These yoghurt shots are refreshing and full of flavour for a early morning boost. They can be prepared the night before and kept in the fridge plus they are really pretty so they always add a smile to my face during these dark winter mornings.
This Turmeric rice recipe is simple and apart from the spices there is few ingredients. This is a tasty side dish to any curry or I usually just end up eating it on its own with a boiled egg or two.
These potato wedges are sweet n spicy with a lovely crunch. I pre-boiled the wedges as this speeds up the cooking time in the oven and it leaves the wedges more fluffier in texture. This is perfect served with some chilli sauce for dipping.
These Turmeric onions with raisins and ginger is a perfect side dish to any meal. It is an easy recipe to remember with so few ingredients. It is perfect served with curries or even roasts.
This fig and almond tart is full of flavour and plenty of texture. The cake’s base is a shortcrust layer, topped with a sweet fig jam layer and finished with a soft sponge cake. It is perfect served with a bit of cream on the side with a cup of […]
This frozen fig yoghurt is quick to make and is perfect for any light dessert.
This fig jam is really sweet and works great with savoury ingredients. I try and use fresh figs when I can get these but dried figs work fine too. You can tell when the jam is cooked by the colour. When blended the colour of the mixture is light brown […]
This green bean and potato roast is a perfect side to any Sunday dinner. The potato gets really crunchy with the added flavours of the tahini and sesame seeds. Sesame oil is always a nice addition drizzled over for an extra bit of flavour.
This green soup is full of vitamins and nutrients which is needed at this time of year. This soup can be varied with the addition of peas or kale, whatever is left in the fridge of freezer. This is really tasty served with some garlic bread…
What a better way to start the day than with a Breakfast Burrito. This is really filling and I usually have this for brunch at the weekends. The potato hash can be prepared by frying some onions with potatoes until soft and just season before serving.