Archive of ‘dinner’ category

Parsnip & Autumn Apple Soup

I’m sorry to say that I have been neglecting Graze for a while, but happy to say that I have a gorgeous new recipe for fall! It seemed to happen overnight – the leaves changing colour, the days shorter, the chill in the air. And then I found myself making soup again! It’s apple season […]

Mushroom, Sage & Cannellini Bean Stew

When it gets dark at 4pm and it’s raining and cold outside, dinner needs to be something warm and nourishing. This recipe for a mushroom and cannellini bean stew is super simple, nutritious, and quick to make – great for an easy after-work dinner in the winter months. This recipe is very adaptable, so feel […]

Seafood Pineapple Curry with Minted Cardamom Wild Rice

Making curries at home may seem complicated, often because the list of ingredients can seem to go on forever, but it’s really quite easy. I’ve simplified the process by starting off with blending the majority of the ingredients together at the beginning, creating a delicious thick and creamy base to work with and build on. […]

Papaya Chicken Salad

As the summer days get hotter, the meals get lighter. This super healthy and fresh salad recipe is great for a quick dinner on hot summer evenings. There is nothing better than being able to sit outside to eat your dinner, with the setting sun spilling orange and pink into the still blue sky. Coming […]

Indian Spiced Carrot Ginger Soup

There are so many recipes out there for carrot ginger soup, and I have probably tried the majority of them! The following recipe is one of my favourite variations and incorporates everything I like most about this lovely nutritious bowl of goodness: Indian spices, sweet potato, lemon, yogurt, and coriander. It’s comforting, yet light and […]

Middle Eastern Millet with Sesame Chicken

Cape Town has the most amazing running trails. Every Sunday, we head out in the afternoon to run in the wonderland that is the Western Cape. On this particular Sunday, we drove along the M3 to Newlands Forest, which made me feel as though I was in some kind of cartoon. The greens are florescent, the […]

A Pesto Chicken Bowl

I’m sort of obsessed with pesto right now. Homemade basil & almond pesto. This pesto recipe uses slightly less olive oil than usual, and adds more lemon juice and a bit of hot water, making it super healthy and still amazingly delicious. Most pestos use pine nuts but I really love the subtlety of raw […]