Author Archives: Jennifer

Quick-and-easy Cauliflower & Cannellini Bean Soup

This recipe is full of healthy vegetables – and this means lots of protein and vitamins – and it’s packed full of flavour too! A quick and easy appetizer and a perfect option before your main meal.  Enjoy x    What you need: 1 medium cauliflower 30g butter 2 sprigs of rosemary 1 can of […]

Zingy spiced carrot and lentil soup

We really love good soup here at Sadie’s HQ. This latest recipe makes for a warm and hearty dish, but it has a twist. A dash of curry powder gives it a pleasant kick but don’t worry, it’s nothing too spicy! The natural yoghurt nicely offsets the flavouring and makes it smooth and creamy. Enjoy […]

Deliciously Simple Chicken Noodle Broth

In anticipation of World Digestive Health Day tomorrow, we wanted to share one of our ultimate gut-friendly, comforting dishes. This is a firm favourite amongst the Sadie’s Kitchen team. Perfect for when you’re craving some lighter supper options during the warmer weather, and for those times when we might need a little extra TLC. Our […]

World Digestive Health Day: How to have a happy gut

For World Digestive Health Day on May 29th, there’s no better time to talk about the importance of a healthy digestive system – and how placing an emphasis on eating well (with plenty of bone broth!) and having a fitness routine that works for you can do wonders. Today, we’re going back to basics and […]

Deliciously creamy Thai Sweet Potato Curry

Curry

These days, we need a little comfort food. Warm and hearty dishes like this are normally favoured in winter, but we’ll take all the tasty meals we can get during Covid-19. Healthy and nutritious, this hits all the right notes and the addition of the sweet potato gives it an extra kick. A dish ideal […]

6 handy, natural ways to manage your allergies as we come into the summer months

allergies

When your immune system overreacts to an outdoor allergen, such as pollen, this can trigger an allergic response. The most common allergens are pollens from wind-pollinated plants, such as trees, grasses, and weeds. Research says that 30% of Irish adults take leave from work due to their allergies, while allergy season (typically between late March […]

Easy-to-prepare Wonton Soup

Wonton Soup

As we come into the summer season, some of us will want to switch to meals that are less stodgy, but still hit the spot. This soup, which can be prepared in just 15 minutes, has a bit of extra bite and features wontons (small dumplings filled with morsels of chicken, prawns, pork or vegetables) […]

Why taking Vitamin D is a good idea during Covid-19

Vitamin D

When it comes to our health, now more than ever, we know the importance of getting all the essential vitamins and into our bodies. We aren’t out as much, exercising as much – our bodies are bound to feel a shift. A newly released study suggests that taking vitamin D supplements may enhance resistance to […]

Super side dish: Butter-glazed Asparagus

Is anyone else constantly cooking or at least finding themselves in a food-induced daydream during this pandemic? Here at Sadie’s, we’re all about eating what tastes good and makes us feel great as we take it day by day. It’s the little things which make the biggest difference; from the extra lashing of gravy on […]