Coconut milk (1 can)
Ginger (thumb sized or larger, big slices)
Lemongrass (2+ stalks, split and slightly crushed)
Courgette (1/2 -1)
Green beans/mange tout (1-2 handfuls)
Any veg, potatoes (if adding potatoes, you may wanna par-boil them first), carrots, broccoli, peppers, whatever you got.
Fry veg lightly and add coconut milk and flavourings, cook until veg is done and flavours are incorporated.
Cook coconut milk with ginger, lemongrass and chili until flavours are well incorporated, then add veg.
If soup becomes too thick, add water.
Serve with rice or alone.
Ingredients: Chocolate (dark is best, about 40g for an individual serving, but the more is always the merrier)
Almond butter (1 tsp, add more according to the amount of chocolate you use, I’m sure other nut butter would be find but I haven’t tried it)
Syrup (any syrup should be fine, I usually use golden 2 tsp, or to taste)
Fruit – strawberries are a fantastic companion
Melt chocolate and add in the almond butter and syrup. Mix until smooth and delicious, adjust taste if you want it sweeter or whatever.
Melon (any melon you like, as much as you like)
Any other fruit you like
Melon is best eaten alone and shouldn’t be eaten after foods that take longer to digest, especially if you’re going to have a satisfying quantity.
Not technically a recipe but still food- serve the melon however you like!
Cauliflower (however much you want, 1/2 a head is a good snack)
Paprika (1 tsp)
Garlic powder (1/4 tsp)
Onion powder (1/4 tsp)
Hot sauce (1 tsp or more)
Oil (3 tsp or more)
Other spices and herbs
Can use the same mix for potatoes or other veggies too (tried and tested with: carrot, broccoli, chick peas and potatoes, all are awesome- especially carrot)
Cut cauliflower into nugget sized pieces, large are usually good but small are also welcome.
Cover in spices, hot sauce and oil.
Bake in oven at 190°C for 15/20 minutes.
Serve with potatoes, or on their own.
Pasta (any type of pasta is good with this, however much you want)
Cherry tomatoes (a handful or two)
Rocket (as much as you like)
Oil (olive oil or truffle oil are good)
Seeds (good replacement for a cheese-like flavour)
Whilst it cooks, heat a pan with a little oil and lightly fry the tomatoes (halve them if you’d like).
When the pasta is cooked, top it off with the tomatoes, rocket, salt and pepper and a little oil and enjoy!
Canned tomatoes (1)
Beans (Kidney beans, black beans, black eyed beans, any beans you like 1-2 cans)
Paprika (1 tsp)
Cumin (1/2 – 1 tsp)
Chili (1/2-1 tsp)
Cook down the can of tomatoes a little and add in the spices. Add in the beans and cook for a little longer. Season to taste and serve with rice, tacos, tortilla wraps, baked potatoes, avocado, whatever you like!
Tomatoes (1-2, cut into small cubes)
French bread (1/2-1 loaf cut into slices, ciabatta or any other similar bread would be good here)
Herbs (oregano and basil are good, but whatever you have and fancy)
Salt & pepper (to taste)
Onion, peppers, anything you like. I like plain tomatoes but whatever you fancy.
Fry the slices of bread in a little oil, or bake until crispy.
Mix tomato, herbs, salt and pepper.
Top bread with tomato mix and enjoy!
Oats (however many you can eat, 80g would be a moderate portion)
Apple (1/2-1, grated or cubed)
Soy/oat/hemp/rice/almond milk (enough to cover the oats, can sub half milk for water)
Brown sugar (1 tbsp or to taste, other sugar is good too)
Cinnamon (1 tsp or to taste)
Raisins, other toppings, whatever you like.
Mix all ingredients together in a pan over a medium heat.