How to cook a low-carb roast dinner with... roasted whole cauliflower
That’s right – the humble roast has once again been voted as the nation’s favourite meal. In response to a YouGov survey on general eating habits, participants across Britain have chosen the traditional roast dinner as their most-loved meal.
A similar survey carried out by Currys PC World found that people from England, Scotland and Wales are increasingly exploring low-carb and other dietary options for both cooking and eating. In particular, participants from the North East of England and the South West of England had the greatest interest in low-carb meals, with 21% of survey respondents in both regions reporting that they’d eaten a low-carb meal in the past month. Wales was close behind with 18% of respondents reporting the same.
With 16% of British survey respondents stating that they had eaten a low-carb meal in the past month, it’s clear that people across Britain are increasingly taking a fresh approach to cooking. With that in mind, we asked Vicki Montague from the Free From Fairy blog to take a low-carb approach to Britain’s favourite meal.
If you love your roast dinner but would also love to reduce your carb intake, check out her recipe below for a delicious low-carb alternative to traditional roast dinner side dishes.
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About the Free From Fairy
Vicki Montague is also known as the Free From Fairy, thanks to her blog exploring the joys and possibilities of cooking wholesome, nutritious and delicious free-from food at home. A scientist, mother and recipe developer, Vicki recently gained a Silver Award for Innovation at the Free From Awards 2017 for her innovative wholegrain, rice-free and gluten-free flour blend.