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We as human being in this world have a responsibility; whether that be to our friends, family or neighbours. we have a responsibility. in a corporate world, we as business owners and brand ambassadors have a larger responsibility for our media and work that we produce. what is Corporate Social Responsibility? or CSR – this is Corporate social responsibility, often abbreviated “CSR,” is a corporation’s initiatives to assess and take responsibility for the company’s effects on environmental and social well being. The term generally applies to efforts that go beyond what may be required by regulators or environmental protection groups.

Corporations can have enormously detrimental effects on the environment. Oil spills are some of the most conspicuous examples, but industries as varied as chemical manufacturing, mining, agriculture and fishing can do permanent damage to local ecosystems. Climate change can also be attributed in large part to corporations. While their responsibility is hard to untangle from that of the consumers who demand electricity and transportation, it is difficult to deny that many corporations have profited from the deterioration of the global environment.

 

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Butternut Squash Time!!

This vegetarian curry is simple to make, super healthy, and so tasty I bet you’ll go back for seconds. Butternut squash is one of the most popular winter squashes and is packed with nutrients. The bright orange colour is the antioxidant beta-carotene which our body converts to Vitamin A which is essential for good eye health. In addition to that butternut squash is rich in protein, minerals, and other numerous health-benefiting vitamins.

BUTTERNUT SQUASH & GREEN BEAN CURRY – Serves 2


Required five:

1. Veggies (one medium sized butternut squash, 150g green beans, handful of spinach)
2. 1 cup (250g) coconut milk

3. 1 tsp pureed ginger

4. 1 tsp pureed garlic

5. Spices (1 tsp garam masala, 1 tsp turmeric, 1/2 tsp chilli powder)
Store cupboard staples:

– Salt

– Pepper

– 1 tbsp coconut oil for frying
What you need to do:

Step 1: Melt the coconut oil and gently fry the garlic and ginger for a few minutes. Then add the garam masala, turmeric, and chilli powder and fry on a gentle heat for a few minutes.

Step 2: Add in the cubed butternut squash mix until it’s all fully coated in the spices.

Step 3: Add in the coconut milk and gently simmer for 20 minutes

Step 4: Add in the chopped green beans, spinach, salt and pepper to taste and simmer for another 5 minutes until green beans are cooked and spinach is all wilted.

Step 5: Turn off the heat and let it sit for a few minutes then serve with Turmeric and Coconut Rice. Enjoy!
Top Tips:

To make turmeric and coconut rice add 1 tsp of turmeric and substitute the water for coconut milk when making the rice.

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Pork and Parmesan Meatballs Anyone??

Who doesn’t love meatballs! They are so easy to make and super tasty. My son enjoys getting involved with helping to make these. He loves getting his hands dirty and is so proud of himself when these are dished up. The addition of parmesan give a lovely flavour twist to traditional meatballs and if you can stand the heat spice it up with some chilli flakes.

PORK & PARMESAN MEATBALLS – Serves 4 

Required five:

500g of pork mince

– 1/2 cup (50g) of grated parmesan

– 500g passata or tinned tomatoes

– Handful of spinach

– 1/2 cup (50g) of mozzarella or feta
Store cupboard staples:

Salt

– Pepper

– 1 tbsp of apple cider vinegar

– Coconut oil for frying
What you need to do:

Step 1: In a bowl mix the pork mince, grated parmesan, salt, pepper and tbsp of apple cider vinegar together

Step 2: Form into small balls (about 1inch sized balls). You should get about 24 balls and fry the meatballs in a pan, browning all sides

Step 3: Once browned add the passata and season with salt and pepper. Then let it simmer for 10-12 minutes

Step 4: Add the spinach and simmer for a few more minutes until spinach is wilted

Step 5: Sprinkle with mozzarella or feta and grill it for a few minutes until cheese is all melted. I love this on it’s own or it will also serve well with pasta.

Top Tip:
If you don’t have apple cider vinegar add in a tbsp of lemon juice. The acidity helps to tenderise the meatballs so they are soft and juicy.

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Tasty Ginger Cookies

There’s nothing better than the smell of freshly baked ginger cookies wafting through the house. I love ginger and the smell of it. It is a fantastic anti-inflammatory with plenty of health benefits and whether you use fresh or ground ginger it adds a fantastic spice to sweet or savoury foods. These ginger cookies are made using ground ginger and are so simple to whip up, they are free from refined sugar, and best of all the kids enjoy getting involved in making them and absolutely love munching through them afterwards.


CRUNCHY GINGER COOKIES – Makes 12


Required five:

1. 1 cup (100g) wholemeal spelt flour

2. 1/2 tsp baking powder

3. 1 tsp ground ginger

4. 1/3 cup (80ml) maple syrup

5. 1/3 cup (80ml) coconut oil

What you need to do:
Step 1: Mix together the flour, baking powder, ground ginger, maple syrup and coconut oil until all combined

Step 2: Spoon mixture onto greaseproof paper. Make sure the mixture is fairly thin (about 1cm thick but allow room for growth

Step 3: Bake in the oven at 180 degrees (fan assisted) for 12 minutes

Step 4: Leave to cool then enjoy. These are best eaten on day 1 but will keep in an airtight container for a few days

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Friday Night Fakeaway

Side step the takeaway menus tonight and create your own super tasty and healthy stir fry with my Chicken and Broccoli Stir Fry.  It won’t leave you feeling greasy or bloated and you’ll feel great in that you are starting your weekend by feeding your body right.

