Chicken, Pineapple & Cashew Fried Rice

It’s easy to skip the takeaway when this chicken, pineapple and cashew fried rice is on the menu! It’s the perfect comfort food for a cold evening and is great for ovulation because it’s packed with zinc, wholegrains and protein. Serves 4 Prep and cook time: 40 mins Stage of cycle: Ovulation Ingredients: 200g rice 2 tbsp coconut oil 6 chicken thighs, diced 1 onion, … Continue reading Chicken, Pineapple & Cashew Fried Rice

Kale and Prosciutto Warm Salad

It’s officially Autumn and I have the perfect transitional salad to warm you up on those cooler evenings, but can also be taken to work in your lunch box the following day. This salad is perfect for ovulation due the kale being nutrient dense in vitamins which will help support your body through ovulation. Prep & cook time: 15 mins Menstrual cycle: Ovulation Ingredients: For … Continue reading Kale and Prosciutto Warm Salad

Tempura Broccoli

The perfect side to accompany any Asian dish or just as a tasty snack, which is great for the follicular phase as hormones start to pick up and you’re feeling more energised. Serves 2 Prep & cook time: 15 mins Stage of cycle: Follicular Phase Ingredients: For the tempura: 80g cornflour 30g plain flour 80ml sparkling water, chilled small handful crushed ice 1 Broccoli head, cut into florets Vegetable … Continue reading Tempura Broccoli

Seafood Roast

This garlicky one pan seafood dish may not be a dish for kissing, but it’s certainly a crowd pleaser and bonus, it saves on washing up! The seafood is full of Vitamin B12 and zinc to help balance hormones and low mood. Now go and stock up on chewing gum. Stage of cycle: Menstruation Prep & cook time: 50 mins Serves 3-4 Ingredients: 350g new … Continue reading Seafood Roast

Baked Cod & Chorizo Butter Bean Bake

Here at Oh My Nosh we love nothing more than an easy dinner and this absolutely is it! This dish is also perfect for menstruation because of the slow releasing carbs, omega 3 and all round tastiness. Serves 2 Cook and prep time: 30 mins Stage of Cycle: Menstruation Ingredients:  2 Tbsp olive oil 60g chorizo, chopped  1 onion, diced 2 garlic cloves, crushed  Chilli … Continue reading Baked Cod & Chorizo Butter Bean Bake

Panettone French Toast

Whether you’re looking for a brunch on Christmas morning or need to use up your panettone post festive season, this breakfast is sure to be a crowd pleaser! Prep and cook time: 10 mins Serves 1 Ingredients: 1 slice of panettone 2 eggs 80ml milk 60ml double cream 1 tsp vanilla extract 2 tbsp vegetable oil 1/2 orange, zest & juice 1 tsp icing sugar … Continue reading Panettone French Toast

Cranberry Martini Cocktail

What’s Christmas without a cocktail? Prep time: 5 mins Serves 6 Ingredients: 75ml Vermouth Rosso 75ml Gin 4 tsp Icing sugar 1 Bottle Prosecco 12 Fresh Cranberries, to serve Method: In a jug or cocktail shaker, combine the vermouth, gin and icing sugar. Stir until the sugar has dissolved. Pour 25ml of the mixture into each glass. Top up with your cold prosecco and add … Continue reading Cranberry Martini Cocktail

White Chocolate and Cranberry Bread & Butter Pudding

Not a fan of Christmas pud? Why not make this sweet, sticky, luscious dessert post Christmas dinner? Serves: 8 Prep & cook time: 1 hour, 30 mins Ingredients: 50g butter 400g brioche bread, sliced 350ml Milk 50ml Double cream 2 eggs 25g caster sugar 1 tsp vanilla extract 180g white chocolate 100g fresh cranberries Method: Grease a large oven proof dish. Slice the brioche into … Continue reading White Chocolate and Cranberry Bread & Butter Pudding

Three Ways to Pimp Your Mac & Cheese!

We all know how comforting mac and cheese can be. Sometimes we just need a little bit of extra flavour that packs a punch. I have three flavours to do just that! Find the full mac and cheese recipe here. Bacon, Leek & Truffle Ingredients: 1 tsp truffle oil 200g Bacon lardons 1 leek, chopped 1 slice of bread (blitzed into breadcrumbs) Method: Fry the … Continue reading Three Ways to Pimp Your Mac & Cheese!