It's been a while since I've posted a recipe and Thai Green Curry is one of my favourites. I haven't had it since I was young and so I thought I'd put my own twist on it. As some of you may have noticed, I cook with a lot of Quorn. I don't actually remember the last time I cooked with meat and the only time I eat meat is when I buy food on the go. I thought I'd challenge myself to becoming a vegetarian to see if I could actually do it and to see if there is any change in my workout progress. So vegetarian or not, give this curry a go and let me know what you think!
This is another recipe using Quorn mince in place of beef mince. Cottage pie is a particular favourite of mine, especially in these cold winter months. It makes me feel warm and cosy and reminds me of days gone by where my Dad would slave away in the kitchen making it. Now it’s down to me to do the cooking, so I thought I would share the recipe. Enjoy!
I love a good spag bol (and I know I’m not the only one!) but we all know that you can’t possibly have a great tasting spag bol without the added sugars, salts and fats. Or can we? This is my favourite recipe for a Bolognese, with Quorn mince in place of beef mince. Quorn is high in protein, tastes great and is low in saturated fats so I use it wherever I can.
It's a tale as old as time, skipping meals will help you to lose weight. It makes sense right? You eat less, therefore the fat and calorie content going into your body is lower. It only makes sense that you'd lose weight almost instantly. Many people believe this myth, so here are a few reasons it's exactly that. A myth.