This couldn’t be more classic, other than the the tomatoes, which are completely optional. There are 100’s of possible combinations!
I didn’t have a cauliflower, so used broccoli instead and was very pleased with the outcome. I knew it would be nice!
A fresh and delicious loaf with red pepper and onion, no need to knead, so simple to make
I made some lovely caramelised red onion chutney yesterday and I’m really pleased with it. The only problem is, I don’t know whether to call it red onion marmalade or red onion chutney!
Jacket potatoes filled with cheese are one of the most popular ways to eat a baked potato.
This is vegan and gluten free recipe is a Punjabi recipe, packed full of vegetables, pulses and spices. Make it hot if you like things that way. Personally, I like a lot of spice and hardly any heat
These pitta bread are the ones I made on a Greek Cuisine course I went on with my husband at Claverham College. One of the things we made were these pitta bread.
I think you will be able to see from the picture that they are pillowy, puffy and soft. They were easy to do, and as they are so basic ingredients, very cheap.
I’m playing with the idea of posting a weeks meal plan on Monday’s. Nothing fancy, just what I have planned for us for the next week.
For brunch today, I had an absolutely delicious savoury baked oats dish and I give that version in the recipe card. I have had a little ponder and come up with lots of other flavour possibilities too.
These are simply divine, hot out of the oven with a generous slice of cheese in the middle, so it half melts.
Chicken liver parfait that’s smooth unctuous and rich. Vary it around the amount of ingredients you have, it’s very accommodating
These noodles don’t take too long and you can really stretch out a few shreds of chicken or keep it vegan