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We like to spend more time enjoying our food than prepping and cleaning up! These dishes only take one pot or pan to prepare, so you won't have a load of washing up to deal with, just a delicious meal to enjoy.

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How To: 1. Add the spices to a large pan and dry fry for a minute until fragrant, stir occasionally to stop it burning 2. Add the onion and coconut oil for 8 mins until softened then add the garlic for a

Turmeric Cauliflower Soup and Coriander Oil | HEMSLEY + HEMSLEY - healthy food and living

How To: 1. Add the spices to a large pan and dry fry for a minute until fragrant, stir occasionally to stop it burning 2. Add the onion and coconut oil for 8 mins until softened then add the garlic for a

How To: 1. Cut the meat into 3cm cubes, retaining the fat as it will flavour the stew. Place in a large saucepan and pour in the water or broth. Bring to the boil, then cover and quickly reduce the

Mum’s Beef Sinigang | HEMSLEY + HEMSLEY - healthy food and living

How To: 1. Cut the meat into 3cm cubes, retaining the fat as it will flavour the stew. Place in a large saucepan and pour in the water or broth. Bring to the boil, then cover and quickly reduce the

This is the ultimate breakfast, though we’d happily eat it at any time of day. To keep your morning as chilled as possible, get your oven to do all the hard work for you. Place everything in your largest dish, bung in the oven – et voilà! In a matter of minutes (13, to be exact), a delicious meal awaits. For the avo fans among you, chop up some avocado and add on top when it’s cooked.

One Pan Full Monty Breakfast | HEMSLEY + HEMSLEY - healthy food and living

This is the ultimate breakfast, though we’d happily eat it at any time of day. To keep your morning as chilled as possible, get your oven to do all the hard work for you. Place everything in your largest dish, bung in the oven – et voilà! In a matter of minutes (13, to be exact), a delicious meal awaits. For the avo fans among you, chop up some avocado and add on top when it’s cooked.

Introducing Chicken Tinola, a favourite dish of the Philippines and a taste of our childhood. This soupy stew is great for restoring one's health - homemade chicken stock is key. Onions, garlic and ginger are added before being topped up with chicken and veg. Serve with a squeeze of lemon juice for an immune-boosting dish that is flavoursome, soothing and warming.

Chicken Tinola | HEMSLEY + HEMSLEY - healthy food and living

Introducing Chicken Tinola, a favourite dish of the Philippines and a taste of our childhood. This soupy stew is great for restoring one's health - homemade chicken stock is key. Onions, garlic and ginger are added before being topped up with chicken and veg. Serve with a squeeze of lemon juice for an immune-boosting dish that is flavoursome, soothing and warming.

Beef Stew  There is nothing better than a bowl of nourishing comfort food, and here is one of our all-time winners. Just take a cheap cut of meat such as shin or oxtail, add some water and chunky veg and slow cook it for a delicious and highly nutritious meal. The simmered bones provide a real stock full of richness, essential fats and minerals, and slow cooking makes the meat succulent.  Click photo for recipe

Beef Stew | HEMSLEY + HEMSLEY - healthy food and living

How To: 1. If using the oven, preheat to 140°C. 2. Start by seasoning the meat with a quality sea salt and black pepper (and dusting with buckwheat flour if browning the meat). 3. Heat a little ghee or butter

Squash, Red Lentil and Coconut Curry  his is a simple, no fuss, one pot, colourful supper and children love the sweetness from the coconut and butternut squash. We’ve been making versions of this dish for the last 4 years – friends love it because it’s tasty, healthy and easy to knock together – in fact this little curry was the inspiration for our cooking classes and later – our company.  Click image for recipe

Squash, Red Lentil & Coconut Curry | HEMSLEY + HEMSLEY - healthy food and living

How To: 1. Peel the squash and dice into 1 inch chunks 2. Place the garlic, onion, ginger and squash into the pan with the creamed coconut and cover with just over 2 litres (8 cups) of water or homemade bone

Dutch Apple Pancake, perfect for breakfast in bed!

Dutch Apple Pancake | HEMSLEY + HEMSLEY - healthy food and living

How To: 1. Preheat your oven to 200°C 2. Heat 15g of butter in an ovenproof 9inh frying pan/skillet 3. Cut the apples length ways, first into quarters and then into thirds, removing the core if you like 4. Fry