Vegetable noodles or ‘voodles’ are so amazingly easy to create, you could use them as a base for a dish instead of carbs, or as a side like I am. This is quite possibly one of the easiest recipes of mine to date, I feel quite a cheat calling it a ‘recipe’ but alas. Ready in six minutes, a great way to introduce vegetables to the littles. Evie simply thinks the are ‘nuuudles’, she ate a whole bowl. Packed full of vitamins, you can either eat them completely raw or blanch them in boiling water for two mins, drain and dress.
Welcome to my new series on the blog: sides. To me, sides are extremely important, I sometimes eat more of them than the main meal. I’ve been known to go to a restaurant and make a meal out of a few sides. So I thought, I can’t be the only one who values them so much? So where best to start than with potatoes, comforting, cheap and so versatile.
Happy Friday everyone, thought I would pop up a recipe that is not only quick for the weekend, but super tasty too. If you are anything like me, loaded cheesy fries are an absolute must of a side dish. Along with lobster mac & cheese. But we are just sticking with the fries today, I’ve swapped out normal potato for some parsnips. Now please stick with me, it’s a great way to get some veg and I totally thinks parsnips are a little underrated. You can totally use them in more ways than on a Sunday roast. They are inexpensive, loaded with flavour and a heap of vitamins and iron.
Ok, so I’ve cut out the carbs, but loaded fries are supposed to be an indulgence right? Don’t you worry, my magic cheese sauce will have you wanting to lick the plate. In fact, I’d go as far to say that you will LOVE this cheese sauce. Add in a rainbow salsa and well, you’ve got something to impress at the dinner table. Who needs restaurant sides when you can make epic ones at home, now only if you had a burger to go with them….stay tuned.