Does the chip aisle call to you in the supermarket? “Crispy salty goodness....” We get it. Here’s a fun healthy baked alternative. We have explored chip-making with our addictive zucchini chip recipe. Today we bring you a power-combo of radish and cinnamon sugar. I will wager you’ve never thought of putting these two things together. But these little numbers are guaranteed to give you cause for celebration. They are spicy, earthy warm, a little bitter, and a little sweet.
These chips are the perfect balance between healthy and craving-satisfying. They are thin, crunchy and tasty. You might want to prepare plenty, allowing you to put some away for later. You won’t regret it! What you need: 5 medium zucchinis Olive oil Salt and pepper to taste 1 tsp cumin seeds (optional) 1 tsp smoked paprika (optional) Method: Slice the zucchini, with a mandolin preferably. Preheat the oven to 110 degrees C, fan forced. Line several baking trays with baking pa
We love hummus in our home. It’s such a versatile addition to any table, plate or lunchbox and I have been known to serve it: – Straight up – As part of a picnic spread – As a veggie burger topping – As part of a Poke-bowl dish – As part of a cheese board – As a salad topping -And the list continues. This beautiful, creamy recipe is delicious as an original version, but can be jazzed by the simple addition of one vegetable of choice. We love beetroot (raw, peeled and roughly
So last week, your kids loved bananas- couldn’t get enough of them. This week at the shops- you bought a huge bunch to keep up with the demand. And then… this week the kids don’t like bananas anymore! Sound familiar? If you aren’t up to trying our extremely popular Pisang Goreng here is a super moist, not so sweet banana bread. You can still show those scorned bananas some love and not lose them forever to the bin! Inspired by Donna Hay, I choose to halve the sugar she use