Tag: Plant based

From waste to wow: banana bread

From waste to wow: banana bread

Having a bunch of spotted-skinned bananas sitting in my fruit bowl is definitely not a sight I cringe at: for me it is the thumbs-up for turning this bendy fruit from waste to wow: enter the world of banana bread. Now, the name in my […]

Summertime sweetcorn

Summertime sweetcorn

When my Riverford organic vegetable delivery arrived I was thrilled to spy three perfectly golden sweetcorn: summertime right there in my box. Wrapped in nature’s best packaging aka leaves with a tuft of what looked like wild hair on top, these fabulous parcels were destined […]

Exciting times – a new chef on the block

Exciting times – a new chef on the block

Exciting times here at Proper Nosh. To be honest, the last few weeks have been a bit of a whirlwind. Running my weekly health and wellbeing course with Coreability and getting over the last of this winter’s colds were part of it. With the dreaded […]

Gluten free: easy quinoa seed crackers

Gluten free: easy quinoa seed crackers

I love it when food is so tasty, you forget it is healthy and these gluten free quinoa seed crackers are the perfect example. And not only that: they are also incredibly easy to make. So, rather than grabbing a packet of crackers in the […]

Potato Fritters: turning the humble spud into a star

Potato Fritters: turning the humble spud into a star

Oh, the humble potato! I grew up in Germany, so you are probably not surprised to learn that I have eaten a good amount of spuds in my time. My mum used to make potato fritters for us – stacks of them were polished off […]

Buddha Bowl – a colourful bowl of deliciousness

Buddha Bowl – a colourful bowl of deliciousness

I love variety in my food, so  I guess for me one of the most delicious ways to do this is by making a Buddha bowl.  You can include as many different textures, tastes and colours on a plate as you can. But even hot and cold foods can be […]

Comfort food good for the soul – come & dive in

Comfort food good for the soul – come & dive in

Here is a recipe for a creamy and spicy soup for all who are in need of a bit of that warm belly feeling.  It’s so easy to assume that comfort food equals unhealthy but homemade soups like this will quickly prove you wrong.