Lemon-pepper spiced potatoes and kale with chickpeas

Indian food is sometimes surprisingly mild and comfort-foody, and this heartwarming lemony peppery loveliness really hits the spot. The combination of tangy lemon, spicy black pepper, creamy coconut, and traditional curry spices rounds out the flavour of this dish that’s also a barrage of textures, with tender potatoes, firm chickpeas, and crispy kale. I came … Continue reading Lemon-pepper spiced potatoes and kale with chickpeas

Vegetable paella

For me, paella has to be Valenciana. Perhaps I’ve been spoilt? I lived in Valencia for a year, and paella is always decent, often really yummy, and occasionally to die for. Paella is Valencia’s signature dish because it tastes like a summer’s day in a seaside town of an abundant food-growing province. But for Valenciana … Continue reading Vegetable paella

Rice n beans

Humble rice and beans, a mainstay of Latino cuisine, and far more tasty than their humbleness suggests…. This healthy, filling dish can be made up of either white or brown rice with any kind of bean, although red beans or black beans are most common. It packs a heart protein punch, and will keep you … Continue reading Rice n beans

Preparing pulses

Canned beans… because they’re convenient, right? Well, with a little forward planning, you can sort yourself out with convenient packages of prepared pulses all ready to go in meal-sized portions that suit your needs 😉 Brace yourself for saving lots of money, and substantially reducing the amount of waste packaging your household chews through… Directions: … Continue reading Preparing pulses