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Please find below a selection of Simon Boyle recipes, whether you’re trying to cook a quick and hearty tea for the kids or a banquet to impress any dinner party guest - we’re pretty sure Simon will have the right recipe to help - Enjoy, updated regularly...

 

 
 
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Rhubarb custard tart

Perfect for welcoming spring and brightening up Sunday afternoons.

 
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Warming lamb curry

Great and simple curry - perfect to warm you up on any winters day!

 
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Pulled Mutton Shepherd’s Pie

This nutritious alternative to a traditional shepherd’s pie uses lycopene-rich tomato purée, antioxidant-rich red wine and the allium vegetables, onions and garlic to add extra flavour to the meat filling.

 
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Grilled Tuna with Pineapple Salsa in a Wholemeal Bap

Fresh tuna steaks, unlike tinned tuna, are a good source of Omega-3 fats. In this recipe, tuna is paired with pineapple, an excellent source of manganese and Vitamin C, to make a nutrient-packed light lunch. 

 
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Seared Mackerel with Pomegranate and Manuka Honey Dressing

Pomegranate is a good source of fibre. It also contains vitamins A, C and E, iron and other beneficial antioxidants.

 
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Carrot, Coconut and Almond Soup

SERVES 10
PREP TIME, 15 MINUTES
COOK TIME, 1 HOUR

 
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Watermelon, Celery and Cucumber Replenisher

This recipe is the perfect reviver after a run or coming out of a deep sleep. It is not a stuffy, authoritative and slimy health drink. It is vibrant, refreshing and very tasty, with many benefits. 

 

Granola Muesli with Green Apple and Hazel Nuts

This muesli can be made at the start of the week and kept in the fridge. In fact it keeps getting better!

 
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Honey and Hempseed Baps

I enjoy making bread when I need to take a creativity break from doing paperwork or something very boring or frustrating. Creating new and exciting combinations can really release any stress and bring a breath of inspiration to my work.

 
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Avocado and Pasta Salad with Flaxseed

This recipe is a nice filling way to receive carbs. It can also help to curb hunger pangs during the afternoon.
I find the colours calming too!

 
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Grilled Fillet of Cornish mackerel on Spring Greens with Pomegranate and Honey Dressing

I love mackerel for three reasons. It tastes brilliant when absolutely fresh, it’s cheap and it’s really good for me. This dish is full of omega 3 and 6 and helps my heart as well as my brain. Not bad for a couple of quid!

 
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Poached Beef Fillet with Semi Dried Figs and Raspberry Vinaigrette

Here is a recipe that perks the body up, is very easy on the stomach, high in protein and low in calories. It is well balanced and should maintain your physical performance, attention and learning success during the afternoon too. 

 

Chocolate Pot with Pink Grapefruit and Lavender Salsa

Here is a recipe that perks the body up, is very easy on the stomach, high in protein and low in calories. It is well balanced and should maintain your physical performance, attention and learning success during the afternoon too. 

 

Grilled Tuna with Pineapple Salsa in a Honey and Hempseed Bap

These recipes have loads of great stuff in them, including the fish and hempseed oils that contain omega 3 and 6. The ingredients nourish me throughout – my brain, my body and I am sure my soul. 

 

Salad of Organic Salmon with Carrot, Coconut and Lime Dressing

This fish absolutely needs to be as fresh as possible, as do the vegetables and herbs. This dish is fresh, vibrant and real.