Archive for July, 2012

Posted by Samantha Rentz on July 10th 2012

Sin-free Squash and Pepper Stacks INGREDIENTS 175g Camargue red rice 2 tbsp light olive oil 150g red onion, finely chopped ½ tsp cardamom seeds ½ tsp all spice 1½ tbsp raisins 100g vegetarian feta cheese, in small dice or 40g pine nuts, (toasted) 3 tbsp parsley, finely chopped 1 butternut squash (long fat-stem if possible) […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on July 10th 2012

Beetroot Salad with Balsamic and Goat’s Cheese Ingredients 2 bunches of loose red beetroots, trimmed, leaving 1 inch of stems intact Zest of 1 orange 1/2 cup orange juice 2 tbsp Coles balsamic vinegar 1 garlic clove, minced 1/2 tsp finely chopped fresh thyme 3 tbsp Coles extra-virgin olive oil 150g good quality goat’s cheese, […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on July 10th 2012

There are many reasons why vegetarian diets are becoming more common in today’s society – be they religious, ethical or simply a matter of personal preference. It’s important to know that there are different types and varying extremes of vegetarianism, but the basic underlying principle is that vegetarians choose not to eat any form of […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on July 10th 2012

Melon, bocconcini and Prosciutto Salad Ingredients 1 rockmelon ¼ watermelon 220g bocconcini 100g prosciutto ¾ cup torn mint or basil leaves grated rind and juice of 1 lemon 2 tbls olive oil Preparation method Using a small melon baller, scoop balls from 1 rockmelon and ¼ watermelon. Place in a salad bowl with a 220g […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on July 10th 2012

 Tuna Steak with Apricot Compote The oils found in fish such as tuna are rich in the ‘good fat’ omega-3 and are thought to help maintain a healthy heart. This recipe combines tuna with a savoury low GI compote made from apricots and tomatoes. Ingredients (Per person) 1 tuna steak (approx. 150g) ½ small red […]

Posted by Samantha Rentz on July 9th 2012

Looking to build a smoother, firmer bottom? Along with products, exercise and drinking lots of water, add these dimple-busting foods to your diet to help beat cellulite from inside out. EGGS: They’re packed with protein, for building collagen and elastin, plus lecithin which helps keep your skin smooth. More about the benefits of eggs: Eggs […]

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