In the Purchon household we love to eat healthily and we’re always trying new things, but even our children have their limits. In my monthly blog, I teach you how to cook the dishes which our children most enjoy. Our rule of thumb is this: If the children say it isn’t worth repeating, it doesn’t get a mention.
Avoiding breakfast cereals? This unusual recipe will be a great addition to your repertoire. Spend just ten minutes putting it together the night before and wake up to a delicious breakfast with huge health benefits.
It's barbecue season! These sausages are perfect. They're filling and substantial, just like meat, but are a much healthier way of getting your protein fix. Nuts are naturally cholesterol-free and contain heart-healthy fats, fibre, and protein.
Koftas are Middle Eastern meatballs, and they’re delicious stuffed in a pitta and served with salad and a tangy yogurt sauce. Turkey makes a healthy alternative to lamb, and the broad bean salad is packed with fibre and nutrients.
This recipe was inspired by a classic Greek dish called Avgolemono. It has a velvety texture which is very moreish, and it contains a whole host of vitamins and minerals thanks to the spinach and lemon. For a warming soup which is filling enough to serve for dinner, read on.