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n ancient China, black rice was set aside for the Emperor and royal family due to its health benefits. Antioxidant-rich (one spoonful of black rice contains more antioxidants than a spoonful of blueberries), it also contains vitamins, minerals and fibre.... namely iron and vitamin E. Black rice [...]
This is based on kedgeree principles but made in a risotto style.... so the best of Indian flavours with Italian finesse (but no cheese). You can of course change up the ingredients to suit but smoked fish is the key element here. I used to make kedgeree for Sunday brunch many years ago, using [...]
Not at all related to the white potato, this tropical tuber (that we call Kumera in New Zealand) comes in yellow, orange and purple varieties. It’s full of vitamins B6, C and D, as well as iron, magnesium and potassium. This fat burning food is very versatile – try it roasted, mashed, steamed, [...]
The hint of sweetness from the maple syrup in the dressing of this raw cauliflower salad is really lovely. It’s a bit of a paleo dish, with cauliflower replacing rice or couscous in a salad that adds flavour and texture to a chicken or barbecued meat dish.