To help you make every day more herbilicious each month we’re going to share with you a month’s worth of our favourite recipes, all (well almost all!) including fresh herbs. For May we’re focusing on protein so all of these recipes are either high in protein or include a high protein ingredient such as salmon, cheese or eggs. Protein is important because it can help in building and repairing muscles, and providing satiety against hunger) – Stay tuned for a blog post all about protein coming soon, but in the meantime we hope you enjoy these recipes as much as us.
Add your favourite herbs such as parsley, chives and chervil.
A one-pot dish for the whole family.
Fresh herbs add bags of flavour to barbecued food.
Impress your friends with these dinner party classics from everyone’s favourite chef.
Dill and fish – a perfect match.
Fresh basil provides the finishing touch to this Middle-Eastern egg dish.
Perfect served with crusty herb bread.
Mint is not the only herb that goes well with peas!
Tarragon adds the flavour in this elegant dish.
Cooked slowly so the meat takes on all the flavour.
Laced with ‘refreshing and delicate’ touches according to the chef – including warming coriander.
Day 14: Men’s Health’s Venison Paillard
This high protein game dish is roasted with coriander, chilli and pumpkin seeds.
Day 15: BBC Good Food’s Greek Roast Lamb
Perfect for Spring!
And parsley too!
“The perfume rising from this pot is enough to transport you to a dreamland Persia” – sounds fab to us.
A wonderful vegetarian way to get protein – and a BBQ season must for all.
We love these sisters’ recipes – and we love a good tart too.
For us the mint is never optional!
Any leftovers? It’s unlikely but if so these are just as good the next day.
A flavour packed salad with everyone’s favourite wholegrain, quinoa.
BBC Good Food say this recipe uses ‘lots of herbs’ – that’s the way we like it!
Smells great – tastes better!
Rosemary, thyme and parsley help make roast chicken herbilicious – this recipe is from Mary Berry so you know it will be good!
Day 26: Jamie Oliver’s Cracking Burger
Burgers are always better when they’re home made – and even more so when they use parsley too.
How do you like your eggs?
Very seasonal – herbs and watercress means a real flavour punch.
These last two are great ideas for getting protein in your diet – why not experiment and add some fresh herbs too!
Day 30: Jamie Oliver’s Protein Pancakes
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