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Thai Beef Salad

Fresh & Delicious! Keep this recipe in your favourites!

TIP: Use a tender cut of beef for a quick cook.

Herbalicious: Fresh herbs give Thai salads their gorgeous flavour. Change them up between coriander, mint or (Thai) basil depending on what's available.

Boost: Add in some rice noodles if you want to make this a bigger meal.

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Fish & Chips

Serves 2.

Your cravings will be met! Healthy oven-baked fish with a spiced coconut crumb.

Featured in our e-Book Eat Clean Dirty Food. This recipe has zero wheat, gluten & dairy and less oil & salt.

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Prawn Fajitas with Avocado Cream

2 Serves.

The prawns have a quick lime, garlic & chilli marinade & only take minutes to cook. Serve in lettuce cups for a low-carb option, or add in some of our homemade (or store-bought) almond tortillas.

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Steak & Fries with Chimichurri

2 Serves.

Chimichurri is a delicious South American sauce that goes with most proteins. Its flavour is punchy and robust and adds some green goodness to your dishes.

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Pancakes with Berry Yoghurt

2 Serves.

Recipe from the new Eat Clean Dirty Food e-Book!

These glorious pancakes are wheat-free, gluten-free & dairy-free.

Using cassava flour is a saviour for wheat-free baking and we've dedicated a lot of time into making these little pancakes taste awesome! Follow the recipe notes for pancake perfection!

Cassava is a root vegetable/tuber, so it ticks most of the boxes when it comes to intolerances & allergies. It does have a stronger flavour than wheat flour and adding maple, honey, coconut & fruit work well.

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Sticky Date Puddings with Caramel Sauce

4 Serves.

These little desserts are divine. No wheat, gluten or dairy and the only sugar is from dates.

TIP: Add some extra almond milk or any other plant milk to the caramel sauce to make it creamier.

TIP 2: Make this recipe ahead of time and reheat with a quick 10-15 seconds in the microwave with sauce on top. Sauce & puddings will store in a fridge for up to 3 days.

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Pad Thai

2 Serves.

From the e-Book Eat Clean Dirty Food. You are going to love this clean & lean version of Pad Thai.

Pad Thai can be a great choice when you're ordering take out, and it ticks a lot of the GF, DF & clean eating boxes. However, like most restaurants that's not always the focus and you will find too much oil, salt, artificial flavours.

TIP: We like to add extra vegetables like some finely sliced broccolini which will cook at the same time as the other veg.

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Tomato & Olive Chickpea Fettuccine

2 Serves.

Chickpea Fettuccine is a great gluten & wheat free alternative to pasta, and it’s one of our favourites. The sauce is vegan, delicious & filling. Plus, the dish only takes around 15mins to make.

TIP: Add in some cayenne or chilli for a spicy hit. It's delicious!

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Spinach, Mushroom & Chicken "Pasta"

2 Serves.

Delish "Pasta" dish! We've used Eco Organics Chickpea Fettuccine for this dish. There are a few varieties of gluten-free & wheat-free "pastas" in this range, but this is a definite fave!

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Beef & Bean Nachos

2 Serves.

Recipe from the Eat Clean Dirty Food e-Book.

The freshest most delicious nachos and, you will boost your veggie intake without even realising it!

We've replaced the corn chips with roasted potato slices. Topped them with a beef & bean sauce that's full of veggies. With the special addition of avocado, coconut yoghurt, coriander leaves & a squeeze of lime - yum!

TIP: Baked sweet potato rounds are also delicious.

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Chocolate Soft Serve

A healthy way to enjoy chocolate at any time of the day! A light breakfast or even a delicious way to curb those afternoon cravings.

TIP: Swap out peanut butter for any other nut butter.

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Banana Bread Mug Muffin

One serve.
Recipe from the new Eat Clean Dirty Food e-Book.
Easy, delicious, filling & healthy!

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Chicken Ramen

2 Serves.

There's no way around the cooking steps involved in preparing Ramen. The kitchen was a mess - lol. It was worth it, and this Japanese noodle soup is delicious!

NOTE 1: If you make your own bone broth it will be perfect for this recipe, however, you can buy some amazing broths so you can skip this step. Always check the ingredients as some supermarket brands may contain gluten and other additives. Farmers Markets, health food stores & delis will have the good stuff.

NOTE 2: Traditional Ramen Noodles do contain wheat and gluten. Rice noodles are a great alternative, and there are more and more wheat-free noodles available in stores now. We found some buckwheat soba noodles which worked perfectly.

NOTE 3: Shitake mushrooms add an amazing flavour to the broth. We know they are not always easily available and it will still be delish without them. Alternatively, you could add in some field mushrooms.

