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SALADS AND SIDES

Green Kimchi
20 MINS

Green Kimchi

EAT TO BE HEALTHY / SALADS AND SIDES / AUTUMN / SPRING / WINTER

A lighter take on a traditional red kimchi, this nourishing green kimchi recipe is one that works as an accompaniment to all manor of dishes. We love it alongside brown rice with wilted greens and poached organic chicken or fish, while it is also delicious alongside chargrilled vegetables with a light dressing. If you are […]

Bitter Leaf Salad

Winter Citrus Salad with Radicchio, Fennel & Soft Cheese

MAIN DISHES / SALADS AND SIDES / WINTER

This wonderfully light salad celebrates many of our most nutritious winter ingredients.  The bitter flavours found in radicchio help to stimulate the liver, with fennel acting as a wonderfully soothing digestive tonic and fresh orange providing valuable vitamin C, useful in these colder months. With such vibrant colours, this recipe makes for a beautiful dinner […]

kale-salad
20 MINS

Raw Kale, Turkey, Cranberry & Candied Chestnut Salad

SALADS AND SIDES / CHRISTMAS / WINTER

This salad is a delicious, light way to use up leftover turkey in the days after Christmas. With such a lovely combination of seasonal, winter ingredients, it’s one of our favourites through the winter and equally good with shredded chicken, should that be closer to hand.

Parsnip Recipe
30 MINS

Sherry Roast Parsnips with Chestnuts & Honey

SALADS AND SIDES / AUTUMN / CHRISTMAS / WINTER

This is a delicious way to cook parsnips, using lots of festive flavours that really bring out their sweet earthiness. Being glazed in the pan, this recipe also saves on space – useful on Thanksgiving or Christmas Day when the oven is probably at its fullest.

Romanesco Recipe
20 MINS

Chargrilled Romanesco Salad with Spiced Cashew Nut Dressing

EAT TO BE HEALTHY / MAIN DISHES / SALADS AND SIDES / AUTUMN

The vibrant, spiced cashew dressing in this salad really brings winter vegetables to life. Rich and creamy, but without dairy, it’s a favourite on our Eat to be healthy courses at our Cookery School in the Cotswolds. Utterly versatile, try using it to dress shredded celeriac or red and white cabbage to make a delicious […]

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