Hello and happy Friday everybody! Welcome to another Food Friday instalment and today I thought I would share 3 of my current favourite lunches.
Here on the blog, I have two Mayflower Currie recipes. Initially, I posted my Mayflower Curry Fakeaway recipe and then I posted a different version which can be made in the slow cooker, hence my Slow Cooker Mayflower Curry recipe. Both are simple and delicious but today I decided to show you how I go about making it on the reg.
Welcome to my first Foodie Friday recipe video! Today we are combining a few of my favourite things! Fish, tomatoes and olives! Mmmmm, mm. Here’s how to make this delicious concoction that is both Slimming World and low Fodmap friendly. Happy days.
So, did Mayflower Curry just become even easier to make? Oh yes, it did! Smiles all round. Have you checked out my Mayflower Curry recipe? The original recipe is here which includes the ingredients if you would like to have a look. Go on, do yourself a favour and embrace the world of mayflower curry. It really is tasty and delicious and the number of times that I have made it is now countless.
Ever get the feeling that I like Slimming World Fries and fries related recipes? Well, I like fries and fries related recipes. So, if you do too then follow my blog – there is a strong likelihood of more.
So, where to go for a long awaited girly catch up? We decided to visit Nomad on the recommendation of a couple of the members of the group. Both had been to Nomad on separate occasions and had thoroughly enjoyed themselves.
This week I am continuing the recent pizza theme. This recipe is similar to the pizza toasts, but without the bread and, thus, the Healthy Extra B choice. A fantastic option for those days when you had porridge or toast for breakfast but are craving a pizza dinner.
Ok, so this is a pretty basic recipe but I think it will be helpful to both Slimming World followers and to me. So many of my recipes include some of the Slimming World staples that giving them their own page means I have them available as necessary.
Chinese has always been a thoroughly enjoyable takeaway for me. Interestingly, I never used to order rice unless somebody else wanted it. I was more of a noodles gal. But these days, especially since I discovered how rice and potatoes benefit my digestive woes, rice has risen through the ranks.
I love a good burger but I also love great taste. Many of the Slimming World Burger recipes I have tried seriously lack flavour and that just doesn’t cut the mustard. Not that I like mustard… So using a basic recipe as a starting point, I decided to develop things further…