Opting for a lower carb and calorie option? Zucchini noodles will never fail you. These zoodles are crunchy, fresh and are perfect for absorbing whatever sauce you are serving. Plus, you can bump up the serving since it is low calorie!
Looking for a healthy dinner that you can make in less than 20 minutes? Look no further! This tofu buddha bowl recipe is absolutely packed with nutrients and flavour, and is made with wholesome, plant-based ingredients.
These harissa spiced crispy sweet potato wedges are the ultimate side dish. Such a crowd pleaser too! They are perfect served with ourcreamy guacamoleand/or tahini dip. We’ve used an organic extra virgin olive oil for this recipe however this can easily be swapped for coconut oil. These are amongst the most heat stable oils (meaning they don’t turn into trans fats when cooked at high temperatures) and therefore preferable to use when cooking.
It’s called a nourishing bowl for a reason! Filled with veggies, plant-based protein and healthy fats that your body will thank you for. The best thing is, you can add in absolutely any vegetables you like.
Sometimes simple is best! If you're stuck for time but want something wholesome and tasty, you can always whip up a stir-fry. This recipe is an adaptation to the traditional stir-fry recipes Anthea Cheng grew up eating.
This tofu curry dish was inspired by my recent travels to Sri Lanka. It is packed with spices such as turmeric, curry powder, ginger and chilli. These spices create the delicious flavour of this tofu curry and enhances the over all nutritional value. These spices are almost always used in Sri Lankan cuisine, all of which have powerful health benefits and medicinal properties.
Looking for plant-based protein to top your salads or buddha bowls? Look no further. These Herb and Lime Infused Baked Tofu will surelyadd such a nice and fresh taste to your bowl. Squeeze in some extra lime befores serving for an extra citrus-y taste!