I LOVE fish cakes however never attempted to make them using tinned tuna before.
I decided to use butternut squash as a lower carb option and added mixed beans, lemongrass and chilli to create a delicious texture and flavour combo!
I went out for a family meal last weekend to an Indian restaurant in Leicester and ordered a chicken saag dish for my main course. It my absolute favourite choice of meal when eating Indian food (which I rarely do!) so I thought I would attempt my own version using king prawns..
The result was delicious and it didn’t take long to make at all.
A dish that is full of flavour, but can also be customised to suit your specific needs!
This was my first ever attempt at making a fish pie last night! I fancied something different with no chilli or tomato base and decided to try a simple fish pie using fresh cod, quark and celeriac as I needed a low carb option. Feel free to use potato in place of the celeriac if you wish!
I served mine with a selection of oven roasted vegetables and steamed broccoli – it was delicious and only 160 calories for one serving.
Over the past few years I have stopped buying packaged, processed burgers from the supermarkets and fast food chains. They are literally filled with additives, preservatives and ingredients of no nutritional value and do not taste anywhere near as delicious as homemade burgers!
These spicy bean burgers take less than 30 minutes to make, require no frying, no messing around with egg yolks, and can easily be customised to suit your nutritional requirements and tastebuds.
This has become one of my favourite meals! It is so easy to make, tastes great and can be adapted to suit your nutritional requirements.
Serve with a toasted corn tortilla, a slice of your favourite sourdough bread or enjoy alone!
Perfect for any time of the day