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Spicy Roasted Cabbage WedgesGot cabbage? Great. Make this recipe. It's very simple!Low-Carb Magical Mushroom SauceThis is literally the best mushroom sauce you will ever eat in your life.Low-Carb Tuna Poke BowlsI know. You’re thinking, ‘What about the pineapple?’ For what you get in carbs in this small amount of pineapple, you get a million times more in digestive enzymes. But that’s not a license to be naughty. With the pineapple included, this is a once a week or month kind of dish. Unless of course you don’t give a shit about carbs. Then you can eat it whenever you like.Carb-free Cauli-wrapsCauli-wraps are another superb “fake carb” for which we owe thanks to the cauliflower. They won’t keep as long as a standard tortilla so you’ll want to freeze them and defrost as needed.Baked Eggs with Haddock, Cheddar and SpinachEggs are one of the most nutritious foods you can eat and this is a great way to start the day.Banting Toad in the HoleToad in the Hole is a traditional British dish, but this has been adapted for banting and will make for a filling breakfast.Banting CocoaThis banting Cocoa is very easy to make. Who said you couldn't have a delicious hot drink when banting?Chicken Espetada with Warm Pesto VeggiesEspetada roughly translated from Portuguese means "skewered", also commonly referred to as a kebab. Kebab means many different things in different parts of the world so for safety sake, if you don’t feel like saying ES-PE-TA-DA, you could always just say 'skewer'.Coconut French ToastUnless you are in a flying rush in the morning, this is well worth it.Kassler Chops with Bubble and SqueakKassler Chops are smoked pork chops and are a traditional German cuisine.Parmesan and Walnut Crusted TomatoesThis is a great veggie option for those who can’t handle eating rich meat every morning. It’s packed with heaps of goodness.Beef Moussaka Topped with Creamy ParmesanMoussaka is believed to have originated in the Ottoman Empire and was also popularised in Greece. This is a much more exciting, aromatic alternative to lasagne.Beef Goulash SoupThis hearty dish is popular in Austria and Hungary, and is great for lunch or dinner.Thai Red Chicken CurryFeel free to vary the amount of red curry paste according to how hot you want the dish. If you prefer a more mild flavour, rather start off with a small amount and add according to taste.Coconut BreadCoconut bread will go a long way towards helping you to satisfy those bread cravings. You should try it, it's delicious.Quick chicken Banting pastaEnjoy more flavour and texture with this beautiful Banting friendly "pasta" dish. Once you try this you'll wonder why you ever bothered with traditional pasta recipes.Roast leg of lamb with mint sauceThere isn't much that can beat a succulent leg of lamb cooked on the bone. Impress your friends and family with this delicious recipe.Cauli KedgereeOriginally a breakfast for kings, Kedgeree stems from a mishmash of Indian and colonial English origin. We prefer calling it a breakfast of champions.Beef Bourguignon with Cauli-MashBeef Bourguignon was one of the first dishes I ever learnt to make. I was working in a pub in Bournemouth on the south coast of England and this was one of the Sunday lunch house favourites. Although I learnt the English method first, this dish originates from Burgundy, hence the name.