Cauliflowers are packed full of B-vitamins, fibre, phytonutrients and antioxidants. If you ever want something different than the classic old cauli and cheese sauce, or just a gluten and bread free pizza than look no further. This one requires a little bit of work, but not a lot more than making a dough from scratch (a sneaky trick to save some time is to use cauliflower rice from the supermarket). You can also add other things to the base, like quinoa, lentils, parsnip, just make sure to chop it up really small! Once it is baked you can use it like a normal pizza base, load it up with your favorite toppings and even make them in bulk and freeze them.
The is a wholesome dinner or lunch for the family, or to impress your friends so check out the recipe and give it a go! Don't forget to tag Urban Orchards in your facebook and insta posts so we can see all your creations :)
For the time of the year when lemons are growing prolifically. If you have a tree and don't know what to do with all those lemons, or buy some cheap from your neighbors through Urban Orchards, this is a great way to use them. This was one of my favorite slices growing up, with a mix of the crunchy base and the soft warm tart filling, all covered with icing sugar. But most importantly, it uses 2 lemons worth of juice and the zest. Everyone I have given these too has absolutely loved them, friends, neighbors and family so check out the recipe and give it a go! Don't forget to tag Urban Orchards in your facebook and insta posts so we can see all your creations :)
After eating or juicing your beautiful citrus fruit, you are left with a few options for the peels. You can zest them, compost them or CANDY THEM!!!! This is a simple process that turns all your citrus scraps into a great condiment (or a sneakily healthy treat). These can be used in baking, salads, as cocktail garnishes or even dipped in chocolate to add some class to your platters. Making them is soo easy, all you need is your leftover citrus peels (cut into slices or get creative with fun shapes), sugar and water. If you find them too bitter you can reduce the bitterness by removing some of the pith. Check out the recipe and give it a go! Don't forget to tag Urban Orchards in your facebook and insta posts so we can see all your creations :)
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