4 sweet potatoes
4 sausages (preferably gluten-free & free-range, I used the Paleo Snags from Young Farmers)
2 large red onion (or fennel bulb), sliced thinly
1 tbs honey Coconut oil/butter/ghee
Preheat your oven to 180C. Pop the whole sweet potatoes on a baking paper lined tray & drizzle with your oil of choice. Pop in the oven for 45-60 mins or until soft to touch. In a frypan heat about a tbs of oil, butter or ghee and add the onion or fennel (or both) and sauté until the onion is translucent & soft. Add the honey and cook until caramelised. Pop that in a bowl & set aside. In the same frypan (ain’t nobody got time for washing multiple frypans) cook your sausages. Once all elements are done, cut the sweet potato lengthways, pop the sausage in, top with the fennel or onion & dig in.
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It’s my goal to help people to get comfortable again in the kitchen through cooking classes, workshops and easy recipes and empower people to take back control of their own health, starting with food. Did you know we are now one of the fattest nations on Earth?
I want to help create a nation of people who are nourishing themselves and their families so that they can thrive not just survive and that start with the concept of JERF- Just Eat Real Food.
Every time you eat is an opportunity to nourish your body.
Let’s be honest though, some days adulting is hard and you really have neither the time nor the inclination to go getting all “Masterchef” in the kitchen and you’re fresh out of fermented-sprouted-activated- supercharged-unicorn dust to rustle up any kind of magical super food extravaganzas.
I get it and I want to help you nourish the little (and big) bodies in your life with as little fuss and as much nutritional bang for your buck as possible because eating healthy food doesn’t need to be time-consuming or expensive and it absolutely doesn’t require always incorporating the latest super food on the market. It all starts with real food. The stuff you find at the fruit shop, or the butcher, or the fish market. The stuff that doesn’t come packaged with an ingredient list a foot long. You know, that stuff that your great grandparents would recognise as food? That’s the stuff that makes you feel good from the inside out and when it comes to fuelling all the bodies in our lives we all want them to feel and be the best they can and that starts with food. Here’s a couple of my favourite go-to recipes when I need minimum fuss but maximum taste & nourishment.
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