Millet Stack Burger & Fries

This burger with fries has no bun, and no deep fryer, it’s a millet stack. After a bit of experimentation with our original millet burger recipe, and a few taste trials, we came up with this fusion of flavours. A great way to enjoy a grain that is easy to digest and naturally gluten free. (And I really…

Lentil Mushroom Broth

As the temperature falls (and the leaves do too!) soups seem to be just the thing… this one is really tasty featuring mushrooms and lentils – you can use brown or green lentils, we used a combination of the two. Really easy to make, it is like a flavourful homemade mushroom soup stock, cooked lentils and seared…

Persimmon Icecream

It’s amazing how delicious persimmons are, and how few people are familiar with them! A winter fruit which is a great source of vitamin C, they look stunning and taste delicious. But even fewer people are familiar with persimmon icecream. This icecream is a must-try. Fast. Convenient. Apricot-coloured. No sugar. Tasty.

Coriander Dressing for Tofu

Yum, look closely at the tofu in the picture, now imagine a balance of saltiness, sweetness, a touch of sour and the pungent fragrance of coriander, with a slightly crisp outer and soft inner on the fried tofu cubes. Totally yum, if you know anyone who says “tofu is tasteless” then try them on this recipe!…

Chickpea Curry

Tasty and satisfying with the goodness of chickpeas and flavour base from ginger, garlic, turmeric and cumin. The grated lime (or lemon) zest just gives it that final twang.

Savoury Seeds

We have had several requests for this recipe after serving these delicious savoury crunchy seeds sprinkled over the carrot & kumera soup. They are super easy to make, baked in 18 mins. Enjoy!