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2 kilos of Australian Natural Food Co organic chicken carcasses
4 fresh bay leaves
4 small/medium carrots, roughly chopped
1 large white onion, peeled and quartered
5 cloves of garlic, peeled and bruised (smashed)
2-3 tablespoons of organic apple cider vinegar
Salt and pepper
Cold, filtered water
Place all the ingredients in your slow cooker, and add your filtered water until everything is just covered by the water.
Cook on LOW for 12-24 hours (I cooked mine for 21 hours to be exact!)
Strain contents through a fine mesh sieve and place in a glass jar in the fridge!
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Sweet and Salty Peanut Butter Toast
This makes a great breakfast or snack
Serves 1 hungry Yogini
1 piece of toast (you choose, I like Ezekiel Bread)
CRUNCHY peanut butter
Drizzle of local honey
Chia seeds (optional)
Assemble. Take Photo. Enjoy.
P.S. Share your photos with #ohmmyrecipes so I can see your creations!
Buy a cooked, rotisserie chicken of your choice from your local supermarket, shred into bitesize pieces with hands or fork
Cook 1 sweet potato for 45 mins,1 hr at 175C. (Wash well, poke with a fork and place in a preheated oven).
Let it cool, peel and add to salad in meaty chunks. I cook a few at once and then eat them cold in salads over the next couple days.
Slice halloumi, add to a DRY pan, grill until golden brown (or resembles cheetah spots)
Slice the red onion
Add all the ingredients to create your salad, give it a toss and drizzle with your choice of dressing.
I used extra virgin olive oil and fig balsamic
If you give it a try, please add the hashtag #ohmmyrecipes so I can see your lovely creations!
Mango Breakfast Parfait (Serves 1 Hungry Yogi)
I packet of The Chia Co's Banana Mango instant oatmeal
1 Small mango, cubed
3 large strawberries, diced
Optional: Cinnamon sprinkled on top
Simply cook the oatmeal following the instruction on the back of the packet. Find a glass jar and layer alternately: fruit, oatmeal, fruit, oatmeal.
Makes a beautiful breakfast for the eyes and the belly.
Fruity, Nutty Summer Salad
Baby Kale (Aldi, $2)
Diced green pear with skin
Thinly sliced white onion
Freshly shredded parmesan cheese
Topped with sunflower seeds
Drizzled with EVOO and balsamic vinegar
S&P as desired
For the Love of Food
I think eating well is a form of self-respect, and that's evident in my recipes.