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Wild mushroom and truffle Spaghetti

Is there a more iconic love scene than when Lady & the Tramp’s stars align over a shared plate of spaghetti? In homage to our favourite love scene, here's a recipe for a deliciously unapologetic, silky pot of wild mushroom and truffle oil spaghetti to cook your loved one this Valentine's Day. Bon appétit.

Roasted Golden and Red Beets with Black Rice and Tahini

Beetroot is one of my favourite root vegetables with so much to offer in terms of flavour and colour – and most importantly, it’s in season right now. Its deep red hue, slightly earthy flavour and winning nutritional content make it a star ingredient for bright, fresh salads.

The Best Beetroot Burgers

This quick and easy burger recipe is perfect for a mid-week supper - you can prep them in advance and keep them in the fridge to have at the ready as soon as you get home from work. The beetroot gives these burgers a deliciously deep and rich depth of flavour which will leave you feeling completely satisfied.

The best Brussels Sprout salad

Gone are the days of soggy brussels sprouts, the sprout is having a resurgence and this recipe is a celebration of all that these lovely little cabbages have to offer.

Hot Mulled Apple Juice

This hot mulled apple juice recipe will have you feeling festive in no time. Boldly spiced with cinnamon, cardamon, cloves and orange, gently simmered in fresh apple juice, this will warm your cockles from the inside out.

Porridge with pumpkin and salted caramel

The pumpkin sauce in this recipe is like a subtly sweet compote, and it’s a great addition to your breakfast. With its smooth texture, it is delicious stirred into a bowl of hot porridge, along with some salted date caramel.

Pumpkin feijoda

The stew known as feijoda is one of Brazil’s national culinary treasures and it is often made for large gatherings of family and friends. It is traditionally based on meat but this vegetarian version with pumpkin and black beans is just as good and hearty.

Pumpkin, cherry and almond pie

Using pumpkin in sweet dishes has a long history – pumpkins were once stuffed with apples, sugar and spices to serve with savoury foods and spicy, sweet pumpkin pie is traditional for American Thanksgiving. I love the naturally sweet, smooth texture of this pumpkin filling, which works very well with cherries. The pastry base can be a little fiddly as it doesn’t hold together like regular shortcrust, but it’s worth the faff. If the pastry breaks as you line the tin, you can just patch it up.

VIDEO: Butternut squash, corn and avocado salad

This is the perfect salad as the weather starts to cool down. Warm roasted butternut squash with chick peas and corn topped with perfectly ripe avocado and spring onions.

Immune Boosting Broccoli Soup

This delicious soup contains a rich source of vitamins and minerals that support your immune system and will help you stay healthy during the colder months. It's super easy to whip up, is the perfect addition to a week day supper.

VIDEO: Sticky noodles with crispy aubergine

VIDEO RECIPE: These sticky noodles with crispy aubergine make the perfect week-day dinner. Brimming with crispy vegetables, a sticky, spicy sauce and lightly fried aubergine. Follow our video for a simple step-by-step guide on creating this vibrant, delicious dish.

Broccoli bread bagels with homemade hummus and radishes

This fool-proof broccoli bread recipe will make it a new regular in your brunch repertoire. These mini bagels are ready in no time and topped with a delicious homemade hummus and crunch radishes, they make for the perfect weekend dish.

Chocacado Smoothie

Who doesn't love a chocolate milkshake? We have created a super nutritious version that tastes delicious. With avocado and banana this smooth delight provides excellent amounts of healthy fats and fibre, and only contains natural sugars from dates.

Lentil, courgette and home-made pesto

A salad that you can whip together in under twenty-five minutes is the kind of salad I want to eat every week. Yellow courgettes add a splash of colour to any dish and a welcome crunch. This home-made pesto recipe is also super easy to blitz together, the combination of aniseed tarragon and earthy basil create a vibrant and refreshing flavour. The whole dish offers an excellent combination of protein and fiber.

The Ultimate Chopped Salad

With summer in full swing, there is one dish that is now guaranteed to feature regularly on my lunch and dinner, a classic chopped salad. The key to a good chopped salad is in the dressing and I love to use a classic honey and mustard. I top this with some toasted pumpkin and sunflower seeds for some extra savouriness and crunch.

