The inspiration for this salad comes from Korea, Japan and Vietnam. The ginger, wasabi, sesame and soy dressing for this pretty salad does double duty as a marinade. Then once the steak has been perfectly cooked on the grill, it's tossed with lots of crunchy, fresh veggies and drizzled with its lively dressing. The result is pretty spectacular. The salad is perfect
Muffins are one of the easiest things to make and a lot less fussy than their pretentious cousin the cup cake. Lemon, sour cream and raspberries make the perfect combination for any baked goods, especially muffins. A drizzle with raspberry glaze and you've just taken the humble muffin to dizzying new heights (okay, a touch dramatic but you get my drift). Really you could use any
Creamy, chocolately make-ahead breakfast muesli with crunchy almonds and juicy strawberries. Seriously. Chocolate Strawberry Muesli. What's not to love?! The idea for this muesli sprang from Bircher muesli - an overnight muesli that was created initially by Dr Bircher-Benner in the early 1900's. I spruced it up a little with the addition of mineral rich cocoa, which is also high in fiber.
Fresh kiwifruit, jalapenos, garlic, onion, cilantro and lime juice combine with a wonderful amount of smokiness from the paprika to marry perfectly in this fresh and easy to make salsa with a twist. If you've never eaten kiwifruit salsa now is the time. It's absolutely delicious. And that my friends, is coming from a kiwifruit loather. Yes, it's true. There's few things I don't like when