This home-made chai recipe is ready in minutes and is sure to warm your cockles during this snowy weather. This dairy free version is made using oat milk and coconut milk powder which makes for a deliciously creamy and indulgent version.
My go to dish on boxing day is a dal, as long as you have the essential ingredient, red lentils, then you can pretty much make it from any leftover veg. This version uses sweet potato but it would be just as good with most left over root vegetables. The creamy coconut adds a touch of rich indulgence and is perfectly balanced with the aromatic cardamom.
This is a warming dish, perfect for a quick, weekday supper. Try to seek out purple and yellow heritage carrots as well as the classic orange, it makes for a pretty autumnal looking dish.
Whenever I get back from a holiday, the first thing I cook is a lentil soup. I literally sit on the plane thinking about how I can't wait to eat it. This Ayurvedic dish is great for digestion, and lentils include all sorts of beneficial nutrients such as magnesium, iron, vitamins and minerals.
This banana bread is a dream paired with a cup of tea, enjoyed with loved ones on a cosy afternoon. The cardamon and cinnamon add a real warmth to it. I've used bee pollen and compote for this recipe but you can get creative with your toppings, pairing with coconut yogurt with berries or nuts and seeds.
Buckwheat pasta is a great alternative to wheat based pastas. We have combined it with a delicious pesto that packs in fresh basil flavours and a cashew and fennel seed crumb that adds a crunchy texture and earthy notes.
We are always experimenting with this original super food and our broccoli bread is definitely a keeper. It’s simple to make, full of goodness and surprisingly tasty. Even our boys in the kitchen were gobbling it back! We have served it with a delicious quinoa, brown rice, avocado and pomegranate salad.
A proper hearty soup is a sure fire way to get you in the mood for winter. The big question is; should it be chunky or should it be smooth? On a cold day we’re very happy to gulp down either, but if there ever were a queen of the smooth soups then this silky classic is it.
Smoothies and juices are a really easy way to boost your daily nutrient intake and should form a welcome addition to your diet. We like to make this quick but also really tasty green juice in the morning if we know that we are going to be rushing around all day and will need an extra lift.
This month The Detox Kitchen competed amongst the porridge greats in Rude Health’s 2015 Porridge Championships. We created a cardamon and coconut sprouted oat porridge with blackberry, beetroot and lime compote, bee pollen, coconut yoghurt, apple and honey pecans.
This raw kale salad was a massive hit at our supper club on the 12th of August. The trick is to coat the kale leaves well, and massage as you go to ensure the kale is lovely and tender. The asian inspired dressing is made from our favourite almond butter, Pip & Nut.
This is a delicious summer recipe combining crunchy chickpeas with a smooth avocado mayonnaise and seasonal yellow courgetti.
The chicken is perfectly balanced by the light, creamy avocado salad and sweet-spicy salsa made with mango.
Here's one of Lily's delicious recipes from The Detox Kitchen Cookery School - Feb 28th 2015. This recipe has an incredible depth of flavour and texture- give it a go at home and let us know how you get on!
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