Yum! We just love waldorf salad, it’s the perfect combination of meatiness, creaminess and crunchiness. The flavours balance perfectly too – the bitter almonds, sweet apple and salty dressing are a match made in heaven. You can use leftover turkey or leftover roast chicken in this recipe, or some grilled or poached chicken will do the trick too.
Apples are in season right now so it’s great time to use them in all your cooking, whether it be a sweet or savoury dish like this one. For presentation, try . . . → Read More: Sammy’s leftover christmas turkey waldorf salad
Easter is over and many of us are probably regretting eating all those chocolate Easter eggs over the weekend. Fear not because I have a salad that’s not only going to make your taste buds jump for joy but it will also help you feel refreshed and back to healthy eating before you know it.
I’m using broad beans as they are readily available in super market freezers but you could also easily use frozen peas for this recipe too. Then we have snow peas, green beans, parsley and mint . . . → Read More: Sammy’s Triple Green Salad, as seen on The Morning Show
Wow! We can’t believe round 2 of our Perfect Pairings campaign is coming out!
This month, we’re inspired by winter warmers, and a delicious full flavoured curry is definitely on the cards (especially if you’re in your trakkie daks on the couch!). If you’re concerned about your weight, then fear not! This curry is deliciously low fat. Its creamy consistency comes from the addition of almond meal, which also adds a natural sweetness to balance out the spice. This curry re-heats and freezes well too – so you can . . . → Read More: Sammy’s Creamy Chicken and Almond Curry with Hahn Super Dry, the Perfect Pairing!
It’s school holidays! Sammy and I are lucky enough to have 2 younger sisters, 12 year old Paris and Zara. They just love cooking (’tis in the blood, you see!) so we’ve teamed up with the whole family to present this week’s segment on The Morning Show!
Chances are, your kids are getting bored and driving you a bit crazy. The solution? Get them in the kitchen! Kids love getting creative in the kitchen, but it can get dangerous with hot ovens and sharp knives… not to mention . . . → Read More: Bella’s Healthy Ancient Grain Chocolate Crackles plus Home Made Yoghurt, as seen on The Morning Show
Desserts can be a lot of work, especially when entertaining for special occasions. This Easter we made a delicious and simple chocolate marscarpone dessert which was perfect for entertaining as it could be made up to 2 days in advance and set in individual glasses.
If you own a thermomix then you’ll be extra pleased because this dessert can be made in under 10 minutes in the thermomix and using only the one bowl. Make the chocolate base first then whip the cream for service in under 25 . . . → Read More: Sammy’s Dark Chocolate and Mascarpone Mousse in a Thermomix, as seen on The Morning Show
This is definitely NOT the stodgy pea and ham soup most people are used to. It’s actually light, fresh, and full of healthy garden fresh greens. The best thing is that it’s summer friendly, so even on a warm day you can devour it without feeling heavy.
This is exactly how my mum always made pea and ham sou – thanks for the recipe mum! But we’ve added a little twist. Some fresh lemon zest spiked gremolata over the top really brings this dish to life.
If you don’t . . . → Read More: Bella’s leftover christmas ham and pea broth with summer vegetables
We’ve heard that there are cavemen and cavewomen running all over Australia… the paleo diet is huge! So we thought we’d give you a paleo-friendly and gluten free dessert, which will tickle the taste buds of paleo’s and grain eaters alike.
Nothing brings out a sense of nostalgia like a good old Aussie lamington, and ours are made with taste bud and paleo friendly coconut flour. Coconut flour is fantastic gluten free flour, best used when you actually want a coconut flavour in the final dish as it’s quite strong. . . . → Read More: Bella’s Caveman Lamingtons, a paleo treat, as seen on The Morning Show
Coming from a Polish background, food has always been at the centre of any family occasion. Never too far away while making food, and sitting down to enjoy it, was the drink of choice (the only choice), a beer.
So from the day we were able to enjoy a drink, beer has always been the companion to the food we shared around the table.
When the opportunity arose to pair our recipes with the beers we love to drink with them, we were naturally very excited.
Sipping our way . . . → Read More: Bella’s BBQ lamb salad with feta creme dressing, perfectly paired with James Boags Premium
I just love adding fruit to a savoury dish… just like adding a pinch of salt to your dessert, the addition of sweet fruit to a savoury dish rounds out the taste by balancing any number of flavours. Spicy chilli, fatty/fuller flavoured meats, or bitter greens are all made tastier with a little sweetness.
This is a fantastic summer and autumn dish, and you can grill any summer stone fruit or autumn pears/apples to add to your salads. Just make sure the fruit is slightly underripe so that it . . . → Read More: Bella’s leftover chistmas turkey and grilled peach salad with cranberry vinaigrette
Quinoa is one of those superfoods that many people find hard to pronounce. Its Keen-wah by the way, and a lot of people are getting very keen on its health benefits and its deliciously earthy nutty flavour!
Quinoa is very high in B vitamins, zinc, potassium, calcium, fibre and vitamin E. Because is give a slow release of every it’s a great alternative to rice and cous cous. Its also not to be mistaken for a grain, its actually a seed and comes in white, black and red colours . . . → Read More: Sammy’s Brekky Quinoa salad with chorizo and fried egg, as seen on The Morning Show