Garlic is one of those superfoods with so many health-giving benefits that there is no excuse not to consume it at every opportunity. This slow-roasted garlic recipe results in garlic that is milder and sweeter than raw garlic but still has all the nutritional benefits.
This salad sparkles. Cherry tomatoes have a wonderful sweet acidity of their own, enhanced here by the ginger juice and rice vinegar. Layer in umami and seasoning from the wakame seaweed and soy sauce, and you have a cherry tomato and wakame salad that stands on its own or would complement a robust main dish.
Cauliflower is a versatile vegetable. Here, it used two ways: a panko-crumbed cauliflower fillet, and second, it was combined with ricotta as a creamy topping. Your guests will ask, what is this?
Chicken, like tofu, is one of those ingredients that takes on the flavours it is cooked with. Those flavours become part of its flavour. In this miso ginger chicken recipe, the chicken clearly welcomes the sweet and salty ginger miso marinade and basting. The pomelo salad adds to the magic.
After eating ratatouille at a French restaurant, I couldn’t help thinking about how chef Gusteau’s ratatouille, in the movie of the same name, prepared by our culinary hero Remy the rat, looked so much more appetising, especially staged on a polenta waffle.
While these baked potatoes with a blue cheese topping work great as a side dish, they are so flavorful that they make an impressive appetiser or tapas-style dish.