts because we had them but you can try cashew nuts, pine nuts or almonds!
Ras el hanout is a North African spice blend: it varies depending on who makes it (everyone has their favourite recipe) and where you find it. It can have anything from cumin, clove, cardamon, nutmeg and black pepper to paprika and even dried rose petals in it – what is consistent is that the spices are toasted then ground, usually by hand. You can buy it in specialist food shops and online. + A recipe for Ras El Hanout and How to cook Salmon En Papillote!
You won’t miss meat when you eat these tomato and bean salsa wraps. Feel free to use mixed beans, or butter beans or kidney beans. Heat the finished salsa with a tablespoon of olive oil in a saucepan to make a warm salsa wrap.
An infinitely versatile salad recipe which can be served as an appetiser, as lunch or as a main course. Use ripe melon instead of figs if they are out of season and toasted almonds instead of walnuts. Instead of rocket use frisée or lamb’s lettuc. Choose any cured meat from San Danielle ham to Parma ham to bresaola. Omit the meat and use a gluten-free mustard to make a vegan-version
‘In Japan, there are ramen shops in every town’, says Nancy Singleton Hachisu in her introduction to this ramen recipe from ‘Japan’, the new book from Phaidon. ‘Here is a home-style ramen recipe for those who want to try making their own at home.’ Her book contains over 400 simple elegant authentic recipes including soups, noodles, rices, pickles, one-pots, sweets, and vegetables. Below she explains how to make your own ramen noodles at home using a good quality plain flour that you can buy at your local supermarket – the technique is similar to making pasta.