I make this with ham for my hubby and smoked salmon for me! He doesn't really like dressings, but this zingy horseradish one has definitely converted him. Ingredients - makes 2 100g frozen peas 175g beetroot cubed 2 spring onions thinly sliced 2 baby gem lettuce sliced 100g ham 2 tsp yogurt or creme fraiche … Continue reading Ham and Beetroot Salad
You can layer this salad in a jar to make it more portable, it tastes just as good with beef or chicken.
I created this recipe for my lovely client Lynda, she wanted to wow her family by cooking a paella. This is a really easy version, it can be on the table in 30 minutes, and uses lot of ingredients from the freezer and store cupboard. Ingredients - serves 4 2 tblsp olive oil 2 medium onions … Continue reading Lynda’s Chicken, Chorizo & Prawn easy Paella
This recipe was created after I challenged a client to bake without added sugar. The bars are lovely and sweet, made with maple syrup and malt extract.
Light yet comforting recipe, with a bonus that you get to drink the rest of the bottle of wine
I spotted a recipe for salmon skewers and forwarded it to my lovely client Shannon as she loves fish and cooking on the barbecue. She tweaked the original recipe and this is her version. I think it’s really unusual to have pineapple and salmon but the combination works really well, and I do like pineapple … Continue reading Shannon’s Salmon Skewers
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
This is so simple, and a really tasty addition to any meal. I serve it as part of a tapas, or as a side with any kind of barbecue in the summer. It’s also great for picnics and if we have leftover kebabs or chicken I like it with the cold meat in my lunchbox. … Continue reading Carrot and Cumin Salad
For years I though I didn’t like fennel as I was told it tastes like aniseed, but it’s very subtle, so give this a try you never know you might like it!
This tasty yet light curry is perfect in the summer, it’s pretty quick to cook and you can keep it for a few days in the fridge. I sent a portion to a friend who was recuperating in hospital, I packed some curry along with basmati rice and popped in into a tiffin box to … Continue reading Summer Greens, Beans and Lentil Curry