Author Archives: Jennifer

Out-of-this-World Vietnamese Mi Quang

Mi Quang is a complex Vietnamese Noodle Soup with layers-upon-layers of flavour. This is an Asian dish that takes time to prepare, but if you’re planning some al-fresco dining this long weekend, all the prep and cooking time will be worth it when you see the smiles of your guests! Enjoy x What you Need: […]

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 […]

Good for the Gut: Simple Tomato & Carrot Soup

Ahead of World Digestive Health Day, we’re sharing our favourite recipes that are especially gentle on your gut. We’ve spoken before about the importance of a FODMAP diet when it comes to easing some of the symptoms that come with IBS. To promote healthy gut bacteria, we need to be eating a wide range of […]

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 […]

Made For Sharing: Kung Pao Chicken

A classic dish in Sichuan cuisine, Kung Pao chicken, also called Gong Bao or Kung Po, is a classic stir-fried Chinese meal tastier than any takeaway option of a Friday night; the perfect combination of salty, sweet and spice!  Enjoy x What You Need: 1 tablespoon Szechuan peppercorns 2½ tablespoons cornflour 4 skinless chicken thighs, […]

Classic Comforting Spanish Paella

Days will be soon here when we can gather outside with more than just us eating al fresco around the dining table. With that in mind, why not serve up a fragrant paella to feed a (small) crowd. This classic Spanish rice dish contains seafood and chicken and can be batch cooked in one pot […]

Out-of-this-world spicy Prawn Ramen

Here at Sadie’s HQ, we’re happily obsessed with ramen. This prawn variation is probably the best one we’ve done so far. Who wouldn’t enjoy a warming bowl of aromatic flavoured broth with juicy prawns, vegetables and noodles? Try it for dinner this week – you won’t be disappointed. Enjoy x   What you need: 300g […]

Perfect Potato Gnocchi with Pork Ragù

A mistake when it comes to gnocchi is that some think it’s pasta (they do almost look identical), however, it’s actually a dumpling made out of potatoes. You can serve it with a variety of sauces and toppings but we’ve always adored it with pork ragu – the meaty sauce perfectly compliments the potatoes and […]

Seriously Good Shin of Beef Casserole

This good old-fashioned family casserole doesn’t get any tastier than this – tender meat and vegetables simmering gently and slowly together – a perfect mix of delicious juices and textures. This stew actually takes very little time to prepare and cook (and any excess can be frozen and kept for another day). This is one […]

Melt-in-your-mouth Moroccan Lamb Tagine

Nothing beats a comfort dish with a bit of a kick! This melt-in-your-mouth lamb and warming Moroccan spices make for a perfect alternative to your Easter dinner – and the addition of our beef bone broth adds a real richness to the dish overall. Serve it with warm flatbreads and you’re good to go.  Enjoy […]