This spiced apple chutney is a delicious way to use any leftover apples or any surplus apples if you have a apple tree. Be warned though to keep the windows shut when cooking this as wasps love its smell! I ended up with 5 wasps in the kitchen the last […]
At this time of year when there is plentiful supply of apples I love making this recipe. I prefer to juice my own apples since the juice is not so sweet as the store bought versions. This is perfect with some vegetarian sausages, mash and onions. The cabbage turns out […]
These chocolate dipped fingers require very little effort with minimum ingredients. This is great for whipping up a tasty treat when the cupboards are looking a bit bare.
These florentine biscuits are delicious and light. They bake in a few minutes and the dried fruit and nuts adds an interesting range of textures. Usually when I take the florentines out of the oven, I pop them into the fridge to harden which allows them to come off the […]
These cookies are the ultimate sugar boost for any Monday blues. I left the white chocolate into large chunks so they would not melt too much in the oven. The texture of these cookies are soft and light with bursts of chewy cranberries and sweet chunks of chocolate.
This Eggs n bread is a perfect breakfast over the weekend. Its quick and simple and only a few ingredients. This is perfect with the eggs soft and runny…my favourite way to serve eggs.
These savoury muffins are prefect served with some soup. My favourite soup with these is tomato soup which really emphasise’s the sun dried tomato in the muffin. This recipe will make approx 6 muffins and the chedder cheese can always be replaced with goats cheese.
This toasted Halloumi pitta is a perfect quick lunch to bring into work. The harrissa paste adds some heat to this sambo while the avocado adds a cooling effect. The halloumi can be grilled the night before and it is perfect for the next day.
These frozen yoghurt bites are simple to make and the popping candy adds an element of fun to the recipe. I tend to use soft plastic ice cube trays since they are easier to pop out the contents and they come in a variety of shapes.
These Tandoori potatoes are delicious and are slightly spicy, just add more chilies for a more fiery dish if you prefer. The potatoes come out all soft and fluffy with a crispy outer skin, yummm. I love this dish on its own for supper or served as a side with […]