Recipes for Side Dishes
Complimentary recipes to go with just about anything.
Choose the basics with the simplest of ingredients for a mix and match or something just a bit more fancy.
Look for whatever you might need or just for something new.
A recipe of delight for every mushroom lover. Pan-fried mushrooms glistening in garlic butter.
Sweet banana and warm cinnamon mixed with egg and a touch of honey; a most delicious extra you can add to any meal.
Just brussels sprouts, some olive oil, salt and pepper toasted in the oven for a simple, tasty side dish.
Warm curry spices and the sweet flavours of butternut squash, bell peppers, apple and honey smoothed with coconut cream.
A warm, mildly spiced side dish of deliciously sweet butternut squash accompanied by broccoli, tomato and spring onions.
Soft fried cabbage with crispy, salty bacon and a bit of seasoning makes for a great tasting side dish. Who knew cabbage could taste so good?
Apples, parsnips, sweet potato and cinnamon, it’s gooey, chewy and you will definitely want more!
Another veggies basic worth knowing. Broccoli, olive oil and salt roasted in the oven. Plain and simple and so very tasty.
Fast, easy and delicious. A keto friendly egg salad to use anywhere, anytime.
Simple, roasted spring onions, a sweet and flavour filled side dish.
Slices of seasoned cabbage roasted to soft in the middle and crispy on the outside.
A delicious Spring time salad with sweet tomatoes, cool cucumber and a little red onion zap.
A simple roasted butternut squash. Use it on it’s own for a side dish or as part of something else.
Juicy and delicious! Simple pork shanks slow roasted in the oven for one of the best tasting pork dinners you will ever eat.
Sweet potato chopped into french fries and baked in the oven. Easy, simple paleo food.
A side dish which is a bit more that the basic cauliflower mash. Just add in some garlic, onion and bacon for something a bit more flavourful.
A healthy salad of various food groups with a balance of milder flavours, just choose a dressing to make it creamy or sweet.
Probably the easiest cauliflower rice recipe you will ever find.
Traditional guacamole without any non-paleo ingredients; avocado, tomato and onion with a few flavourings over perfectly boiled eggs. A highly versatile recipe.
Peppery Indian spices combined with the sweet flavours of roasted tomato, red bell pepper and fennel.
One of the basics. Carrots with olive oil and salt are oven roasted till soft.
A medley of roasted vegetables for a healthy, vitamin packed side dish.
A fresh, sharp tasting side salad which works great alongside plainer cuts of meat like “A Juicy and Tender Roast Beef”. Cauliflower in place of quinoa keeps it full of healthy veggies and the orange adds bit of a zing!
The simplest and tastiest salad ingredients of lettuce, cucumber, avocado and tomato with a balsamic vinaigrette.
One of the basics and so incredibly simple, yet still delicious.
The easiest way to enjoy courgette noodles.