If you’re dreaming of baguettes and bakeries, whip up this super easy rosemary and tomato salad from Christiane and James Duigan’s healthy cookbook, Clean and Lean for Life. Topped with sourdough croutons, it’ll satisfy your carb-cravings without the added guilt. Mixed with rosemary, it is fresh as well as filling and also nutritious – rosemary is a great blood cleanser and anti-inflammatory agent.
3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
2 rosemary sprigs, leaves removed
1 large garlic clove, crushed
2 sourdough bread slices, cubed
1 small cucumber, chopped
250g cherry tomatoes, halved
150g pitted olives
75g feta or labne, crumbled
a splash of apple cider vinegar
sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
Eating ‘clean and lean’ means eating whole, nutrient-dense, delicious meals and cutting out sugars and processed ingredients. James Duigan’s latest cookbook, Clean and Lean for Life is full of simple, everyday recipes that make eating clean easy. Inside its pages you’ll find over 150 vibrant and nutrient-rich recipes that are free from gluten, dairy and refined sugar, as well as explanations of the Clean and Lean philosophy and reasons for living this way, the ingredients to stock up your kitchen and practical tips and tricks which readers can refer back to at any time. Clean and Lean for Life will give you all the tools you need to feel energised, healthier and stronger.