Prawn salad with chilli and white cabbageA super-fresh saladA super-fresh saladServes 4Cooks In30 minutesDifficultySuper easyNutrition per servingCalories 70 4 Fat 2.2g 3 Saturates 0.3g 2 Sugars 4.3g 5 Salt 1.07g 18 Protein 8.3g 17 Carbs 4.4g 2 Fibre 1.8g -Of an adult& 39;s reference intakeIngredients3 handfuls fresh, raw, small shelled prawns , from sustainable sources, ask your fishmonger3 lemons , juice of, plus the finely grated zest of ½ a lemon1 red chilli , seeded and finely sliced½ white cabbage , finely shreddedextra virgin olive oilfresh chervilMethodPut the prawns into a shallow dish.
Queso! I adore it, but I always overdo it, and waddle out of Mexican restaurants with a belly full of cheese. Unfortunately, my queso-digesting powers seem to be diminishing rather than improving with age. So, I decided to come up with a dairy-free version to rival my favorite restaurant’s.This stuff is remarkably queso-like.
The Italians have graced us with countless delicious recipes. This is indisputable! I’ve loved pizza and spaghetti for as long as I can remember, of course, but I’ve only recently discovered pasta e fagioli.Pasta e fagioli translates to “pasta and beans.” Pasta and beans may not sound terribly enticing (unless you’re me), but I assure you that this Italian stew is truly irresistible.
I’ve been experimenting with naturally sweetened cream cheese frosting. After much trial and error, here’s my recipe! Instead of powdered sugar, I used Medjool dates.The dates contribute lovely caramel-like flavor and color, which I’m sure you’ve noticed by now. They also add some fiber, which you don’t normally find in frosting recipes.
For what this pizza lacks in class, it makes up for in good taste. Wait, no, that doesn’t work. Let’s try again. This barbecue pizza is my much classier arugula pesto pizza‘s spunky little sister. She rocks mini skirts and drinks bourbon and you just can’t help but love her.This pizza reminds me of fun times working at a bar after college.
Sweet potato is a hero of healthy cooking – packed full of good things and delicious to boot! And there are so many different ways to enjoy this vibrant veg.Sweet potatoes are a source of vitamin C, thiamin, potassium and manganese. One large sweet potato (250g) contains more than 70 of our reference intake of vitamin C, which helps our bodies maintain our nervous system, teeth and gums, and protect cells.