Kale and Pesto Toast

Kale on toast may not sound too appetising… but pair it with some basil pesto, shallots and goats cheese and you have yourself a delicious meal for anytime of the day. We love making this recipe for a quick, simple and nutritious dinner. It contains minimal ingredients and takes less than half an hour to prepare. Want to know the health …

Creamy Pumpkin Soup

Pumpkin soup is a winter essential. So nourishing. The secret to the ‘creamy’ consistency is the inclusion of our own homemade cashew milk. To make your own simply blend 1 cup raw cashews with 3 cups filtered water and voila! Too easy. We’ve also added the warming and medicinal spice, ginger. Ginger is said to help with digestive complaints and …

Miso Eggplant

This miso paste is a Health Synergy staple – it is quick and easy to make and goes well with so many things (especially eggplant!) We recommend serving with sesame seeds, sprouts and Power Superfoods organic wakame flakes. Wakame seaweed is one of our favourite ways to add flavour and nutrients to our savoury dishes… It contains Vitamin A, B2, B9, …

Rainbow Buddha Bowl

What better way to get in some veg. This is one of our most popular savoury dishes, packed with flavour, nutrients and it has that ‘clean’ finish that leaves you feeling nourished and satisfied. We have added Power Superfoods organic nori flakes, a mild tasting seaweed harvested by hand from pristine waters off Canada.  Nori is very low in calories and …

Shakshuka

This dish is great for a weekend brunch or a quick and easy weeknight dinner. We have used biodynamic organic eggs however you can substitute with tofu for a vegan alternative or halloumi for an egg-free option.   We recommend serving with toasted sourdough bread, fresh herbs, chilli, a sprinkle of cumin and parmesan cheese. Ingredients 1 tbsp olive oil …

Ponzu Zoodles and Avocado Salad

A flavoursome Asian inspired salad, perfect on a hot day. This is an excellent accompaniment to serve with grilled salmon or your choice of protein. It is beneficial to have a good proportion of raw foods in our diets, which is much easier to achieve in the warmer months. Having said that, some people have difficulty digesting raw foods, in which …

Black Rice Sushi

Black rice has a delicious nutty flavour, similar to that of brown rice, and is loaded with nutrients and antioxidants. We love this healthy variation of the more traditional sushi rolls, that are generally made with white rice and sugar vinegar. Feel free to get creative with your choice of sushi fillings! We love to keep it simple with avocado, …

Tuna Salad Bowl

This tuna salad bowl is all my favourite foods in one meal. So fresh, healthy and delicious. We have used sashimi grade tuna, purchased from Fine Fish in Neutral Bay. As we always say, the quality of the produce is of utmost importance so we prefer to have high quality fish less often than having it more often and having …

Coconut Vegetable Samosas

Our take on traditional Indian vegetable samosas! These are made using Jimalie coconut wraps which can be purchased at most health food stores. For the filling, we use dried organic Australian grown chickpeas so these need to be soaked overnight and then boiled before they can be added to the vegetable mixture. We find these offer greater taste as well as …

Quinoa Stir Fry

This quinoa stir-fry is perfect for a light lunch, or can be served as an accompaniment with many of our dishes. We love to serve our ‘honey soy chicken’ on a bed of vegetable quinoa stir-fry. It is also a great option for a healthy packed lunch, as it can be served hot or cold. Ingredients  Serves 3-4 1 courgette, …

Asian Spiced Crab Omelette

We usually make this omelette as a lunch or dinner, however it is also great for Sunday brunch. It is really easy to make, yet always impresses our guests and is packed with protein and many other nutrients (not to mention that it is seriously flavoursome and delicious!). We recommend garnishing with fresh shallots, a wedge of  lemon or lime, …

Lemongrass Chicken Kebabs

As you may have gathered by now, we love thai flavours – lemongrass being one of our favourites. Lemongrass also has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, helping ward off illness. As we’ve previously mentioned, chicken is one of the most important foods to buy organic, to avoid synthetic antibiotics and hormones as well as pesticide laden foods that the chickens consume. …

Thai Spiced Crab and Avocado Timbale

Our Crab Timbale is the perfect light, refreshing and healthy dinner in the lead up to Summer, not to mention it is incredibly delicious! We love creating thai flavours with ginger, chilli, lime and mint – it goes with so many meals and is just so hard to beat. As you can probably tell by now, we love our avocado …

Healing Carrot and Ginger Soup

Words cannot describe how nourishing and flavoursome this soup is! Whenever I am not feeling 100%, this is my go-to meal. Ginger contains several medicinal compounds… It is great for relieving stomach complaints, nausea and calming a sore throat. Now that is my kind of medicine! Ginger is also a very warming spice so this soup makes for the perfect …

Quinoa Sushi

Japanese is hands down one of my all time favourite cuisines. Having recently moved house, we have noticed that our area (although packed with great cafes and restaurants) is a bit lacking in good asian food. So we decided to take matters into our own hands and have Japanese nights at home! We love serving our quinoa sushi as a …

Courgette and Halloumi Fritters

Another quick, simple and delicious recipe. This recipe is not dissimilar from our ‘Sweet Corn and Pumpkin Fritters’, but we wanted to share another variation with you. We find that fritters are the perfect dinner option after a long day at work when you don’t really feel like cooking, as they are so easy to make. However, they are also …

Chilli Crab Noodles

This dish is one of my Mum’s dinner specialties and if you ask me it is definitely restaurant standard! This dish sounds exotic but I think you will be surprised to find out how quick and simple it is… the secret lies in the quality of the ingredients. As with all of our recipes, we obtain fresh and sustainable produce, …

Sesame Crusted Tuna

This is definitely one of our main ‘go-to’ recipes when we have guests coming over for dinner. The great thing about it is that it can be almost ready before anyone arrives, the only thing that needs to be done at the last minute is grilling the tuna – and if you like it rare (as we do!) this will …

Brown Rice Truffle Infused Mushroom Risotto

Risotto is often one of the few vegetarian options available at restaurants, however it is traditionally made with cream and butter. We find these to be unnecessary ingredients and can easily be substituted with healthy alternatives such as organic cold pressed olive oil, or (as we have done for this recipe) black truffle oil…  You only need a drizzle of …

‘Creamy’ Thai Style Pumpkin Soup

In winter we find there is nothing quite like sitting down to a warm, nourishing bowl of soup… And as someone who has tried their fair share of soup, I can honestly say I am yet to find one as flavoursome and delicious as this! We have served this soup both as an entrée and as a main meal and …