Recipes — Texture

RSS
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
Nothing In The Fridge For Dinner Salad

Nothing In The Fridge For Dinner Salad 0

This salad brings together a variety of textures, ensuring each bite is a thrilling adventure for the taste buds that might be seeking some excite.

  • Alexandra Stewart
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
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
Sesame Taste Tempters

Sesame Taste Tempters 0

If your taste is faltering and flavour is right down, try these little treats. Combining some seriously good umami ingredients along with a crunch.

  • Centre For Cancer Nutrition
Chicken & Pink Grapefruit Salad

Chicken & Pink Grapefruit Salad 0

Combining warm grains with cooling grapefruit gives the mouth extra sensation in the absence of flavour. The citrus notes of the grapefruit may cu.

  • Centre For Cancer Nutrition
Berrylicious Smoothie Bowl

Berrylicious Smoothie Bowl 0

Nothing screams Spring like this bright and beautiful smoothie bowl!

  • Centre For Cancer Nutrition
Tasty Sausage Rolls

Tasty Sausage Rolls 0

Home made sausage rolls tweaked to suit bland taste, loss of taste and smell, sore moth, dry mouth and throat, metallic taste, and if you need add.

  • Centre For Cancer Nutrition
Chicken San Choy Bao

Chicken San Choy Bao 0

This amazing recipe is full of umami flavours and textures to cut through those dull taste buds.

  • Centre For Cancer Nutrition
Peanut Butter Cookies - Three Ways

Peanut Butter Cookies - Three Ways 0

There's something for everyone here. One basic recipe, three tastes and two different textures! 

  • Centre For Cancer Nutrition