This beetroot omelette with Goats cheese and rocket is a very pretty lunch. Add more beetroot juice to intensify the colour of the omelette if you desire, as the colour will fade when cooked. When cooking this under the grill, the omelette will rise up significantly so keep an eye […]
Tag: light meal
If you are starting to run low on supplies during this blizzard, this is the perfect reusable meal. Actually I feel lucky that my posts this week relate to reusing leftover ingredients, which is good timing with this weather! Believe me it was not intentional. This dish is using some […]
I always prepare a large batch of risotto and this is an alternative way to use up leftovers. It adds such a lovely crunch to the risotto and they are perfect dipping into your favourite sauce. They are also a great party food since the risotto can be prepared the […]
This yoghurt bowl is filling and delicious for during the week. I usually make the syrup the night before and just combine all the ingredients the next morning. The Almonds also add a nice crunch to the dish while the Pomegranate add small bursts of flavour.
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 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.
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.
I discovered these breaded olives on holidays and they are amazing! I just couldn’t get enough of them! They are a bit fiddly to make but the results are worth it. They can also be cooked in the oven but it is much faster to do them on the pan.
This is a very simple recipe for a starter or just a snack. The sweetness of the peaches combines beautifully with the saltiness of the feta while the mint dressing adds a further refreshing burst of flavour to the dish.