Homemade veggie soups are so comforting and warming, and really very easy to prepare. Roasted carrots and butternut, along with the hint of ginger, give this soup it’s delicious flavour. This is a thick and creamy soup which makes it feel quite indulgent. It will definitely satisfy and warm you on a cold winters day!
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The rain clouds are rolling in on this cold, grey afternoon and I’m in the mood for a bowl of homemade soup! Sweet potatoes are the hero in this thick and hearty soup which is sure to chase away the chills in no time.
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There is something so enticing about this particular blend of nuts, seeds and spices that makes me want to sprinkle Egyptian dukkah on just about everything! Dukkah is one of those things that I just have to have in my pantry, and because it’s so quick and easy to put together there really is no excuse not to make it myself.
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I like to think that over the years I have gotten into some really good eating habits. Like breakfast – I always try to start the day off right with something wholesome and filling. Likewise in the evening I look forward to making a healthy home cooked meal to enjoy after the long day. But when it comes to lunch, well, that is when the wheels fall off. In between the afternoon school run, extra murals and the never ending daily to do list my lunch often takes a back seat. Last year I got into a bad habit of snacking on the go during the day, but of course the snacks never filled me up and I was always tempted to reach for something sugary in the late afternoon when I was feeling low on energy. Not ideal. This is where salad bowls, like the recipe I am sharing today, have been a lifesaver!
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The weather man must have known what I had planned in the kitchen yesterday, and kindly arranged a cool and drizzly day in between the gloriously hot summer ones we have been experiencing lately. Perfect for being in the kitchen, and perfect for making a curry!
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I am always on the look out for new supper recipes that can be rustled up in almost no time at all (anything under 30 minutes is ideal!). This is one of my favourites adapted from a recipe I picked up out of Olive Magazine U.K. a few years ago.
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