Winter PorridgeBy JanellaSeafood Balls with Green Curry sauce (DF,GF)By JanellaChocolate and orange mousseBy JanellaRhubarb Crumble (VG)By JanellaCrumbles are traditionally made with butter and sugar. Naturally, this one isn’t. I don’t think you need to add these things to get a really sweet dessert. Not when you’ve got fresh fruit and dates around. Leave out the yoghurt to make it a dairy-free and vegan option.Chocolate Cakes with Ganache Filling (DF, V, VG)By JanellaAcar AcarBy JanellaMakes about 4cupsEggplant picklesBy JanellaCorn frittersBy Janella'Corn Fritters with Avocado Salsa' .
These deliciously healthy fritters are gluten free, dairy free and vegetarian.
Recipe for both in my first cookbook 'Eating For The Seasons' (2011).Guilt-free Crumbed Fish and Chips (DF, GF)By JanellaIf the fish you get is quite thick, you may need to pop it in the oven for 5 minutes to finish off the cooking. You can always skip the eggs and crumbs and simply flour the fish for a lighter option. But sometimes, as I’m sure you’ll agree, it’s nice to have it crumbed.Prawn and Lychee Salad (DF, GF)By JanellaWarm Roasted Beetroot and Almond Salad (DF, GF, V, VG)By JanellaServes 2Congee with Shiitake and Gomashio (DF, GF, V, VG)By JanellaAlmond and Banana PancakesBy JanellaServes 2-4Gorgeous Gluten-free MuesliBy JanellaServes 4-6
This will take you just a few minutes to mix up. It is economical, satisfying and so tasty. Experiment with different dried fruits and nuts. Be sure the dried fruit is organic, or at least sulphur free.
TabouliBy JanellaHummusBy JanellaKale ChipsBy JanellaLotus Root DumplingsBy JanellaItalian MushroomsBy JanellaCoconut and Peanut Butter RoughBy JanellaPoached VeggiesBy JanellaChinese MushroomsBy JanellaJapanese fermented veggiesBy JanellaBalinese Cabbage and Coconut SaladBy JanellaRoast Veggies with Maple Lemon SauceBy Janella