Peach Smoothie Bowl

In the summer months there is nothing better than a big, plump juicy peach. And with the weather being so hot, the peaches this year are sweeter than ever. If you're wondering what to do with your peaches, other than devouring them immediately, this smoothie bowl is really simple way to use them and cool down at the same time!

Three Onion Poke Bowl

This is one on my favourite recipes from my new cookbook, Detox kitchen Vegetables. It contains the secret recipe to our famous onion jam which will transform the simplest of poke dishes. 

Stuffed sweet potato with black rice and avocado

This giant stuffed sweet potato recipe is a brilliant sharing dish, perfect for when you have friends over. Everything can be prepared in advance so all you need to do is assemble in a matter of minutes and enjoy!

Baked aubergine and preserved lemon

Baking aubergine with honey and tamari gives it a lovely salty, sweet stickiness that is incredibly more-ish. The freshness of the lemony saffron yoghurt adds to the fragrant complexity of this Middle Eastern-inspired dish. It is perfect for a dinner party, as part of a big feast, or simply served as a weekday supper with some rice and a green salad.

Rhubarb granita and banana sundae

Granita is a semi-frozen dessert that is typically made with fruit. This rhubarb version is refreshing and tart, perfect with sweet and creamy banana ice cream. Make sure to use the ripest bananas for the ice cream, as they will be the sweetest. Honeyed pecans are a lovely, crunchy topping.

Cauliflower tortillas

These tortillas are great if you are feeding some hungry people. With five different toppings to mix and match, they are a fun dish to share. You can prepare the pickled onion, black beans and ranch dressing well in advance, so all you need to do at the last minute is fry the battered cauliflower and make the avocado salad. Warm the tortillas through and you are good to go.

Radish and Quinoa salad

The radishes in this quinoa salad not only add colour but also crunch and heat. The salad can be speedily thrown together for lunch or dinner, and it is even quicker if you keep cooked quinoa on standby in an airtight container in the fridge.

White Bean & Sun-dried Tomato Salad With Cashew Nut Pesto

Picked from our spring/ summer menu, this salad packs maximum satisfaction and flavour with minimal prep. Win win! Click to view the recipe!

Breakfast pots

These homemade breakfast pots are perfect on any day of the week. You can make them the night before so they are ready and waiting in the morning. Or have fun making on the weekend with all of the toppings laid out for hungry breakfasters to help themselves.

Homemade Chai

This home-made chai recipe is ready in minutes and is sure to warm your cockles during this snowy weather. This dairy free version is made using oat milk and coconut milk powder which makes for a deliciously creamy and indulgent version.

Avocado and kale panini with pesto

The perfect sandwich, a classic panini filled with avocado, kale, beef tomatoes and a homemade pumpkin seed pesto. Toasted sandwiches are one of the best comfort foods and this recipe doesn't disappoint.

Pear, chocolate and almond butter pancakes

These dairy free pancakes topped with fresh pear, home-made chocolate sauce and almond butter are ridiculously moorish. The perfect recipe for pancake day, or any other day. Filled with goodness but packing a nutritional punch too.

Sweet potato and coconut dal

My go to dish on boxing day is a dal, as long as you have the essential ingredient, red lentils, then you can pretty much make it from any leftover veg. This version uses sweet potato but it would be just as good with most left over root vegetables. The creamy coconut adds a touch of rich indulgence and is perfectly balanced with the aromatic cardamom.

Roasted Heritage carrots with roasted chickpea salad

This is a warming dish, perfect for a quick, weekday supper. Try to seek out purple and yellow heritage carrots as well as the classic orange, it makes for a pretty autumnal looking dish.

Lentil and Vegetable Soup

Whenever I get back from a holiday, the first thing I cook is a lentil soup. I literally sit on the plane thinking about how I can't wait to eat it. This Ayurvedic dish is great for digestion, and lentils include all sorts of beneficial nutrients such as magnesium, iron, vitamins and minerals. 

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