Ratatouille is french for vegetable stew, and it's not only a versatile dish but it's super tasty.
I heard my favourite radio DJ's talking about how great Cauliflower Rice was; I nodded in agreement as I drove to work. Polly had not heard of this and asked "How do you make rice from cauliflower?" There are two the techniques for making cauliflower rice. You can either use a grater traditionally used for … Continue reading Cauliflower Rice
I discovered eggplant last year, and when it is not so ridiculously priced ($5.00 each!) I make sure to pick one up with my fruit & vegetable shopping. I have found them to be a vegetable that I can use to 'make something quick and tasty from nothing' if you know what I mean?
I cook without meat at least once a week: as I have got older I find red meat especially less agreeable with my tummy. At the same time it is often quicker to put together a nice tasty vegetarian dinner. During the week having something quick and easy to create for the family is always … Continue reading One Pan Spanish Wild Rice
What on earth is 'Confetti Couscous" I hear you say! What it is not is small pieces of coloured paper tossed in couscous! This is a fabulously quick & easy side dish for any protein; fish, beef, lamb or chicken. I whip this up when I am feeling too lazy to wash and peel potatoes … Continue reading Confetti Couscous