Honey & Banana Smoothie is really simple to whip up quickly with common ingredients. Have it for breakfast or a tasty snack whilst on the go. How could something taste so good with so few ingredients. Great pick me up and energy boost!
Ingredients 1 large ripe banana fresh 1 tbsp of honey 1 tbsp of rolled oats 1 & 1/2 cups of milk (your choice) 1/4 tsp of ground cinnamon
Place all ingredients into a blender and blitz until combined and smooth.
Dahl Curry with Saffron Ghee is a nourishing recipe in many ways. Being a vegetarian dish with the option of chilli can be rewarding for a meat free dish and/or subtle spice. A warm bowl with steamed rice and a ladle off this exquisite dahl can truly be comfort food.
Ingredients 200g yellow split peas 1/8 tsp ground turmeric 1 tbs chopped shallots 1 tsp ground cumin seeds 60ml vegetable oil or 30ml coconut oil and 30ml saffron ghee 1/2 tsp whole black mustard seeds 10-12 fresh or dried curry leaves 2tbs peeled and finely sliced shallots 2 cloves of garlic, peeled and finely chopped 150g medium sized tomato chopped 1tsp of sea salt 300ml tinned or fresh unsweetened coconut milk 1tbs of ghee mixed with a few drops of Saffron Liquid Concentrate to garnish 1tbs of chopped coriander for garnish
> Wash the yellow spilt peas several times in changes of water and pick out any impurities.
> Put the yellow split peas along with 900ml of water and the ground turmeric into a heavy based pan.
> Bring to the boil and then turn the heat to low and cover, leaving the lid slightly ajar.
> Simmer the dal for about 45 minutes.
> Now stir in the chopped shallots and ground cumin.
> Cover and cook for further 15 minutes.If the dahl seems too thick at this point add up to 125ml of boiling water to your preference.
> The dahl at this stage should be a thick soup like consistency.
> Leave the dahl on a very low heat whilst you complete the last step.
> Heat oil/ghee in a separate fry pan over a medium heat.
> When hot, add the whole black mustard seeds.
> Once they start to pop, quickly add in the curry leaves, sliced shallots and garlic.
> Stir and fry until the shallots have slightly caramelised.
> Now add in the chopped tomato and continue to fry until softened.
> Once this is done add the contents of the fry pan into the pot of dahl, add the salt and coconut milk and continue to stir for a minute.
Granola with Honey is such a versatile recipe. Have it for breakfast, have it as a snack, you decide. This wholesome granola is easy to put together and easily stored to have with yoghurt or choice of milk.