On the go

Just because you won't have access to a microwave doesn't mean you can't bring a homemade lunch with you when you're on the go. These meals are delicious at room temperature.
Roast cauliflower wraps with chickpea feta smash, pomegranate, and herbs

Roast cauliflower wraps with chickpea feta smash, pomegranate, and herbs

Creamy feta and avocado combine beautifully with lightly spiced cauliflower in this irresistible wrap. Pomegranate seeds provide bursts of sweet and sour flavour with every bite, while chickpeas add a subtle nutty flavour and plenty of protein to make this a wholesome, nutritious, meal that's so delicious you'll want to make it again and again. More

Asparagus and artichoke cous cous salad with falafel

Asparagus and artichoke cous cous salad with falafel

My first creation since coming home is packed with the best, boldest flavours – spicy jalapenos, tangy lemon and sumac, salty feta, and fresh spring onions, among even more good stuff. It might look light enough, but the combination of falafel and lentils give this meal some serious filling power. Packed into a wrap or eaten straight from the fork, this meal really hits the spot. Ditch the feta and use hommus instead of yoghurt for an (almost) equally delicious vegan option. More

Black bean, rice and corn burrito bowl with fresh tomato, avocado and lime

Black bean, rice and corn burrito bowl with fresh tomato, avocado and lime

I first made this recipe for a bunch of friends on a little island called Ilhabela in Brazil. It combines fresh and long-life ingredients that you tend to be able to find just about anywhere. I used the small but punchy array of spices that I've been carrying with me everywhere while travelling to give it a bit of a kick, but as with most things Mexican inspired, it's the lime and coriander that really makes it! More

No-cook Mediterranean chickpea salad

No-cook Mediterranean chickpea salad

Here on a small island off the coast of Brazil with no real supermarkets, it seemed possibly a little ambitious to make a meal for ourselves. But the ingredients of this salad are simple enough, and substitutable enough, to make it possible. And it doesn't even require cooking! More

Japanese deconstructed sushi salad

Japanese deconstructed sushi salad

This dish combines classic vegetarian sushi ingredients, including tofu, egg, cucumber and avocado, in a simple cold salad with a delicious Japanese mayonnaise, soy sauce and wasabi dressing. More