Everyday Super Food by Jamie OliverJamie’s Everyday Super Food makes eating well exciting, delicious, easy and fun.
No matter how busy you are, you’ll find that healthy eating the Jamie way is both straightforward and achievable, making it super easy to choose exactly the kind of meals that suit you.
The book is divided into breakfasts, lunches and dinners, and every tasty meal is nutritionally balanced so that any combination over the day will bring you in under your recommended daily allowance of calories, allowing you to enjoy snacks and drinks on the side. You can eat Smoothie Pancakes with Berries, Banana, Yoghurt and Nuts for breakfast, Tasty Fish Tacos with Game-Changing Kiwi, Lime and Chilli Salsa for lunch and Griddled Steak and Peppers with Herby-Jewelled Tabbouleh Rice for dinner, and still be healthy! Whether you dip in and out of it, eat from the book Monday to Friday or use it faithfully every day for a month, it’s totally up to you.
In Everyday Super Food, Jamie’s done all the hard work for you - all you need to do is choose a delicious recipe, cook it up and, most importantly, enjoy it.
Every meal in this book is a good choice and will bring you a step closer to a healthier, happier you.
Mango rice pudding
I make these on a Sunday night and rack them up in the fridge, ready and waiting to be enjoyed with no effort in the days that follow. Vegetarian v Gluten-free gf. Hazelnut milk contains vitamin B12, helping us to think properly and stay alert, while hazelnuts are super-high in vitamin E, protecting our cells against damage. Makes 4 jars. Cooks In 50 minutes. Difficulty Not too tricky. Fat 6.
Green veggies have long been hailed as healthful foods that are good for us. Less well known is that dark fruits, vegetables and grains are nutritional powerhouses as well. Black beans, black lentils, black berries and black rice. Black rice recipes are not that easy to spot. Very pleased to have come across this black rice pudding recipe.
My twist on Jamie Oliver's black rice pudding.
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Sorry for the terribly long break in the blogging. My only mild complaint would be that you seem to need an endless array of exotic ingredients for some of the recipes. It took me ages to find the black rice for the recipe. Everywhere I went they just tried to sell me wild rice which is a dark brown colour but has really long grains. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
Hazelnut milk contains vitamin B12, helping us to think properly and stay alert, while hazelnuts are super-high in vitamin E, protecting our cells against damage. Meanwhile, peel and pit the mango, blitz the flesh in a blender with the lime juice until smooth, and pour into a bowl. Separately, toast the hazelnuts and coconut in a dry frying pan until lightly golden, then bash up in a pestle and mortar. Peel the bananas and tear into the blender, then blitz with the hazelnut milk, vanilla extract, and two-thirds of the black rice—depending on the sweetness of your bananas, you could also add a teaspoon of honey. Once smooth, stir that back through the rest of the rice—this will give you great texture and color.