Basic Asian-Style Poached chicken by Donna HayGUEST RECIPE / MAIN DISHES / EAT TO BE HEALTHY / SPRING / SUMMER / AUTUMN / WINTER
An extract from Donna Hay’s book Basics to Brilliance. Read Donna’s “5 minutes & a recipe” interview here. Once you have made this recipe, try it in Donna’s feel good chicken soup recipe.
Feel-Good Chicken Soup – A Guest Recipe from Donna HayGUEST RECIPE / MAIN DISHES / EAT TO BE HEALTHY / SPRING / SUMMER / AUTUMN / WINTER
An extract from Donna Hay’s book Basics to Brilliance using the basic Asian-style poached chicken recipe here. Read Donna’s “5 minutes & a recipe” interview here.
Celeriac and Sauerkraut Rösti with Poached Eggs and Halloumi by Eve KalinikGUEST RECIPE / BREAKFAST AND BRUNCH / MAIN DISHES / EAT TO BE HEALTHY / WINTER
The whole team at Daylesford are big fans of nutritionist and food writer Eve Kalinik and her brilliant new book, Be Good to Your Gut. This warming, feel-good recipe is perfect for January and is a great way to use seasonal celeriac. Both your gut and your tastebuds will thank you! This is one of […]
Overnight Wholegrain Pancakes by Renée ElliottGUEST RECIPE / BREAKFAST AND BRUNCH / SWEET / SPRING / SUMMER / AUTUMN / WINTER
Renée Elliott shared this recipe when we caught up with her for a quick chat. These American-style pancakes are great breakfast for kids, providing sustained energy. For a weekend treat, mix part of the batter on Friday night so the flour can soak and break down the phytic acid, and then on Saturday morning, finish […]
Pomegranate-Glazed Chicken Thighs with Red Quinoa SaladGUEST RECIPE / MAIN DISHES / SUMMER
Thomasina Miers was the winner of BBC MasterChef in 2005. She is a cook and food writer whose work has ranged from cheese-making and running market stalls in Ireland, cheffing with Skye Gyngell at Peterham Nurseries, to co-founding the restaurant group Wahaca. She is a mother of three, lives in London and has once again produced […]