Posts Tagged ‘leek’

Mushroom Spinach Gnocchi | I Spy Plum Pie

Recipe: Mushroom Spinach Gnocchi

You’ve probably noticed that I’m a big fan of simple, quick dinner options and this one well and truly fits that bill as well. You can have this mushroom spinach gnocchi on the table in no time at all, plus it only needs one pot. Perfect for a mid-week meal – oh and it’s delicious too of course!

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Sweet Potato Zucchini Risotto | I Spy Plum Pie

Recipe: Sweet Potato Zucchini Risotto

I don’t make risotto all that often but whenever I do I’m reminded how much I like it, and this sweet potato zucchini risotto is no different! It takes a little effort to make, but it’s well worth it and reheats really well. I tend to make a big risotto on a Sunday and then have dinner sorted for the next couple of nights – perfect!

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Recipe: Minted Pea and Potato Soup

Soup season is definitely upon us! This minted pea and potato soup can be on the table in under half an hour, making it a perfect mid week dinner option served with some crusty bread, or a delicious weekend lunch. The potatoes make it super creamy without even needing to add any actual cream, making it kinder on our winter waistlines too!

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Recipe: Lentil Stuffed Capsicum

Stuffed vegetables are often my go-to for meals where lots of sides and salads were being served and everyone else is having some kind of meat. They are hearty and warming, but also easy to prepare in advance, making them an excellent mid-week winter meal idea. This time around I’ve gone for a lentil stuffed capsicum, and it sure is delicious!

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Recipe: Herby Israeli Couscous Salad

Israeli couscous is by far one of my favourite salad bases, it’s filling, slightly nutty in flavour and combines well with so many other ingredients. I first made this salad as part of a dinner for my folks and it was so well received I knew I wanted to whip it up again for some work lunches! So here it is, my herby Israeli couscous salad!

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