Recipe Inspiration for Self Isolation
With the long road ahead for flattening the curve of the current COVID-19 pandemic, many of us are looking for some self isolation inspiration to cook nourishing, easy meals at home.
So – we’ve rounded up a few of our favourites to keep you going.
In this trying time, not all ingredients may be readily available, do what you can to substitute ingredients – it may lead to some experimenting, and it could even turn out better than the original! If your kids are at home with you, get them involved too. There’s lots to learn about measuring, multiplying and patience when it comes to cooking, and it might even encourage them to eat something new.
Packed to the brim with fresh nutritious ingredients to support a weakened system, we’ve also incorporated some Flannery’s favourites such as SuperFeast’s Mason’s Mushrooms and bone broth to give your stressed immune system a powerful KICK! As Hippocrates famously said, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”
This is not your average pumpkin soup. It’s a little bit fancy and sure to be a winner with family and friends. The crunchy kale and pepita topping adds flavour, texture and additional nutrients to this soup.
This dairy free, creamy salmon and spinach pasta is filled with fibre, healthy fats, complex carbohydrates, protein and omega 3 fatty acids.
Recreate an authentic Thai Green Curry with perfectly balanced flavours. A family favourite that will make your weekly curry night go from average to authentic within minutes.
Beans are an excellent source of protein, fibre, vitamins and minerals that promote our health. They are very low in calories and saturated fat, making them a great choice for a protein-rich breakfast.
Spelt is a fantastic option for those seeking lower-gluten flour alternatives for easier digestion (note, spelt is not GF and is simply lower in gluten).
The easiest most tasty treat that the entire family will enjoy! This layered homemade chocolate twix bar has three parts… cookie, caramel & choc. These bars are also perfect to keep in the freezer for whenever you’re in the need for a sweet pick-me-up.
Old school cakes are just the best. A few memories, simple flavours and quality ingredients are what makes the best cakes. This recipe has it all!
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