This isn’t really are recipe, it’s an assembly!
Super easy and tasty, I cooked this for me and my friend the other week and she couldn’t believe how easy it was. I am all about taste over faff, and this is a great example of just allowing the ingredients to … Continue Reading
This would work equally well with thinly sliced beef or chicken. And if you have some cherry tomatoes in the fridge feel free to add those in too. This is a recipe we look up a lot in our house as it uses up ingredients that I always seem to … Continue Reading
Thank you Waitrose for such an easy recipe. It is delicious, light and yet comforting.
Don’t cut back on the time cooking the fennel, it needs to be soft and delicate.
I have served mine with sprouting broccoli, but there is a fair amount of unctuous sauce which a lovely … Continue Reading
We’ve had the most amazing summer this year, and I’ve made these several times. You can make them with just lamb, or just beef mince but I like the combination. The only way to mix them is to get your hands into the mixture. I challenge you to try these … Continue Reading
What is the difference between frittata and a Spanish Omlette? For me the only difference is that a frittata is new potatoes and a Spanish Omlette is skinless ‘old’ potatoes. I’m not sure if that is accurate, but that’s how we differentiate in our house.
There are times of the … Continue Reading
Cauliflowers available in the UK all year round and I love finding different ways to cook them. The humble cauliflower is often overlooked and I think the reason most people are a bit uninspired by them are because they’ve only ever eaten them overboiled and a bit smelly, or covered … Continue Reading
The inspiration for this dish came from Omar Allibhoy recipe in Spanish Made Simple. His recipe used fresh broad beans, but this was created on the fly one evening and these are the ingredients that I always have in the house, if you have fresh broad beans they would … Continue Reading
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 … Continue Reading
Black eyed peas or black eyed beans? I think English call them beans and the Americans call them peas, but either way I’ve had a bag of dried peas sitting in my cupboard for months, and this week I decided it was time I did something with them! I’m currently … Continue Reading
I made this stew the other day when we arrived back from our holiday, I really didn’t want take-out but arrived home on a Sunday evening when the shops were closed. It uses ingredients that I always have in my house, and you could easily swap and substitute. It would … Continue Reading