Poulterer’s pie

I think this is kind of the chicken equivalent to shepherd’s pie, hence the name (a poulterer being someone who keeps poultry). Although this meal is a bit of effort, it will easily serve two for two nights. It did seem like a bit of a random combination of vegetables, but infact, it all came…

Leftover all-in salad

Another lunch recipe, another way to hit your protein and superfoods quota! OK, that may be a bit of an optimistic spin, but considering this was whipped up with week’s leftover remains of veg, and some storecupboard ingredients, it’s pretty tasty and very healthy. You can tweak this recipe in line with what’s on the…

Amazingly delicious chicken tagine

This is a recipe that will take a bit of time and attention (unfortunately you can’t leave it cooking unattended all afternoon), but it’s one of the tastiest meals I’ve had this year, and you can easily make multiple portions. I was lucky enough to have homemade chicken stock to hand, which may have made…

Stuffed peppers

So I’ve been doing a lot of cooking from my trusty Primal Cravings book recently. This one is a little bit of effort but enough to do on a weeknight. I usually find a couple of tweaks from the book make the recipe work better for me, and this recipe is no different: I blanche…

Spiced chicken kebabs

I got the inspiration for the chicken kebabs from popularpaleo.com but I’ve included the whole meal I made below – it’s great for a weeknight meal as it’s very little effort, no need to marinate for hours on end, and quick to put together as well.

Spicy Chicken Curry

I found this recipe on BBC Good Food, and it’s really simple and very tasty. It’s pretty quick and besides the 7 different spices, the other ingredients you need are really just chicken, a veg to add to the sauce to complement the chicken (I used red pepper) and either passata or tinned tomatoes. And…