Recipes — Loss of taste

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Hump Day Frittata

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With all ingredients readily .
  • Alexandra Stewart
Bit 'O Crunch Salad

Bit 'O Crunch Salad 0

Experience the exhilarating crunch of cucumber, radish, and onion, harmonising with the creamy richness of avocado for a mouthwatering sensation. .

  • EAT NOURISH magazine
Cherry Yuzu Galette

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Citrus flavours, in general, are often recommended when experiencing taste changes during chemotherapy because they can be strong and refreshing. .

  • EAT NOURISH magazine
Orange & Cardamom Cake

Orange & Cardamom Cake 0

Indulge in the sensory symphony of our Orange Cardamom Cake! Beyond its delightful flavour, the citrusy aroma of orange stimulates the senses, whi.

  • Centre For Cancer Nutrition
Moroccan-Inspired Sour Cream Cake

Moroccan-Inspired Sour Cream Cake 0

While ras-el-hanout might not be the usual suspect in cake recipes, its unique blend of earthy flavours surprisingly elevates this treat. The rich.

  • Centre For Cancer Nutrition
Cauliflower & Cheese Tart

Cauliflower & Cheese Tart 0

Indulge in a delicious Cauliflower and Cheese Tart with roasted cauliflower, tangy cheddar, and aromatic fresh mint, encased in a golden puff past.

  • The Cancer Cookery School
Breakfast Tacos

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Craving a luxurious breakfast bursting with delightful flavours to energise your day and awaken your taste buds? Search no more! Brimming with uma.

  • EAT NOURISH Magazine
Creamy Mushroom Pasta

Creamy Mushroom Pasta 0

This velvety mushroom pasta is delightfully tender and gentle on the palate. The texture can be customised to accommodate dry mouths and sensitive.

  • Kee-moh Snacks
Butternut Squash Risotto

Butternut Squash Risotto 0

This risotto is bursting with flavour due to the combination of sweet butternut squash, aromatic onions and garlic, creamy parmesan cheese, and th.

  • The Cancer Cookery School
Colourful Hydrating Salad

Colourful Hydrating Salad 0

This colourful and hydrating salad is not only great for keeping the body well hydrated, but it also offers a range of other benefits that can enh.

  • The Cancer Cookery School
Comforting Pea & Ham Soup

Comforting Pea & Ham Soup 0

Pea and Ham Soup is a hearty and comforting soup that is a classic favourite in many households. The comb.

  • The Cancer Cookery School
Spicy Roasted Cauliflower

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Umami is considered the fifth basic taste, along with sweet, sour, bitter, and salty. It's often described as a savoury, meaty, or brothy flavour,.

  • The Cancer Cookery School
Pea & Zucchini Fritters

Pea & Zucchini Fritters 0

With a couple of really big umami ingredients, these fritters are sure to set your taste buds firing.

  • The Cancer Cookery School
4 Bean Bangers

4 Bean Bangers 0

Sausages that suit metallic taste! Yes, you heard that right. Plant-based snags but you would never know it.

  • Eat Nourish Magazine
Soft Slaw

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🧐 You've heard of coleslaw, right? Now there's Soft Slaw. It's our version of coleslaw for people who have a sore mouth and difficulty chewing as .

  • The Cancer Cookery School
Christmas Pudding No Churn Ice-Cream

Christmas Pudding No Churn Ice-Cream 0

This no churn ice-cream couldn't be easier. Cool in the mouth, it will add another layer of interest when added to a warm dessert. Alternatively, .

  • The Cancer Cookery School