Caprese salad is a summer staple – and for good reason, it’s delicious! This slow roasted caprese salad has all the deliciousness of the classic, just taken to a whole new level. As the name suggests, it takes a little longer to prepare but it sure is worth it!
The second of my Christmas day salads I wanted to share is this pea asparagus fennel bocconcini salad. It’s fresh, light and super tasty – making it a perfect addition to a big feast. It works really well as the green salad for a BBQ or picnic too!
This roast pumpkin and brussels sprouts baked gnocchi is the perfect winter dinner – hearty, warming, cheesy and delicious. You get plenty of veggies, along with some cheesy goodness – an excellent balance. I highly recommend you give this one a try!
I don’t cook a whole lot of pasta meals, but when I do I like to keep them as simple as possible with just a handful of fresh vegetables and no heavy sauce. This is a perfect example of that, it doesn’t involve much work but it is full of delicious flavours – just what you need for a quick meal on a warm Spring night!
The beauty of this salad is in its simplicity. It relies on the flavours of the fresh produce, brought together with a tangy lemon dressing. It looks much fancier than it really should given it takes mere minutes to pull together. I highly recommend it as a side at a BBQ, or as a quick and easy mid-week salad served with some protein of some kind (a poached egg works perfectly!). You can prepare it all ahead of time, just store the ribboned zucchini in a sealed container in the fridge and add the dressing when you are ready to serve. Easy as that!