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Spanish Beans with Chicken

2 Serves.

This one-pan Spanish dish is often eaten with bread. However, we've added chicken to our dish to boost it into a more hearty meal. In saying that, the vegan option minus the chicken is just as good.

TIP: Add 1/4 tsp chilli powder at the same time as the paprika to heat things up a bit.

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Roasted Vegetable Salad with Coconut Lime Dressing

2 Serves.

Delicious as a full meal, or team this warm salad with a protein of your choice.

TIP: Change the dressing herb to any one of your favourites, or check out our Dressings section for many other options.

NOTE: For AIP swap out the potato for extra sweet potato, carrots or sprouts.

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Lime & Ginger Chicken Rice Bowl

2 Serves.

Rice Bowls – we love them!

Eating healthy can be simple, and mixing up the flavours is the key to keep enjoying healthy food so you don’t get bored.

It only takes a few minutes to make this marinade for the chicken. Then we cook the leftover marinade and make a sauce to finish the dish. Delish!!

We’ve kept the salad simple with a few ingredients, however, you could add any of your favourite salad or cooked vegetables.

TIP: Having cooked portions of rice in the freezer is a great way to ensure you’re eating healthy grains & it cuts cooking time. You could also use quinoa, white rice if you prefer, or mix brown rice and quinoa together (that’s a favourite!).

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Lemon Garlic Chicken with Mushroom & Spinach Cauli Rice

2 Serves.

We love veggie overload & we always add lots of flavour to make your dish delish. This one is 2 serves & the flavours will continue to infuse for another meal the following day.

We’ve used Thyme as the herb to flavour the entire dish. It’s quite a strong herb so you’ll only need a small amount, and if you prefer you can swap it for another favourite herb.

TIP: If you are looking for a carb boost add a small portion of brown rice or quinoa and mix it through the cauli rice – so yummy.

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Pork & Mushroom Meatballs with Spicy Slaw

2 Serves.

These little pork & mushrooms meatballs are full of flavour & extremely delicious! We've added a spicy slaw, instead of a creamy slaw, and kept this dish fresh with herbs & chilli.

TIP: If you're avoiding grains or carbs, swap out the brown rice for some large lettuce leaves or one of our Almond Meal Flatbreads.

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Baked Sweet Potato with Spicy Lentils

2-3 Serves.

We love easy, tasty vegan food. Baked sweet potatoes are so versatile, and these spicy lentils are a perfect match.

NOTE: We’ve used split red lentils in this recipe, they cook slightly quicker. However, you can use any dried lentils, cook them for a little longer, plus add water as extra liquid if necessary.

TIP: We’ve kept the spice low with the recipe, so feel free to add extra!

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Greek Pasta Salad

2 Serves.

As a gluten-free & wheat-free website, we love the different "pasta" options available so that you can still enjoy a delicious bowl of pasta! For this recipe we’ve used a Pulse Pasta which was a combination of peas, lentils, chickpeas & borlotti beans and it works so well with the earthy flavours of the Greek salad.

TIP: Swap out the goat’s cheese for hummus for a dairy-free & vegan option.

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Pumpkin, Coconut and Garam Masala Soup

2 Serves.

If you're not really into making big batch soups, this one is perfect, easy and will give you a nice 2 serves. It's flexible with the amount of pumpkin you have, just adjust your stock amount accordingly.

TIP: See notes on making a thick soup. Plus using a good quality or homemade stock will make a huge difference in the flavour.

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Nasi Goreng with Prawns

2 Serves.

From the new Eat Clean Dirty Food recipe e-book.
Deliciously easy takeaway & fast food recipes all wheat & dairy free.

NOTE: Low Carb, Paleo & Keto friendly swap out rice for cauliflower rice.

Swap out prawns with any other protein.

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Satay Chicken Noodles

2 Serves.

Better than takeaway. This creamy peanut satay noodle dish is delicious, and we've cleaned it up by using healthier types, and smaller amounts, of oil, salt & sugar.

Low Carb Option: swap out rice noodles for zucchini noodles or spaghetti squash.

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Coconut Porridge with Apple, Walnut & Cinnamon

This coconut porridge is a great oatmeal base that you can top with anything you like.

TIP: You can use any preferred type of plant milk. The coconut milk does give an extra creaminess but it can become quite thick while cooking & you may need more water.

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Chicken Caprese Salad

Tomatoes, bocconcini & basil with some balsamic charred chicken. This salad is very tasty & is a huge boost to your veggie intake. The balsamic dressing doubles as a marinade & only take a few minutes to mix together.

TIP: Want to pump up the good fats? Add a serving of avocado, it goes beautifully with this salad.

