GA Food Stories

Stories from Dimitra's kitchen

Sweet potato with tahini & dates

Sweet potato with tahini & dates

If you want a new kind of breakfast, this is for you. You can roast the sweet potato in the evening and reheat it in the morning.
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Glazed sweet potatoes with beluga lentils

Glazed sweet potatoes with beluga lentils

Sweet potatoes are such yummy superfood! This is a hearty, high in protein veggie meal that you can quickly put together. Sweet potatoes and lentils can be prepared up to 5 days ahead.
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Sweet potato with onions & avocado

Sweet potato with onions & avocado

I love sweet potatoes during winter. If you want something different and savoury, this is it. I can easily have it for breakfast or a light lunch.
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Probiotic miso beet soup

Probiotic miso beet soup

Light and tasty, perfect for any winter dinner. I always keep roasted beets in olive oil in the fridge, as they make wonderful soups, salads or side dishes.
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Vegan Tomato Soup

Vegan Tomato Soup

You would never tell that this creamy, delicious soup is dairy-free. It is perfect for a light, warm, winter dinner.
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Veggie Ramen

Veggie Ramen

I love Asian food, soups in particular. This is the easiest dish to put together, perfect for a warm, winter dinner. 
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Chicken fillets with sage, lemon & butter

Chicken fillets with sage, lemon & butter

A dish all kids will easily eat. Serve with Basmati Rice.
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Shortbread cookies

Shortbread cookies

The traditional Scottish cookie is glorious in all its simplicity. My kids could eat the whole batch for dinner with milk. The key here is the high quality of butter, soft at the consistency of mayonnaise. Also, always freeze your cookies before baking
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Roasted cauliflower with lemon zest and jalapeno

Roasted cauliflower with lemon zest and jalapeno

"Eat your greens" but make it tasty.

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Tagliatelle Carbonara

Tagliatelle Carbonara

The first and most simple rule: Carbonara is made with eggs, not cream. Once you make it, you will see how much easier it is. I have used guanciale in this recipe as the original recipe calls, but you can also use pancetta or even bacon - sorry my Italians. As for cheese, I have used Pecorino Romano, but you can use Parmesan just as well- sorry my Italians (again).

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Homemade mayonnaise

Homemade mayonnaise

Far easier than you think...
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