Entries by Angelee Sidar


Spooky Pumpkin Pancakes

These babies are so light, so fluffy and so good they will have you howling for more Awooooooo! Ingredients 6 tbls pumpkin puree 1 1/2 cup of spelt flour 1 cup milk 2 tbls maple syrup 2 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp cinnamon 1/2 tsp nutmeg pinch of salt 2 tbls melted butter maple syrup […]


Nutty Bites

I don’t know about you but in the winter I need even more energy.  I literally need someone to kick me out of my bed!  I kind of want to eat more, do less and drink more!  So I find that rather than getting into some internal struggle called ‘guilt’… feed into it (within reason). […]


Crank up your Cauliflower

Serves 2-4 The humble cauliflower is such a gem of a veg, its a true chameleon.  It will adapt to its surroundings or even take on a completely different form like a pizza base or rice like consistency. This recipe is a twist on classic indian dish ‘Aloo Gobi’ which literally means potatoes, cauliflower.  My […]

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My love affair with Italy started as a teenager.  I remember watching a whimsical, cute love story called ‘Only You’ with Marisa Tomei on her journey to find her destiny.  The backdrop of Tuscany, her driving down the windy roads of the breath taking Amalfi Coast or running through the majestic streets of Rome in […]


Mint tea

Now don’t laugh, but this is the recipe… Ingredients 6- 8 mint leaves, washed Boiled water Method Add mint to a pretty china cup and add freshly boiled water…done!  Now you can get on with being a super hero!


Oven cooked masala lamb chops

Omg a serious flavor explosion with no added oil, this totally hits the spot on the weekend with an ice cold beer! Lamb is a great source of iron and this is finger licking good! INGREDIENTS Ready in 1 hour 10 min Serves 5-6 12 lamb cutlets 250g yogurt ½ a lemon juiced tsp garam masala ½ […]

Caramelised Pear and Buckwheat cake

Cakes I believe are for pleasure, but how amazing is it when you can still get a little goodness in.  This cake has that comforting factor, not too sweet but sweet enough.  There is something so satisfying about caramelised pears, its like pears were meant to be caramelised!   Simple to make and gets in […]


Flaky Cod with Ginger and Quinoa

  Love ‘one pot cooking…no mess, no stress and tastes great! There are times when pottering around  your kitchen with a glass of vino and your favourite  play list is just what you need and there are times you want minimum fuss and maximum pleasure! For the times you don’t want to potter around in the kitchen.  This one […]