Under 30 Minutes

Orange, Fennel, & Saffron Steamed Tofu

Orange, fennel, and saffron steamed tofu in a bowl of hot vegetable broth

Orange, fennel, and saffron steamed tofu with a side of steamed rice or quinoa is one of the most beautifully healthy dinners I know of. I love this dish for so many reasons; You can whip it up in 30 minutes, making it the perfect mid-week meal (and yet it tastes like something you’ve slaved […]

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Coconut & Satay Broccoli Soup

Coconut and satay broccoli soup, with a drizzle of olive oil, beer nuts, and coriander, served in a blue freckled bowl, surrounded by crusty bread and half of a fresh lime

This coconut and satay broccoli soup is creamy yet light, with fragrant and nutty satay flavours, and a touch of zesty lime. I’ve recently developed an addiction to snacking on raw broccoli dipped in satay sauce. I was trying to work out how to get this moreish flavour combination into a recipe when I came […]

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Five Minute Mango & Vanilla Bean Tofu Pudding

Three small blue ceramic bowls of mango tofu pudding, garnished with whipped vegan cream, cherries, and passionfruit pulp

This dreamy, creamy, five minute mango and vanilla bean tofu pudding is so delicious; you’ll be astounded how super healthy and packed full of protein it is. And, it’s dairy-free and vegan! These little pud-puds store well in the fridge so you can prepare them ahead of time, making them ideal for get-togethers. It’ll look like you […]

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Dijon, Lemon, & Cumin Beetroot Hummus

A vibrant plate of purple dijon, lemon, and cumin beetroot hummus garnished with chickpeas and fresh coriander, served with a handful of dukkah spiced pita chips

As a self-confessed hummus addict, I went through a phase of experimenting with many different hummus flavours. I’ve tried avocado hummus, turmeric hummus, capsicum hummus, onion hummus, mushroom hummus, but this dijon, lemon, and cumin beetroot hummus is always my favourite. Is there anything more satisfying than hummus? Yes! Hummus that you can whip up […]

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Dukkah Spiced Pita Chips

A gun-metal blue ceramic plate with a pile of baked dukkah spiced pita chips

I can’t justify paying over $5 for a packet of baked pita chips at the supermarket, that contain no more than ten strips of pita (equal to around one piece of round pita bread). Why? Dukkah spiced pita chips are too cheap and easy to make at home! These dukkah spiced pita chips are deliciously fresh, crisp, […]

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Indonesian White Bean Gado Gado

A colourful bowl of Indonesian white bean gado gado served with a lime wedge, chopsticks, and peanut sauce

Indonesian white bean Gado Gado is one of my all-time favourite salads. A flavoursome bowl of fresh, crisp vegetables and tofu, drizzled with a spicy and nutty peanut dressing. It’s traditionally made with potatoes and egg, but I save some cooking time by making it with white beans. These have a texture quite similar to […]

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Maple & Spice Pecan Candy

Maple and spice pecan candy in a glass jar, with a blue striped napkin and small hessian bag in the background

Serve crunchy maple and spice pecan candy with ice cream, on salads, as part of an antipasto platter, or as a delicious snack just on their own. They’re made with all-natural ingredients and are refined sugar-free. Pecan candy is easy to make, and best of all, you can keep some in the freezer so you […]

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Powergreens Bowl with Pea, Spinach, & Tofu

Powergreens bowl with pea, spinach, tofu and dukkah served in a white ceramic bowl, next to crusty bread, half a lemon, and a small bowl of dukkah

My dad always has had his pride and joy: his organic veggie patch and fruit trees. As a kid, and when spinach was in season, my mum used to make me big a powergreens bowl of blended spinach with mashed potatoes which she called spinacha. It was my absolute favourite food, and I’d always ask […]

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Chilli Smoked Tofu & Peanut Salad

Chilli smoked tofu and peanut in a blue bowl with wooden chopsticks, with a small bowl of black rice to the side

Inspired by a dish I fell in love with about ten years ago at a Sichuan restaurant, this chilli smoked tofu and peanut salad combines with a freshness and crunchiness that makes this a winning recipe, my friends. And best of all, it takes just ten minutes to prepare with zero cooking required! The restaurant […]

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Chai-Infused Semolina Porridge

Chai-infused semolina porridge in a black stone bowl, served with granola, strawberries, and shredded coconut

Chai-infused semolina porridge is the perfect breakfast for a cold morning. It’s warm and creamy, and the aromatic spices take the dish to the next level of decadence. Best of all, it only takes a few minutes to whip up before work in the morning! When I was little, my mum would often make me […]

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