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Salmon Poke Bowl with Ginger & Lime Dressing

Poke Bowls, also called rice bowls, are a really delicious, healthy and easy dish to put together. If you can source a good quality sashimi-grade salmon, serving the salmon raw is an amazing option too. We’ve got lots of different recipes for poke, salad & rice bowls. Mix them up with different proteins & different dressings and you’ll never get bored.

TIP: Adding herbs is a great way to boost the nutritional value of a dish. Pick the ones you enjoy eating most.

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Ginger Salmon Skewers

Marinated salmon is an easy & healthy dinner as the flavours absorb quickly. This entire dish is a really quick cook, however, if you can leave the salmon marinate for at least 30mins the flavours will infuse beautifully.

TIP: Swap out for your favourite vegetables, just keep in mind cooking times for harder choices. Optional to add in a small portion of brown rice or quinoa for a bigger meal.

TIP 2: For soy free, swap out tamari for coconut aminos & only add 1/2 the honey.

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Spiced Coconut Yoghurt Chicken with Cauli Rice

This spiced yoghurt is delicious & will match most proteins. The chicken does require at least 30mins marinating time if you want the flavours infused. A great recipe to prep the night before so you are guaranteed the flavour hit.

TIP: Chicken can be sliced for a quick stovetop cook. Serve with any preferred vegetables, plus you can swap out cauli rice for any type of rice.

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Oven Baked Dukkah Salmon, Potatoes & Asparagus

Another easy traybake dinner. Dukkah is usually available in the spice section of your supermarket and is a really easy way to add lots of flavour to your dish.

TIP: Cooking times may change depending on how thick your piece of salmon is. We've taken the skin off, however it's up to you if you want to leave it on.

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Chicken & Asparagus with Basil Gremolata

We love one pan dishes & this one is delish. The only extra step is the gremolata & you are going to love it.

TIP: Basil can be swapped out with most soft herbs. Parsley is always a great herb for gremolata. Also, the little cherry tomatoes on the vine look great, however you can use a few loose cherry or grape tomatoes as well.

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Cajun Chicken Tacos

A Mexican dish with a Cajun twist. Using a Cajun spice mix for the chicken is so delicious & easy. However, you could also use a Mexican spice mix for equally amazing results.

We've used our AIP soft wraps for this one, which are nut-free. However, we have a few different wraps / flatbreads on the website that you could use for taco night!

NOTE: AIP followers - instead of a spice mix, coat the chicken in some onion powder, a pinch of garlic powder & salt.

TIP: Always choose a clean spice mix, preferably organic. You do usually have to source them out from health food stores, delis etc. Alternatively you could easily make you own.

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Cauliflower Fritters

Cauliflower is a great carrier food. Meaning the flavour profile is low, so you can add lots of different flavours and it will taste great.

We've served these fritters with a soft boiled egg, avo & chilli flakes. However, almost anything goes, bacon, guacamole, roasted tomatoes, roasted veggies... the list goes on.

TIP: Cauli does hold water - see our notes on how to improve your fritters shape.

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Vietnamese Chicken Noodle Salad

What always makes a salad great is the dressing flavours. This one has a quick pickle dressing for the carrot & cucumber. Then a punchy, spicy dressing for the entire salad. Delish!

TIP: You can always add more chilli!!

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Tamari Chilli Chicken with Quick Pickled Salad

A delicious salad which is so easy to make.

TIP: Most of our dishes are moderate serves. However, you could boost this dish with a larger serving of chicken or a small serving of brown rice or quinoa.

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Thai Chicken Salad

Fresh & delicious. Full of gorgeous herbs. We recommend using all 3 herbs, but feel free to just use your favourites.

TIP: Want it spicier? Add some fresh bird's eye chillies into the marinade / dressing.

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Quinoa Flour Pancakes

Quinoa flour is a great gluten free option for pancakes. It's quite a heavy flour so these little morsels will fill you up until lunch.

TIP: Quinoa has an "earthy" taste so adding yoghurt and berries is a must!

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Pan Roasted Granola

Warm toasted granola done in 10mins. This one is nut free & should tick all your breakfast boxes.

TIP: You can eat this on its own as it’s not too dry, but adding some coconut yoghurt is a great option. Alternatively, you could heat up a little almond or other plant milk to serve.

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Raw Apple Pie

These are a great way to satisfy a sweet craving. You only need half an apple for the filling, so you could make 2... it will keep unfilled for a few days (if you can stop yourself!!)

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Cauliflower Fried Rice

A super tasty veggie infusion into your diet.

*Vegetarian option: Swap out fish sauce with a vegan fish sauce, or just add some more tamari and maybe a pinch more salt.

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Beef Burger

This burger uses our almond meal roll with a simple beef pattie and fresh salad. The nett carbs come in really low for this one.

TIP: This burger doesn’t need sauce, but if you're looking for a healthy option we have some awesome homemade ones is our Dressing & Sauces section.

