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Açai Bowl


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November 15, 2019



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  • I feel like I've been on my phone more then ever during Lockdown, trying to absorb snippets from the outside world and keep track of all the hysterical memes going round, but this weekend I'm definitely trying to be more present, wish me luck and join me? X
  • Pretty as a picture, really easy and really delicious Roasted Trout with cauli cous cous and a lemony-mustard dressing has weekend food written all over it. ⁠It was our dinner last night and I couldn’t have been happier 😁
1. Roast 2 portions trout at 190C for 8 minutes⁠
2. Make cauli cous cous (blitz in blender until 'grains') and then steam in a little boiling water for 5 mins, add a handful of frozen peas for the last 1-2 minutes to thaw⁠
3. Make dressing: mix together in a little jar with a lid 3 Tbsp olive oil, 1 Tbsp lemon juice, 1 tsp honey, 1 tsp dijon mustard, S+P and 1 Tbsp warm water. Shake well, adjust to taste⁠
4. Serve as per the pic and enjoy! X
  • Hey friends! If you need a little weekend foodie inspiration, don't forget to catch up on all my episodes of #SarahFoodSafari over on @showmaxonline - we'll take you with us everywhere from Zimbabwe to Zambia, Mozambique and so many favourite South African spots in between X
  • Fresh home baked bread is quite possibly one of my very favourite things that ever comes out of any kitchen. It brings simple, unspeakable joy and is definitely the kind of thing you should think about baking while you're on lockdown. ⁠
HERE'S HOW to make my ultimate easy home made bread with just 5 ingredients...⁠
1. Add to a large mixing bowl (or preferably bowl of stand mixer with dough hook attached)⁠
500g all purpose or bread flour⁠
1 tsp salt⁠
2. To a small jug add 300ml luke warm water, 1 Tbsp olive oil, 1tsp sugar and 10g instant yeast, stir and leave to stand for about 10 minutes⁠
3. With the mixer running, gradually add the water to the flour in the mixer. Mix for 5-7 minutes, until the dough is smooth and elastic⁠
4. Cover the bowl with a damp tea towel and leave to rise for about an hour. Pre-heat the oven to 200C⁠
5. Take out the dough, gently shape it into a loaf shape and transfer to a lightly greased loaf tin⁠
6. Bake at 200C for 30 minutes or until golden and fragrant⁠
Enjoy! X ⁠
I should also add that since having my oven with its special bread proving and baking functions, my bread baking game has gone up several notches. You can watch a video how-to that I filmed with my Miele friends over at (just search Wholewheat Bread in the search bar) ⁠
  • Hey friends! The lovely people over at @yuppiechef have made all of their online courses available for FREE during lockdown, lekker hey?! Xx
  • 5 Minute Roasted Cashew Nut Butter!⁠⠀
To a good quality blender add⁠⠀
2 cups roasted cashews⁠⠀
4 Tbsp melted coconut oil ⁠⠀
1 Tbsp honey ⁠⠀
1 tsp vanilla⁠⠀
Pinch of salt ⁠⠀
- Blitz until creamy and then store in an airtight glass jar.⁠⠀
- Smother on everything from toast to crackers, porridge or even add into Asian satay sauces for extra creaminess. ⁠⠀
Sarah Loves Miele

I couldn’t be happier to have partnered with the amazing Miele family as an ambassador for their beautiful kitchen equipment, and we have had such an exciting journey so far. To find out more about Miele and their awesome range of highest-quality appliances, as well as upcoming events and campaigns that I’ll be hosting with them, and for our latest recipe and video collaborations, follow the conversation on social media with #SarahLovesMiele