“All the risotto taste with none of the risotto pain in the arse.”

Baked Chicken Risotto

Oh heck yes, the cold weather I have been waiting for is finally here. I’m a weirdo who loves the cold weather. Purely for the food I crave. All I need is an ice-cold morning to get me craving comfort food.


My ultimate comfort food is risotto. It just screams winter and cosiness and that amazing feeling of a full belly under a warm blanket. The problem with risotto though is that its just so fucking time consuming to make.


Now let me get this straight with you, before I release this baby into the wild. This is not my real risotto recipe. It’s not the risotto you serve when you want to smugly blow your guests away. This recipe is when you’ve had a shit of a day, are craving some heavy carbs but don’t want to slave over a stove for the next 45 minutes. Don’t get me wrong, it’s still delicious. And super simple, kinda like set and forget. Just not exactly how a real risotto should be.


SO here it is, your welcome by the way.  It will definitely be making your regular rotations this winter.

For a pdf recipe click here. Baked chicken risotto

Baked chicken risotto


The weather is beautiful in SA again. It is time to spend time in the sun at the beach with this SUPER easy salad. Oh and perhaps some loved ones too, but that’s optional.

I love Yiros and deconstructing it just makes me feel like I’m fancy and shit on Masterchef. What could be fancier than taking a good thing and turning into a salad? Well lots of things, but hey, the family love this one (obviously apart from the god-forsaken tomatoes that are apparently the devil).

We cook this salad at home, put in containers and take it down to the beach to eat. It’s so fresh, it just needs that crashing ocean soundtrack while you enjoy it. Surprisingly, it still works without the soundtrack at home, who would have thought??


Enjoy, cook, share. It makes me happy.


Happy cooking.






Who loves something you can bang up at the start of the week and have awesome lunches for the rest of the week? Well me. Sometimes. Other times I make big batches up and eat 5 serves for dinner. But hey, for those of you out there with control, this is a great meal prep recipe.

If you are into coriander in a big way, these are for you. If you don’t like coriander, you are dead to me. Jokes, it works without the coriander but you are MISSING OUT. The lime in this recipe gives you a sassy tang that would give Miss G a run for her money.

You can freeze the cooked chicken mix, and make up the guacamole and salsa. As long as your sour cream is in date, the guacamole is good for a while. I use 40 second brown rice tubs and just layer the bowls up. It seriously takes about 2 minutes and it is next level delicious!

So have a little non-authentic trip to Mexico with these bowls of taste explosions. Here is the recipe. Enjoy, cook, comment, tag.

Fajita Bowls

Big hugs,





I really don’t know if there is much I need to say about dumplings. Everyone loves them, right?? They are SUCH a good recipe to have in your “bank” because you can make a big batch and freeze them in bags. Then at any time the craving hits, they are ready to go in less than 15 mins. Now that’s the sort of food that makes me happy!!

The recipe is below, click the pic or the pdf link and enjoy my friends….

Dumpling recipe

Tag me in your pics or comment below, I love to hear!

Big love,