Chicken, broccoli, and rice is viewed as THE dinner of health enthusiasts but it doesn’t mean it has to be boring. This fabulously healthy dish will provide you with the lean protein of the chicken, and the super nutrients of the broccoli without compromising on taste. It is spicy, full of flavour, yet so easy to make. It is really versatile too so just use whatever veggies you like and swap out what you don’t. For a super light dinner team it up with quinoa rather than rice.


CHICKEN AND BROCCOLI STIR FRY – Serves 2
Required Five:

1. Veggies (broccoli, mushrooms, onions)

2. 200g diced chicken

3. 2 inch cube ginger finely chopped

4. Chilli flakes (use amount according to heat that you like)

5. Rice, noodles, and quinoa for serving

Store cupboard staples:

– Coconut oil for frying

– 2 tbsp tamari

– 1 tbsp sesame oil

– 2 tsp honey

– 2 heaped tsp cornflour

– 1/2 cup of water (125ml)

What you need to do:

STEP 1: Melt the coconut oil and fry the ginger, chilli, and veggies over a high heat for a few minutes until browned.

STEP 2: Add in the diced chicken and continue to fry in high heat until chicken is browned and half cooked

STEP 3: Add in water, tamari, and honey and mix thoroughly then cover the pan with a lid, turn the heat down and let it gently simmer for 5 minutes until chicken is cooked and broccoli is al dente.

STEP 4: In a small cup, mix the cornflour in some water until dissolved then pour the mixture into the pan and stir quickly until sauce thickens.

STEP 5: Turn off the heat, add the sesame oil and serve over rice or noodles. Enjoy!
TOP TIP: If you prefer more sauce with your stir fry just add more water at Step 3 and a little more cornflour at Step 4 when thickening the sauce.

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Vegetable Biryani Anyone !?

I love one pan dishes as it’s less fuss, less mess, and less washing up! My Veggie Biryani is not only simple but it’s super tasty using healthy wholesome ingredients. You can pack as many vegetables as you like and it’s a perfect it’s own or as accompaniment to my Roasted Paprika Chicken. The beauty with this dish is that you can add in whatever protein that you fancy as it takes great with lamb or chicken through it too.


Required five:

1. Veggies (I use 1 medium onion, 100g green beans, 50g mushrooms, 2 tomatoes)

2. 300g of cooked brown rice

3. 2 tsp of curry powder

4. 1 tsp turmeric

5. 1 tbsp finely chopped ginger
Optional:

– Heaped tbsp of Greek yogurt for serving

– Handful of coriander for serving
Store cupboard staples:

– salt

– pepper

– 1/4 cup of vegetable stock

– Coconut oil for frying
What you need to do:

Step 1: Melt some coconut oil in a pan and add the ginger and sliced the onions and gently brown. Then add curry powder, turmeric and fry for a few more minutes.

Step 2: Add chopped green beans and sliced mushrooms and fry for a couple of minutes until browned

Step 3: Add in chopped up tomatoes, 1/4 cup of stock, cover and simmer for 5 minutes

Step 4: Once green beans are ready add in the brown rice, salt and pepper to taste and mix thoroughly until all liquid is absorbed

Step 5: When all heated and combined serve with a heaped tablespoon of greek yogurt and some chopped coriander
Top Tip:

If like you’re curries hot hot hot just add in a chilli (or two) for added kick and heat. Get extra greek yogurt ready though as you might need it to balance out the heat!
NOTE: Remember to store any leftovers in the fridge once cooled. When reheating the next day make sure the rice is hot all the way through before eating.


Fakeaway Hump Day!

This is my healthy take on the nations favourite chinese takeaway. My ‘fakeaway’ gives the real deal a run for it’s money. It’s sweet, sour, sticky and so tasty but free from refined sugar, monosodium glutamate (MSG), artificial colouring and additives. It is so easy to make and tastes so amazing that it will make you think twice about picking up the phone and calling it in again.



HEALTHY SWEET & SOUR CHICKEN – Serves 2

Required five:

– 300g chicken cut into cubes

– 1/2 cup (50g) cornflour

– 1 white onion

– Half a red & half a yellow pepper

– Rice or noodles to serve
Sweet and sour sauce made from staples:

– 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar

– 1 tbsp tamari

– 1/4 cup of honey
Store cupboard staples:

– Salt

– Pepper

– Coconut oil

What you need to do:

Step 1: Dice the chicken, put it into a ziplock back, season well with salt and pepper, mix well then add the cornflour and ensure all chicken is fully coated in cornflour

Step 2: Shallow fry the chicken in coconut oil ensure all sides are browned then set aside

Step 3: In a clean pan fry peppers and onions for 2 minutes then add in apple cider vinegar, tamari, and honey to the pan

Step 4: Simmer gently for 5 minutes until the sauce has reduced and all syrupy

Step 5: Add the cooked chicken, mix together thoroughly to make sure the sauce has coated all the chicken. Serve with white or ginger fried rice
Top Tip:

If the chicken is quite dry and the cornflour isn’t sticking to it then coat the chicken first in some beaten up egg before adding the cornflour.
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