The Four A’s! Antioxidant, Anti cancerous, Anti inflammatory and Anthocyanin content!!!!
The raspberry is all four of these things and now considered to be a super healthy fruit. I love raspberries, I am attracted by colour, feel, taste! you name it! And I was ecstatic to see that Deliciously Elegant had put up a stunning fresh Raspberry tea that I just had to try! And share with you all x
It’s wonderful and so delicious. Extremely refreshing and really raised my spirits. I am still sipping on it as I write to you all and am loving the soft plumped up raspberries and seeds that I am now getting a hit of towards the bottom of the cup!
A must try and very sooooon! Hope you enjoy it as much as I have 🙂
a few drops of fresh lemon juice
sweetener of your choice
• Pop the raspberries into a teacup and pour over hot boiling water
• Let the tea brew for a while 5 minutes or so, then squish them a little and stir in the lemon juice and sweetener
Put your feet up, sit back and enjoy!
Thank you sooo much for the inspiration and recipe Deliciously Elegant
A tantalising, aromatic and succulent quorn curry! One so appealing you could just chomp away on it’s own! Yes and I did lol!
A quick protein fix with satisfying tummy filling jeera rice! Just the type of meal if you want something that bit special! Full of flavour and impact ~ it was eaten by my nearly 3 year old and the verdict? “Mummy this is very tasty!” That’s all I needed to hear! Hope you enjoy, much love D x
Have a wonderful week x
1 medium white onion sliced in crescent shape
3 garlic cloves crushed
1 tsp grated ginger
Large handful of fresh coriander chopped
400g frozen quorn chicken style pieces
200g tomato passata
1 heaped tsp paneer masala
2 tsp cumin and coriander powder
⅓ tsp turmeric
⅓ tsp red chilli powder
¾ tsp salt or more to taste
Pinch of sugar
1 tbsp sunflower oil
• Heat the oil up on a medium heat and sauté the onion, ginger and garlic until onion is translucent
• Pour in the passata and and the rest of the spices and seasoning, reduce to a low heat, cover and simmer for 5 minutes
• Add half the chopped coriander and frozen quorn pieces. Combine and coat the pieces well. Thin out the tomato sauce by adding a little water. The quorn pieces should now be cooking and simmering in enough sauce, so that it is just soaked
• Cook and cover for a further 15 minutes on a low simmer
• Pour over more water if evaporated and season again if required. Stir in the remainder of the coriander and serve on a fluffy bed of white jeera rice
So true! And so beautiful x