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I generally try to eat pretty seasonally but in a big country like Australia, sometimes we have a glut of fruit and veg when you least expect it. I guess it’s still warm enough up in QLD for tomatoes, as there was an abundance at the fruit monger the other day. I bought up a heap of cherry tomatoes and figured I would preserve some for later with rosemary, honey and garlic.
Try these tomatoes on bruschetta, in pasta sauces, with grilled steaks or in salads. The pickling liquid would also be yummy in a salad dressing.
I’m sure many of us have someone in our lives living with diabetes, and even if you don’t, the recipes in this book are great for anyone trying to eat well. I was one of four lovely ladies who wrote these recipes and they are all quick, delicious and healthy, great for weekdays especially. There’s also lots of great info about how to get started on eating well, healthy snack ideas, what to choose when eating out and more. The Australian Women’s Weekly have kindly (again!) let me share one of the recipes for my Asian-style chicken salad with you so be sure to check it out below.
These Indian-spiced fritters are my go-to dinner when we have nothing left in the vege drawer, as you can whip them up from pantry and freezer items, as long as you have a little squeaky haloumi cheese in the fridge. Well actually you can even use paneer cheese if that’s something you happen to have lying around. I just love the salty, melty quality that the haloumi gives the fritters.
These chicken fingers may look kidsy but they are a winner with my husband so we have them all the time. It’s a healthier way to eat crumbed chicken because it is baked, not fried. And the chilli in the bbq sauce gives it a little kick.
If making for children, you may want to use a regular or smokey mild bbq sauce.
The honey mustard yoghurt is a yummy dip for the chicken and you can also try it with potato wedges or in sandwiches.