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Vegan roasted veg with lemon tahini sauce

Vegan roasted veg with lemon tahini sauce

This vegan roasted veg with lemon tahini sauce is simply delicious. It is vegan, unprocessed and a great source of antioxidants. The combination of these veggies give you an abundance of vitamin C, K, B6, fibre, omega-3, protein and magnesium.The broccoli is also an alkalising food which is great for conditions such as auto immune conditions, RA, CFS, ME and even cancer prevention. The garlic is anti viral and antibacterial..great for boosting the immune system at this time of year…..and on top of all this goodness it tastes heavenly!

INGREDIENTS
1 cauliflower, cut into florets
2 tablespoons tahini
1 1/2 tablespoons coconut oil tsp. olive oil
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
1 cloves garlic
pinch of himalayan salt and ground black pepper (adjust to your taste)

DIRECTIONS
Preheat oven to 230c . Melt the 1 tablespoon of coconut oil and toss the cauliflower and broccoli in the oil, add the salt and pepper to season then pop in the oven for about 10 – 15 mins depending on how much “bite ” you want on your cauli / broccoli.

Heat the other 1/2 tablespoon of coconut oil in a pan and then add in the garlic (minced) to cook for a couple of mins before slowly adding the tahini , lemon and a little water to allow the sauce to adjust to the desired consistency. Simmer for a couple of mins before removing and stir well before drizzling over the cauliflower and broccoli.

Serve + enjoy = That’s it!
ps – you can add some fresh herbs like parsley or coriander to garnish or add some toasted pine nuts or sesame seeds. Be adventurous and try a few options to suit you. I garnished mine here with parsley and chilli.

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Cauliflower Gluten and Grain Free Pizza

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This recipe is just amazing!

The picture does not do it justice , but it is Devine!
It is super healthy and wheat and grain free too. The cauliflower becomes the pizza base so you are taking so many less calories but adding loads of nutrients in ! What’s not to love about this lovely little meal. You really feel like you are having a lovely treat.

Cauliflower is a really good source of fibre, it is loaded with vitamin C (antioxidant , collagen and neural support of cells ) , K ( bone and blood support) , B6 ( liver and blood support ) and a good source of omega 3 (heart health) and folates ( excellent for central nervous system health ) .

INGREDIENTS
Rapeseed oil
1 cauliflower
2 eggs
Feta cheese
Himayayan salt
Ground black pepper
Tomato paste or blended fresh tomatoes to make the sauce.
Handful of picollino or cherry tomatoes, sliced in quarters
Slices of onion
Handful of kale
1 cloves garlic crushed or grated
1 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
1 teaspoon oregano
1 teaspoon basil

DIRECTIONS
Heat oven to 180c Line a baking sheet or oven dish with baking paper and grease with the rapeseed oil.
Grate the cauliflower or whizz with a blender.
Then Mix in the eggs a bit of feta cheese , salt, pepper,garlic  and herbs.
Once combined, pat into a round on the oiled baking paper then bake until golden and the base is dried out. Turn and bake the underside. ( approx 15 mins each side)
I found if the base was too large then it broke up when I turned it so doing smaller individual pizza bases makes it easier to flip the base and cook both sides.
Top the pizza with the sauce, chopped tomatoes, onion, kale and more feta. Sprinkle with chilli flakes and Bake in the oven until melted for approx 5 mins.

Serve + enjoy = That’s it!

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Tuna bread

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When i need some healthy comfort food, this is my favourite feel good choice.

Eggs are a rich source of B2 which builds the blood and B12 which is great for the nervous system and mood …maybe this is why I find it so comforting.
Tuna is packed with protein and also packed with selenium , B12, B6 and B3. Selenium gets a good rep. For its antioxidant effect on the body and it can therefore help the body fight off diseases.
All that and yummy too.

So here’s how I make it.
INGREDIENTS
1 tin of tuna in spring water.
2 or 3 eggs depending on how hungry I am.
Add spices or herbs to suit you . 1 teaspoon of each .
For this I added turmeric (as it is amazing for its antioxidant properties ) , parsley ( rich in vitamin a,c, k,e , iron and fibre and chilli flakes.

DIRECTIONS
Pre heat oven to 200c
Drain the tuna and then Chuck all the ingredients into a silicone mould , I use a rectangular cake mould.
Mix up until the egg is mixed well into the rest of the mix.
Cook for approx 16-20mins.
Serve up with a side salad.

Serve + enjoy = That’s it!

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