My greatest weakness in cooking has always been meringues… not for taste just I could never cook them right, either they go brown or they flatten in the oven or they just wont go crisp. So I set myself a challenge for the last few weeks to resolve this, yes […]
This moussaka is the vegetarian version but very filling and morrish. The topping reminds me of a cheese souffle covering a spicy base. This is great with some crusty bread to scoop up the lovely sauce.
If you are getting bored of Hummus then this Ganoush is a perfect alternative. The pomegranate seeds adds an element of freshness to the dish and it is perfect served with some naan bread. If the mixture is too thick then just add more olive oil to loosen it out.
I have never been a fan of aubergines especially their texture so I decided to cook a few dishes to change my mind. This aubergine dahl is quick n easy to make and tastes delicious. Especially when it is served with a bit of creme fraiche and naan bread. It […]
This is a perfect lunch or supper recipe especially since sweet potatoes cook a lot faster than the white versions. The recipe has a combination of different flavours which all compliment each other and enrich the overall dish. I left the potato skins on and just lightly rinsed and scrubbed.
The sweet potato and peanuts in this recipe works really well together and the peanut butter really thickens the sauce so add it in the last few mins. I have used pearl barley with this recipe but it can always be served with rice or wedges whatever is your preference. […]
I love sweet potato and I’m always looking for inspiring and new ways to cook it. My posts will be centrally based on this ingredient for the week and I hope that you enjoy them and of course try them at home. This traybake I combined all my favourite ingredients […]
This carrot salad is perfect as a side dish to any meal or roasted chickpeas can always be added to make it a more substantial lunch. The dressing make the salad really refreshing adding a bit of zing while the carrots give the salad a really splendid colour and flavour.
I first discovered this in a sandwich deli and I have been trying to replicate it since. Its amazing and sweet and with the red cabbage shredded, the vinegar makes it goes lovely and soft. I love this served on the side with lasange or baked potatoes.
This week the posts will be focused on the Raw food theory. This theory is based on food which is not cooked allowing it to maintain a higher nutritional value. I have kept the recipes simple and quick to make and they are best prepared the night before to allow […]