I’ve really taken to instagram recently and I’m now sharing on an almost daily basis from my kitchen and life. Here are a few shots from this week, hop on over to instagram and follow me to keep posted of what I’m cooking, eating and doing.
I shared a photo of my dinner on Wednesday night which was a classic raw food way of making cous-cous out of cauliflower. With the heat on in London, I wanted a no-cook fresh and energising supper and this is such an inspired way of creating a classic dish raw. You can also use this technique to replace rice in a number of dishes such as sushi and create raw cauliflower rice sushi rolls.
This cous-cous dish would be a great thing to make in large quantities for a summer party, take this with you to a BBQ and I guarantee you will delight and inspire your friends and family with your delicious and innovative contribution.Recipe Card
A random lone beetroot I had lurking in the fridge this week turned regular falafel into something altogether more vibrant. This is a really quick and easy recipe which you could also try with sweet potato, squash or any other earthy root vegetables. I wish I’d taken more pictures, I wasn’t planning a recipe for the blog but they turned out so well I wanted to share.
I served the falafel with a simple grated carrot salad seasoned with sesame oil and sumac and a bit of leftover kale salad I had in the fridge.
I hope you try these at home, I’ll be adding them to my healthy party foods list!
Beetroot is high in antioxidants, aids liver detoxification and may contribute to lowering cholesterol. It can be roasted or eaten raw in salads and makes a delicious stamina enhancing juice.