This recipe is cheap to make and can be eaten as breakfast, lunch or even a hardy dinner meal. I have used cannellini beans and chickpeas in this recipe however you can use whichever bean are in your pantry, such as butter bean, borlotti beans, or even four bean mix. This is a amped up version of your baked beans on toast with all the tasty Italian flavours of tomato, garlic & rosemary.
This is one clean salad packed with all the good stuff. Whether it’s a light dinner, as a side or meal prep weekday lunches this salad is as healthy as it comes. Low in calories, anti inflammatory, vitamin enriched, and a good source of iron and plant protein.
Cauliflower is packed with nutrition and one of my favourite ways to eat it is flavoured with turmeric and roasted to just crispy on the outside but soft in the centre. Roasting gives that smoky flavour and adds depth to the vegetable that otherwise to some can taste a little bland. Add it to a delicious rice or quinoa based salad and you have one healthy power salad.