Amelia Freer’s Cook. Nourish. Glow

Amelia Freer’s Cook. Nourish. Glow. is the much-anticipated cookbook that follows her first book, the phenomenally successful Eat. Nourish. Glow. It’s filled with nourishing recipes that aim to make you glow from the inside out.

Amelia became a qualified nutritional therapist after years of struggling with her own diet and her mission is to help transform the way people eat and how they feel about food. Her book contains more than 100 simple yet delicious recipes that will equip readers with the knowledge they need to improve their own health, as well as teaching skills and cooking techniques that will make cooking easier.

Cook. Nourish. Glow. demonstrates how easy it is to cook quick, tasty and nutritious meals at home, without ever having to reach for a takeaway menu or a microwave meal. Changing our eating habits slightly can make a world of difference and leave us feeling and looking better than ever before.

We’ve got three recipes from Amelia’s Cook. Nourish. Glow. to share, including a simple supper and something that looks a little more cheffy, but is still super healthy. Give them a try and see just how easy it is to cook and eat clean, and feel fantastic.

1. Sweet Potato Cakes With Grilled Tiger Prawns And Ginger-Saffron Yogurt

This sweet potato cakes with grilled tiger prawns and ginger-saffron yogurt is full of noursihing ingredients, but looks makes an impressive meal with a cheffy finish. Try this for a midweek dinner dinner with friends, for food that looks the part for entertaining but is still very good for you.

2. Super Green Soup With Cashew Cream

Whether you’re in need of a health pick-me-up or have greens to use up in the fridge, this super green soup with cashew cream is a healthy eating dream. It’s so simple to make and the cashew cream adds a creaminess that you’ll adore. 

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3. Poached Thai Salmon With Pak Choi

 

Although this poached Thai salmon with pak choi might look complicated to make, it’s actually super simple and takes just 30 minutes to make, which makes it an easy midweek meal. It’s full of fresh flavours like lemongrass, chilli and ginge, which are also good for you too.

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