I haven’t quite given up on spring as yet but I sure am still making the cold weather type food that warms the soul! Soups, casseroles, stews, hot pots, pies and other cold-comfort dishes have all seen a return to my recipe repertoire this last week or two – and here’s the latest addition. An
‘Paella’ on Bariatric Portion Plate (details here) with Bariatric Portion Control Cutlery (details here) OK so this isn’t an authentic or traditional paella but it’s flavoursome, speedy and as bariatric-friendly as I can make it. I have used a sachet of 7 grain mix by Seeds of Change (with long-grain brown rice, barley,
Just recently I have seen a whole host of recipes for stuffed vegetables and it reminded me just how useful they can be for a mid-week or weekend meal. You can use almost any vegetable of your choice that’s suitable for stuffing in this recipe – try peppers/capsicums, baby squash, marrow or pumpkin or
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I adore satay chicken and have in the past devoured more than my fair share of skewers both at home and also from carts from far-flung places like Thailand. Sometimes I find the chicken a little dry and chewy and hard to digest so this recipe solves that dilemma. It’s cooked chicken (I prefer