This truffle and mushroom pasta is a perfect romantic meal around Valentines day. Yes I know that it’s just truffle oil in the recipe and not proper truffle but there is a no of reasons for this choice, a) truffles are hard to find b) they are expensive and c) […]
These cinnamon heart buns are a perfect treat for Valentines Day. They are light and sweet and heart shaped…well as heart shaped as I could shape them! They are a perfect treat to share with that someone special in your life or just for yourself. The bitterness of the lemon […]
I am addicted to these Banana and cinnamon pancakes. They are so quick to make, and I have been making these for years. Leave to stand for 30 minutes before cooking and you will end up with perfect pancakes….The only thing which I find really good when making pancakes is […]
These beetroot brownies is the best of both worlds, a sweet treat which includes some nutritional value. The beetroot blends in perfectly with the dark chocolate and still tastes delicious. I love gooey brownies and the beetroot in these brownies really helps keep them moist. Serve with ice cream or […]
This week my posts will be focusing on sweet treats which incorporates more fruit/veg than the classic versions. One of these sweet treats is this Lime pie which instead of a biscuit base has an alternative version which contains dates and walnuts. I prefer this version since it is less […]
These taco shells are a messy wonder but their crispy shells and hidden contents of spicey and cool flavours is unbeatable. They are best served straight away when the taco shells are really crispy!
Burrito bowls are amazing, they are not as messy as Burritos and they look more appetising. I always have fun arranging all the ingredients since there is so an array of colour and flavour. The taco chips add a nice nit of crunch to the mixture and they also help […]
This weeks posts have been really inspired by all the burrito bars that I have been visiting lately in Dublin. There is such a variety of ingredients and it is perfect for brunch at the weekends to cure any hangover! This black bean burrito is my version of the many […]
I first discovered black quinoa a few years ago but it did take a few trials before I could get it cooked right. I found the best procedure is to soak it overnight before cooking it, this ensures that it becomes tender after a short period of cooking. The cider […]
This time of year I love cooking meals with bright colours, it just brings a bit of colour on these dark evenings. This orange, beetroot and radish salad certainly has this, a rainbow on a plate. It is best served fresh either hot or cold.