I feel like there's sometimes a misconception around risotto being a heavy dish. But this Asparagus and Prawn Risotto is actually quite light; lifted by the zest of lemon and the crunch fresh fennel, it's perfect for summer.
Deep smoky and gloriously smooth - I think I may even prefer this to traditional hummus...
It's safe to say I have a slight addiction to this dip. Beyond the fact that I love its outrageous colour, it also tastes great. Sweet from the beetroot yet spicey from the horseradish.
Fresh broad beans, creamy feta and zesty lemon bring this big green salad together. It's a winner for BBQs and goes really well with white fish.
I seem to be doing a lot of traybakes recently. Mostly, it's just a way to use up what's in the fridge but it's amazing what exciting dishes you can make, just by throwing a few things on a tray.
Piled high on top of thick garlic yoghurt, served with a runny poached egg and a side of warm sourdough, this is my favourite way to eat up leftover chilli.
Slow cooking courgettes never occured to me before but bringing these few, basic ingredients together over a low heat produces a dish that's both comforting and light.
Don't be put off by the word 'healthy', this dish has some big flavour oozing in from a rich gravy and lightly spiced mash.
Whip up this simple, light salad in minutes. For something slightly more filling, serve with a fillet of salmon or chicken.
When I was 17, I found out I have severe gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) - a fancy name for acid reflux, which has a huge impact on how I cook and what I eat.