If you’re after an Easter treat of the non-chocolate variety I have the answer! Carbonara ( and real carbonara FYI, no cream please) twirled into birds nests with an oozy egg yolk in the middle. A lovely treat for the Easter weekend and bank holiday.
I never understand why people are so keen to buy hummus from the supermarket when for a quarter of the price you can make your own, and triple the amount.
Classic French onion soup gets a makeover and taken to the UK with this super warming and moorish hug in a mug. Sweet caramelised onions, english cider and lashings of cheddar cheese and topped with the easiest cheesy croutons makes for a hearty, filling and insanely delicious lunch or light supper.
Don’t let your pumpkins go to waste after Halloween. Chop them up and make a super easy and warming bowl of thai spiced pumpkin soup. Make a big batch and freeze it for an easy supper on a cold day – Winning.
Salad’s needn’t taste bland. My waistline friendly Waldorf salad tastes just as good but is packed with antioxidants and slathered in a fat-free dressing. Winning.
I love a bit of Quiche and when there’s nothing in the fridge it’s so easy to make a simple and easy supper from the leftovers. Only thing is, I like a large slice or two, and the butter content in the pastry was quite literally weighing me down … so, as I seem to have a constant supply of…
Sometimes it’s nice to mix things up a bit and whilst we still want the christmas flavours the stodge is sometimes less welcome! So why not try my Warm Christmas Salad made from baked cauliflower, brown rice, pomegranate jewels, shredded carrot and rocket and dressed in a chilli orange and agave vinaigrette. It’s a delicious side dish or light lunch…
This Winter Warmer recipe is part of my series for The Good Food Channel, something new and very exciting; you can reach my hub page HERE This recipe is one of my favourites and once you know how, it’s really easy to whip up. You can read my recipe below of watch the video with my good friend Anna Shaffer HERE.
It’s that time of year, we all need a hug in a mug after those blustery cold and drizzly days and what better bowl of comfort than some home-made tomato soup. Better than the tinned stuff, you know exactly what’s gone into yours and it tastes a million times better than that oh so sugary tinned variety we know so…
Fancy something a bit different for dinner? Trying to eat less meat and follow #MeatFreeMonday? Then this one’s for you. Its so easy to make and serves wonderfully as a meal in itself or as a side dish. Roasted wild mushrooms, a garlic and pine nut crumb, fresh rocket and soft goats cheese, this is clean and fresh food at its best.
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