Don't put your slow cooker away now that the weather has improved, try this zingy chicken recipe for a light summery dish.
You can use any kind of noodles for this dish, and really any vegetables, I’ve just included what I normally or prefer to use. If you don’t like something feel free to swap it out for an alternative. The chopping of the vegetables takes longer than the cooking in this recipe. If you are quick … Continue reading Easy Noodles
If you cook meat on the bone, then you really should be making broth and stock. Bone broth has become the superfood of recent times, but it’s nothing new and it’s so easy to make, especially if you have a slow cooker as you can cook it overnight. It doesn’t really matter if you … Continue reading Bone broth and stock
Sometimes you just want a big bowl of comfort food, and these Black Eyed Peas and Ham are for those days. Serve over baby spinach and you can call it a healthy dinner!
Basic recipe for cheese sauce, you could omit the cheese for a basic white sauce, but why would you?
Lots of recipes call for chopped coriander leaves, but did you know that the stalks are great in soups and sauces if you add them a bit earlier? I buy big bunches of coriander from the Asian supermarket and then chop the stalks and pop them into a freezer bag. I leave them flat in … Continue reading Coriander Stalks
These are nutty flavoured biscuits, or biscuits for your nutty dog - the choice is yours! The recipe was kindly given to my by my friend Julee who is a former chef, turned Prison Officer via owning a market stall selling doggie goods. She used to bake up massive batches of these biscuits in different … Continue reading Nutty Dog Biscuits
These are so easy to make, the weather was pants (as usual) when I made mine so I cooked them in the oven, but they are great cooked on skewers on the barbeque. Makes about 15 small or 5 large koftas Ingredients 500g minced lamb Small onion grated 2 tsp ground cumin 1 tsp … Continue reading Lamb Koftas
I read about Ella Mills journey through illness and self-healing through food and it resonated with me so much that I bought her first cookbook Deliciously Ella when it was published in January 2015, I then bought a copy for my sister, my niece and a friend as I enjoyed it so much. I think … Continue reading Butternut Squash Risotto
When you fancy a salad for lunch, but still want the option to heat it up. Layer in a jar to keep it easy to transport.