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My Version of French Cassoulet

In an effort to have more resistant starch in my diet, I looked for bean recipes. Up comes French cassoulet, which also has stock in it’s ingredient list. I’m trying to eat more of that too. Perfect!Cassoulet is a rich, slow-cooked casserole originating in the French region of Languedoc. It was a medieval peasant dish of […]

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Tasty Buckwheat Tabbouleh Salad

Last year I resolved to eat more protein from fish, quinoa and buckwheat. I managed plenty of fish but little quinoa and buckwheat.I really like buckwheat, but I only have one recipe that I regularly cook so far. While looking for some buckwheat recipes to try on Pinterest, “Tabbouleh” kept popping up. So after reading […]

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Homemade Hash Browns

I’ve been trying to get more spuds into my diet lately. Why? Because they can help you lose weight.Every time I hear someone say that potatoes are unhealthy or “fattening” I can’t help but cringe. Contrary to what the carb police promote, potatoes are actually an incredible source of nutrition, loaded with phytonutrients, antioxidants, vitamin C, […]

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Moroccan Buckwheat and Chickpea Stew

This recipe is inspired by the Moroccan Chickpea Hotpot in Eastern Seaboard, Drogheda. I get it every time I go there. Much to my boyfriend’s annoyance. “Try something different!” I tell him, “at least it’s not pork belly” which I order everywhere! Plus I’ve had buckwheat in my cupboard for some time and this is […]

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Dairy Free Crispy Cauli-Tots

One of the lovely ladies in my Wednesday morning BarreConcept® class sent me several recipes I might like to try. Thank you Aoife! I was stuck for ideas. One which stood out for me to try first was the Cauliflower tots recipe. But the recipe had cheese, I don’t eat cheese. So I looked through a lot […]

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Spicy Lettuce Wraps

This is a great light lunch or supper.  My brother used to order lettuce wraps with his Chinese takeaway. That version was super spicy! Unbearably spicy to me so I began making my own. No mouth melting, tongue swelling fire in mine thankfully. I really don’t know how he ate them.One of my lovely clients was asking […]

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Oven Baked Falafel

This week I present you with my Falafel recipe. One of my absolute favourites! I started making these when I temporarily gave up eating meat a few years back. Chickpeas are a great source of protein and complex carbohydrates for vegetarians. Falafel balls are great with a crunchy salad but can be eaten alone as […]

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Carrot and Coriander Soup

This week I have for you, Carrot and Coriander soup! Friday last week I bought a huge bunch of carrots on my regular trip to Gregory’s Vegetable Stall at the market square. You can’t get much fresher than there. If you have a local farmers market it’s worth a visit for the quality. Everything is so delicious! […]

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Roasted Ratatouille

I’m not ashamed to admit that the animated movie Ratatouille was what inspired me to make this dish for the first time. I’m so glad I did, I love finding recipes for vegetables I don’t usually eat weekly. In this case aubergine and somewhat the courgette and butternut squash. I always try to eat a variety […]

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