Good cooking doesn’t need to be complicated. A pantry filled with beautiful whole food essentials, and a fridge housing the freshest produce, builds effortless flavour and nourishment for meals created with simplicity at heart, that are a joy to cook and to eat.

It’s the simple things. The honest, uncomplicated, wholesome things that make life truly wonderful.

A quiet pause sipping a warm drink, basking in the morning winter sun before the day’s hustle begins. A cheeky smile from your bright-eyed little one as they sneak into your bed for a cuddle, you notice how big they’re growing and cherish it all the more. A simple meal shared with the fondest of friends, where wine and laughter overflow becomes food for the body and for the soul. A simple moment shared in secret with your lover at midnight. A slow meander along a never-ending shoreline under an apricot sunset. A simple embrace that breathes out the longest sigh of contentment and says, I am happy when things are simple.

In a world of chaos and clutter, of hustle and hurry, we crave the simple. Simple relationships, simple routine, simple cooking. Our narrative for this recipe collection is simply that. Delicious, wholesome weekday meals with few ingredients, simple flavours and minimal cooking times that simply nourish your body and satisfy your soul. 

Good cooking doesn’t need to be complicated. A pantry filled with beautiful whole food essentials, and a fridge housing the freshest produce, builds effortless flavour and nourishment for meals created with simplicity at heart, that are a joy to cook and to eat.

Our Simply Nourished Recipe Collection features some of our timeless family favourite meals; from a warming breakfast to greet the day, through to effortless dinners boasting enormous flavour that complete the evening with pure contentment. All of these recipes can be tweaked according to your diet, whether you're vegan, paleo, and everything in between, and can be adjusted with the fresh seasonal produce in your fridge. We invite you to enjoy these nourishing recipes and fall in love with simple perfection all over again.

Clean-Out-The-Fridge Veggie Curry

No weeknight meal plan is complete without a one-pot wonder that uses up all the veggies hanging around in the fridge. This curry is seriously tasty and fuss-free! If you’re like us and don’t feel like making a curry paste from scratch after a big day, you’ll love this recipe. We made this recipe using an authentic, additive & preservative free curry paste that packs a real flavour punch!

15 Minute Pho

Got the hunger for pho but don’t have time to make it from scratch? Well, no need to get pho-mo! cause you can make it in minutes with our beautiful broth powders. Make it vegan by using our veggie broth powder and omitting the fish sauce.

Simple Quinoa Bowl with Smokey Coconut Bacon

This delicious creation is a lunchtime staple at Nutra HQ. The smokey vegan coconut bacon makes it an absolute next level dish, but for an extra speedy version, you could use just toasted coconut chips. 

Seared Salmon with Tamari Caramel Glaze and Miso Greens

Gorgeous umami flavours, sticky salty caramel paired with a fresh, crispy salad and earthy brown rice… YUM! This weeknight staple is definitely on the gourmet side but is easy and quick to make. 

Pumpkin and Kale Pesto Zucchini Pasta

Once we discovered hemp seeds in pesto, a whole new world of pesto opportunities opened up and we promise you’ll be impressed-o with this pesto! Our take on a kale pesto using hemp seeds instead of pine nuts and Vegan nutritional savoury flakes instead of parmesan makes with an all-around winner for dinner!

This classic family dish of pumpkin, pesto and pasta takes it to a new level with replacing ordinary pasta for zucchini noodles, but you could use almost any veggie that can go through a spiralizer. 

Breaky Bowl

What’s great about a breaky bowl is it’s basically a selection of your favourite things you like to eat, all together in one big bowl of goodness. This recipe is a favourite, combining fermented foods, healthy fats, protein, iron rich kale and nuts and seeds. It’ll keep you feeling satisfied well into lunch time! 

Rainbow Bowl with Spiced Turmeric Rice and Green Goddess Dressing

The term ‘eat the rainbow’ couldn’t be more appealing with this eye-catching bowl of goodness! We got a little spiralizer happy with this one, but if you don’t have this device on hand, you can cut the veggies into julienne strips or even buy some fresh store bought spiralled vege. 

Chia Bircher Muesli

Chia is a wonderful alternative for a bircher recipe. It’s so simple to put together the night before and enjoy for breaky the next day. 

Hassleback Sweet Potatoes

This exotic take on a classic works perfectly as a side dish to dinner or a light lunch served with a little salad. You can also get creative with the toppings and make a herb and garlic dressing, or a vegan parmesan with our Vegan Nutritional Savoury Flakes. 

Chicken/Tofu Skewers with Cauliflower Couscous

This weeknight winner can be made with either tofu or a meat of your choice. For extra exoticness, the Za’atar figs make a beautiful addition, but the dish is also lovely and flavourful without them. 


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