Nothing satisfies your inner caveman like fire grilled meat on a stick. The warm spices on this kebab beautifully compliment the sweet tang of the honey glaze. Served with Lime Cilantro Rice, Moreish Purple Pickles and Roasted Beet Hummus.
The crowning jewel in your next veggie tray! The sweetness of the roasted beets give this hummus a deep rich sweetness, cut nicely by the tang of lemon. But the real show stopper is the colour. Fuchsia pink.
Chana dal & ghiya tempered with garlic, chilies, ginger, tomato and spices. Serve it up with a side of rice or chapati and some yogurt.
Our warm sourdough olive loaf is soft, squishy and perfect for dipping. If you have more self-restraint, wait until the next day to cut the loaf for the perfect sandwich bread.
This sorbet is sweet, tart, refreshingly cool and fruity and beautifully coloured by nature. Please excuse me, I need to go buy more kiwis!
Take the real bread challenge and start a wild yeast starter, then bake your own bread! The feeling of accomplishment is worth it alone. Your body will thank you for the reprieve from artificial leaveners, bleaches, and preservatives.
These bites taste great and you can serve them as an appetizer, a side, or mixed in a sauce. You could also keep some ready in the freezer to have on hand for a healthy snack or part of a quick meal.
Our delicious No-Bake Peanut Butter Oat Balls, are filled with healthy fats, oats, and just a bit of chocolate. They will keep you satisfied and they are about 150 calories each.
Tender chicken in a buttery smooth sauce made from beautiful red ripe tomatoes, cream, spices and herbs. Rich, complex and totally Moreish!
Bibimbap literally means “mixed rice”. We’ve mixed this rice with marinated kale, sweet potatoes, and sauted mushrooms, topped it with a runny egg and a drizzle of our hot and sticky sauce.
The beauty of homemade ice-cream is that you can customize the flavour to whatever you like. For us, mango and ginger make a great combination, and by adding the ginger only at the last-minute, its flavour is subtle and charming in that “hmm, what is that?” kind of way.
These quesadillas make a great weeknight meal, and as with any good quesadilla, you need a good dip.