My version uses fresh ingredients, and that makes all the difference. Just make sure you start the day before, as the pork needs to marinate overnight.
Everything you love about sweet and sour is here: vinegar for tang, pineapple for sweetness and acidity, plus fresh chilli for a small kick.
I love these simple trifles because you can pack all the ingredients, take it to the beach and make them in minutes.
Really hot chillies, garlic, sea salt and oil - before you pop the fish skin side down on the grill - watch the fish immediately crisp up. Take your fresh rice...
Pineapple is my absolute favourite pizza topping! Here, I've boosted the base by adding chia seeds. And since there's no yeast, these are a quick way to DIY.
The balance of the hot and the sour, the sweetness from the tomato and the smooth kick of chilli are all present in this soupy sensation. The Chefs' Line
The use of spelt and buckwheat give this oatmeal (porridge) a great texture. Oats and coconut are a fantastic combination and the caramelised pineapple makes for...
Start your day transported to an island holiday with this vibrant and refreshing smoothie bowl. The dragon fruit adds a bold magenta to this colourful bowl of joy.
This smoothie bowl is like a cross between a carrot cake anda hummingbird cake – who says you can’t eat cake for breakfast?
Lime, lychee, pineapple and watermelon topped off with an ice-cold popsicle. It’s a maelstrom of sweet summery goodness.
A dairy-free lime and coconut creation that will have you day-dreaming of sunshine and colourful beach umbrellas.