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Spiced Broccoli Fritters with Yoghurt, Lemon & Mint Dressing

These fritters are flavoured lightly with delicious spices, taste fabulous, and are a super healthy way to get a big green intake.

TIP: Quinoa flour can be swapped out for almond meal.
Mint can be swapped or left out entirely. Still delicious!

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Honey Mustard Chicken Salad

Honey & mustard are classic flavours together. The marinade doubles as a dressing & only takes a few minutes to mix together.

TIP: This is already a quick and easy salad to put together, however you can make the marinade and marinate the chicken overnight to save even more time.

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Potato Rosti with Smoked Salmon & Avo

This is a great breakfast or brunch recipe, however we could eat this any time of the day!

TIP: Grate the potato just prior to cooking to avoid going brown. The chives & dukkah really lift this dish, but they are optional. Just add a squeeze of lemon.

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Italian Style Stuffed Zucchinis

If you're craving an Italian food fix these delicious zucchinis it will make you feel way better than pizza or pasta.

Tip: Liquid may pool in the zucchinis during cooking. Follow the notes below for a delicious ending.

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Black Bean Burrito Bowl

Burrito without the wrap! This gorgeous bowl ticks all the flavour boxes and you can make the beans as spicy as you like.

TIP: Our salad bowls are always flexible for you to add whatever salad veggies you prefer.

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Dark Chocolate Mug Cake

Need a cake, chocolate, or cake & chocolate fix? This mug cake comes in at 246 calories, and is full of healthy ingredients!

TIP: Most of the carb count here is from the maple syrup, swap it out for a different sweetener if you need too.

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Vegan Rice Paper Rolls

A gorgeous coloured veggie packed lunch or dinner. You need a punchy sauce with these to make your veggies sing!

TIP: We used some beautiful purple sweet potato noodles purchased from a health food shop. You can also use rice noodles, mung bean noodles, or one of the many others on the market.

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Chicken Souvlaki with Coconut Tzatziki

This tasty little dish is our take on Greek Souvlaki.

TIP: If your diet allows, you can swap out the coconut yoghurt for Greek yoghurt if preferred.

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Omelette Roll with Avocado & Smoked Salmon

Egg Roll or Omelette Rolls are so quick and easy in the mornings. You can fill them with so many different things - goat's cheese, tomatoes, leftover roasted veggies, herbs etc..

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Vegan San Choy Bau

Great natural flavours in this san choy bau without the usual bottled sauce flavours added. There’s a lot of veggies in this dish but if you are feeling extra hungry add a small serve of brown rice.

TIP: You could choose different types of mushrooms (see notes), use peanuts instead of cashews, use mint or basil instead of coriander or use cos lettuce instead of iceberg. The flavours will still be great.

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Cauliflower & Potato Soup

Soup for one can be an easy, light meal. This one is really delicious too.

TIP: Vegetable weights are a guideline only. If you have larger veggies just add a little more stock.

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Cabbage Pancake with Ginger Beef

Gorgeous flavours in this dish. Cabbage pancakes are easy and you can team them with many different proteins. Adding fresh herbs isn’t necessary, however we always love adding them as they are packed with so much green love & are so delicious.

TIP: Use a tender cut of beef for a quick cook.

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Warm Tofu Noodle Salad with Spicy Dressing

This gorgeous vegan noodle dish is sure to satisfy.

TIP: We’ve used a firm tofu for this recipe, however it also works well with a softer tofu. Tempeh is another option & there are now some great soy-free varieties.

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Chicken Noodle Salad with Spicy Thai Dressing

Gorgeous as a warm salad, but you can also serve all the ingredients as a cold salad. Change or add salad ingredients of your choice, like carrot, capsicum... etc.

TIP: Marinating the chicken is a step you can skip if you are in a hurry. It does add that extra layer of flavour, however the dressing packs a big enough punch.

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Zucchini & Haloumi Fritters with Roasted Tomatoes

Fritters are the bomb! The roasted tomatoes are definitely worth doing as they create a gorgeous sauce that matches the dish so deliciously.

TIP: Tapioca/Arrowroot flour can be swapped out with chickpea, quinoa or buckwheat flour.

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Potato Nachos with Kidney Bean Chilli

Spicy veggie packed chilli beans with crispy potatoes, avocado, coconut yoghurt and lime. So delicious.

TIP: You can swap out fresh tomato for canned tomatoes if you need to. Also, we use COYO coconut yoghurt. It’s thick and luscious and has similar texture and flavour to sour cream.

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Satay Chicken Salad

A dreamy creamy satay sauce may change the way you think of salad forever.

TIP: Choose to use all of the herbs mixed together or just add the ones you prefer. Also, if you like your satay hot add some more chilli to the sauce.

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