Chef Sally Jane puts a twist on the old classic carbonara by swapping in some pumpkin puree and whole wheat pasta!
Sally Jane is an American chef and a food writer living in Beirut!
After attending the French Culinary Institute in New York City she gained experience in some of the US’s most interesting restaurants before moving to London and working as a private chef. It was working privately that her interest in healthy food took hold as her clients were always in search of healthy but delicious and creative food. Since then she’s worked in Paris, a sailboat in the Mediterranean, Amman, and now Beirut where she’s teaching cooking classes and catering.
A quick and easy recipe to create pickled red onions using healthier ingredients. Picked red onions are something I keep in my fridge at all times to add a zing to everything!
Chef Sally Jane cooks a savory oatmeal with garlicky greens and a fried egg - a hardy meal to get you through the day!
Bored of your usual lunch? Chef Sally Jane to the rescue! Check out her new recipe, Buckwheat Wrap with Beetroot Hummus - easy and super delicious!
Goat Cheese and Super Healthy Homemade Chia Power Brittle. A quick and easy recipe to enjoy a delicious and healthy snack!
This recipe comes from the delightful Hemsley & Hemsley Café in Selfridges, London and celebrates Ayurvedic traditions. Not only is it delicious, but it’s the perfect way to absorb the many health benefits of turmeric and enjoy the anti-bacterial properties of raw honey. Both the black pepper and the fat in the coconut oil optimize the absorption of turmeric’s anti-inflamatory super powers. Do you really need any more excuses to give it a try?
This salad is just bursting with superfood goodness! I love the slightly crispy chickpeas in contrast to the sweetly roasted sweet potato mixed in with the earthy greens!
This flavor-filled recipe, packed with protein and fiber from the
lentils and quinoa, good fats, and lots of greens, makes it a go-to for me on a busy night. Plus it tends to taste better the next day when the flavors have settled –just loosen up your curry with a bit of stock or water and you have lunch the next day sorted.
These hearty pancakes that are traditionally from the South of France, make for a sophisticated and healthy light meal. However don’t stop there! You can use chickpea flour to make a variety of pancakes, sweet and savory, and top them with all manner of ingredients.