A an absolute classic recipe using the simplest ingredients at the highest of quality. Thickening with beurre manie gives the sauce a velvety smooth texture.
Health: Active compounds in red wine, including polyphenols, resveratrol and quercetin, have proved to have cardioprotective properties.
Per Serving this dish contains
Calories: 600 Carbs: 30g Fat: 20g Protein: 60g
A great recipe for a quick weeknight supper, packed with protein for little cost. Such a classic recipe that is liked by almost everyone 🙂
Health: Prawns are an excellent source of vitamins including iodine which is essential for thyroid gland function, iron for red cell formation and zinc for wound healing.
Per Serving this dish contains
Calories: 316 Carbs: 46g Fat: 3g Protein: 29g
Inspired from a recent trip to Lyon I created what is now my favourite dessert of all time :). The addition of praline contrasts the sweetness of the apples poached in caramel while creating an almost baklava taste with the puff pastry base, a real crowd pleasing dessert.
Health: The main ingredient of praline is almonds; The health benefits of almonds include lowering blood sugar levels, reducing blood pressure and lowering cholesterol levels
My take on a classic, peach Melba. Uplifting the original recipe with the addition of a vanilla cream filled poached peach.
Health: Peaches are high in manganese, helping to repair and form blood tissue and bones.
My take on the initially strange dish of plaice and banana, a highly addictive combination that will open a new door of culinary creativity. Personally realising that fruit with fish or seafood is an exquisite marriage.
Health: Bananas are high in potassium, crucial to heart function and plays a key role in skeletal and smooth muscle contraction.
A very special time of the year indeed with the famed jersey royal potato rolling into our pantry. The combination may seem at first out of the ordinary, but enveloped in a rich saffron sauce marries the pair of quality ingredients like nothing you’ve tasted before. It is a great dish for dinner parties as the majority of the elements can be created in advance.
Health: The humble jersey potato is high in Vitamin B, helping maintain a healthy skin and nervous system.
A seasonal rhubarb and strawberry compote topped with creamy vanilla ice-cream and hot out the oven madeleines. This dessert really is one to have outside on a warm sunny day, playing a perfect balance between the tart and the sweet.
Health: The most prominent vitamin in rhubarb is vitamin K, known to prevent oxidation of brain cells and stimulate cognitive activity.
An absolute classic side dish that I just couldn’t resist sharing with you, a great pairing with spring lamb. This recipe uses Swiss Gruyere cheese instead of the well known Cheddar, adding an inimitable flavor and character to the Bechamel sauce base.
Health: Cauliflower is a great source of vitamin C, needed for healing wounds, and for repairing and maintaining bones and teeth.
Chicken slowly braised in Brittany butter, topped with cream sauce and served with ultra fluffy duchess potatoes. An extremely simple dish to put together with a surprising depth and complexity in its flavour, a great example of timeless comfort food to share with the ones you love.
Health: Both chicken and Potato are a great for your bodies enzymes, strengthening the immune system and reducing emotional fluctuations.
Milky glace cherry rice pudding uplifted with freshly whipped sweetened cream and set with a rum and lemon infused Crème bavaroise . Topping the set pudding with peaches in syrup and a raspberry glaze creates a dessert that finds a perfect balance between the rich and the fresh.
Health: Rice is known to be great for your skin as well as your nervous system.