For the salad ½ cup of black rice (I had the glutinous one) ½ small brown onion, peeled and finely diced 10 mushrooms, sliced (your choice of mushrooms) 3 tbsp of well washed and finely sliced coriander roots 1 handful of washed and roughly chopped coriander leaves 1 handful of fresh basil leaves, washed and
1 large organic orange 1 cup of pitted medjool dates ¼ cup of desiccated coconut Grate the peel of the orange with a citrus zester. Put the rest of the orange aside for another use. Blend the dates & zest together until you get your desired texture. Get a tablespoon of mixture and
3 tbsp of hazelnut spread (the kind found in the health food section of supermarkets and health food stores) 1 tsp of tahini (you will find this in the same places as above) 1 tbsp of almond chia spread (you will find this in the same places as above) 1 tbsp of peanut butter
400mls of fresh pineapple juice fresh basil leaves to taste. I easily used a very loose ¾ – 1 cup because I LOVE basil. I suggest you do this to taste. All you need to do is place the pineapple juice and basil into a blender and blend until they are well combined
1/2 a cup of wholemeal oats (if you don’t have wholemeal don’t worry) 1 cup of almond milk (you can use any plant based milk) 1 large ripe banana, sliced pure maple syrup Put the oats and almond milk in a bowl and stir so that all the oats are wet. Microwave for
1 x 340 gram jar of semi dried tomatoes 1 cup of unsalted macadamia nuts Place the semi dried tomatoes, the macadamia nuts and the oil from the semi dried tomato jar into blender and blend until you get your desired consistency. #Optional to make quite lumpy, that way you get the crunch
200mls of fresh strawberry juice 200mls of fresh orange juice All you need to do is combine the strawberry and orange juice and and pour the mixture into small paper baking cups and place in the freezer. Wait until the pops have almost frozen through and/or a firm enough for you to be
1 large ripe banana 2 teaspoons of raw cacao Peel the banana, cut it into chunky slices, place it in a plastic container and put it in the freezer. Once it’s frozen, blend with the cacao until it’s smooth. Serve immediately. Yields: 1 serve Time: 5 minutes. Plus the freezing time.
Dukkah is an Egyptian nut and spice mix that is absolutely gorgeous and is a fancy addition to any dinner party. Usually the nuts, seeds and spices are roasted in dukkah, but the high temperature required for roasting the nuts causes the oils in the nuts to go rancid, which not only effects the taste,
This toasted cinnamon nutty granola is a tasty way to add protein into your fruity breakfast, and for me, I found it to be a great incentive to get more fruit into my diet. It’s a quick one to whip up, and the simple combination of flavours pairs easily with a wide variety of fruit,
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