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 rather than the shop bought … Continue reading Lamb and Beef Kebabs
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 year when the ingredients compliment … Continue reading Frittata
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 in cheese sauce to hide … Continue reading Cauliflower with Capers and Vinegar
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 be great, but if you only … Continue reading Soya Bean and Chorizo
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
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!
When you can't be bothered to shop or cook this No Shop Bean Stew is so easy, it uses ingredients you will already have in the house, and you can eat it from a bowl on the sofa too! Suitable for vegetarians and vegans, yet hearty enough for any meat eating carnivore!
This is a no-chop sauce, and I urge everyone to give it a try. It cooks in the same time as your pasta, that means you can get a tasty dinner on the table in less than ten minutes
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.
A great recipe for winter, my Mung Bean Dhal is packed with immune boosting ingredients. This is naturally vegetarian and can easily be adapted to be a vegan dish.