Beetroot and hummus work really well together and I have combined them in this recipe to tempt the tastebuds. The crispy chickpeas add a bite to this sandwich while the mayonnaise prevents it from tasting too dry.
This week I will be focusing on club sandwich combinations. These are a complete meal in one and something which I can never find when I eat out. I have combined my favourite ingredients to create the utilimate mega sandwiches. I hope you enjoy these as much as I did. […]
I have been intrigued with the concept of traditional Cornish pasty. These were cooked for Cornish miners for ease of carrying and storing down in the mines. The original version had dinner at one end of the pasty and dessert at the other. All cooked in the pasty. Some even […]
This dessert is quick to make and contains few ingredients. It’s a good way to use up any left over apples. I usually serve this with some coconut cream and smashed nuts.
These muffins are ideal for breakfast. I make them the night before and they are a nice change from cereal or porridge. If preferred banana can be added instead of the apple but since apples are in season I decided to use these.
This is a really quick dessert, no cooking just compiling ingredients together. The saltiness of the pretzel is amazing with the banana and I opted for coconut cream for the flavour.
This crumble has been pimped up from the traditional recipes with hazelnuts in the crumble to add more crunch and rum in the fruit to add a more intense flavour. This dessert is always perfect for the Autumn since the fruits are in season and it’s starting to get a […]
This berry Pavlova is the quickest dessert I have made yet. I bought the base to save time and hassle and the ice cream can be varied with whipped cream. Also the chocolate can be swapped with crushed nuts.
This broccoli and almond stir fry is quick to make and full of texture and flavour. The almonds I had toasted previously on a dry pan over a medium heat for approx 5 minutes until golden.
This sesame seed tofu is a perfect starter/ side dish to any meal. The sesame seeds and cornflour creates a coating which adds to crunch of the tofu. I usually serve with chopped up spring onions and a dipping sauce made out of soya sauce and honey.