Many curry recipes have a lot of ingredients and because of that, people are often put off by them. So we decided to simplify this recipe to make it quicker and easier to cook but still a delicious curry full of flavour. You can use any pumpkin for this recipe. We used organic jap pumpkin. Traditionally this curry is eaten with brown or basmati rice and bread but it’s bursting with flavour so you can eat this curry with other steamed vegetables or vegetable curries as well. This is a good way for you to increase your vegetable consumption. Make sure your curry powder is free from fillers and gluten-free if you are gluten or wheat intolerant. One which is made purely with spices is best.
This frozen mango slice is a refreshing summer treat for a hot afternoon that can be enjoyed by everyone as a dessert or snack. It’s gluten-free, dairy-free and refined sugar-free. A healthier substitute for the typical ice-cream or icy poles which are filled with processed sugar that many people crave in the hotter months. This recipe contains coconut cream for a creamy dairy-free substitute to dairy cream or yoghurt.
Christmas is a time for celebrations. When you have family and friends over you have to spend some quality time with them rather than slaving away in the kitchen. You’ll easily jingle all the way with this guilt-free, gluten free, dairy free, sugar-free, vegan and eggless Christmas cake recipe. You only need three ingredients with optional spices to make this yummy cake and it’s really simple. We used one black tea bag but you could make a stronger tea. The tea helps bring out the flavour of the fruit. This cake is vegan-friendly with no butter and eggs, so everyone can enjoy.
The recipe below makes a regular sized cake. If you want a larger cake you can double the quantities.