Prawn & Vegetable Stir Fry

This simple and delicious stir fry was so easy and the whole delicious process took about 20 minutes. Totally gluten free, dairy free, salt free and sugar free – the flavour really packs a punch! The idea is to have everything about the same size so they cook evenly … this serves two people … mix it up and add whatever you have in the fridge — carrots, sugar snap peas, spinach, celery — go with your heart … Ingredients: 1 small red onion, finely sliced 1 small fennel bulb, finely sliced 1/2 red capsicum (pepper), finely sliced 1 cup broccoli florets, small pieces … Continue reading Prawn & Vegetable Stir Fry

Gluten Free Fish & Seaweed Soup

This gluten free fish and seaweed soup is an evolution from the sea vegetable soup I’ve made before. I felt to add some more spice and flavour to it … 1/2 cup dried sea vegetables/seaweed (I use The Healing Ingredient sea vegetable salad) 1 cup filtered water 1 large brown onion, sliced 2 tablespoons coconut oil 2 star anise 4 bay leaves, dried or fresh 250g fresh white fish, cut into 3cm cubed pieces (I used blue eye cod) 100g fresh green prawns, shelled and de-veined and cut into 3cm pieces 2 cups filtered water Soak the seaweed in 1 … Continue reading Gluten Free Fish & Seaweed Soup

Gluten Free Salmon Taco’s Sarah Style!

These gluten free fish tacos are a quick, simple and super delicious snack or meal. I was at the fish market this morning stocking up on fresh salmon. I buy the fillets as a whole side and cut them into pieces and freeze them in individual packs to have when I feel like them – love shopping that way. The thin ends of the salmon I sliced into strips … here’s how the tacos formed … About 250g fresh salmon fillet, sliced into strips about 3cm wide 2 tablespoons of sesame seeds 2 tablespoons of sesame oil 1 tablespoon of … Continue reading Gluten Free Salmon Taco’s Sarah Style!

Fennel, Celery & Kelp Noodle Salad

Kelp, seaweed and sea vegetables contain one of the most easily absorbed and highest levels of calcium and minerals we can consume. My lunch is a really important meal for me. It’s a time for me to stop for a little while and enjoy nourishing my body. I like to go for a little walk afterwards! Ingredients: Finely sliced fennel Finely sliced celery Finely sliced rocket leaves Flaked cooked salmon (I pre-roasted it with some cracked black pepper) Kelp (Seaweed) noodles (chopped) Cracked black pepper Dressing: Olive oil Lemon juice Toss all gently together and allow to infuse well before … Continue reading Fennel, Celery & Kelp Noodle Salad

Prawns with Fennel & Basil Stir Fry

Fennel is my absolute favourite food ever in the whole world. Fennel, combined with prawns, another absolute favourite food ever in the whole world, is truly a delight I can’t describe! Nicole and I felt like a hearty breakfast, but you could have this anytime of the day. Stir fry finely sliced fennel, snow peas (mangetout), broccoli florets in coconut oil with some dried herbs, garlic and onions. Add lots of fresh basil leaves right at the end. Stir fry fresh uncooked prawns in coconut oil with chilli and cracked black pepper. Serve in the morning sun with a steaming pot … Continue reading Prawns with Fennel & Basil Stir Fry

Fish Dumplings & Tamarind Lemongrass Curry

Sydney is inspiring me to create some amazing combinations and this one is incredible! The First Sydney Curry was made with lamb dumplings, but I know it would work with fish dumplings as well. I have never made fish dumplings before today so it was a complete experiment and one that has exceeded all taste bud magic x 1 billion. The curry paste: 1 large garlic clove or two teaspoons of minced or dried1 stalk of fresh lemongrass or two teaspoons minced or dried 1 tablespoon tamarind paste 10 ish kaffir lime leaves 10 ish curry leaves 1 heaped teaspoon … Continue reading Fish Dumplings & Tamarind Lemongrass Curry