This is a corker of a dish that takes me back to my childhood, using my mum’s famous pea pesto. I’ve teamed up with Kenwood to show you how to make my Tortelloni recipe using the Kenwood Chef. The video for this recipe is available on the Milly Cookbook Facebook page and the Kenwood page here.
A delicious and fresh recipe that’s perfect for lamb whilst it’s in season. This can either be made in the oven as instructed or on a BBQ for summer. Team with lots of fragrant herby pomegranate couscous and a molasses and lemon dressed green salad.
Fruit in savoury dishes is something I’ve loved experimenting with and blackberries with this steak dish, if I may so myself, is perhaps one of the best pairings I’ve thought out.
Perhaps not authentically Italian, however, I take comfort in knowing this is how an Italian nonna taught me to make the dish, once upon a time.
A corker of a dish that warms you from the inside out.
To celebrate ‘The Power of Frozen’, Iceland invited me to a day of Christmas frivolities, cocktails and chef demos to highlight some of their Christmas range.
Halloween and Guy Fawkes are over, and I have zero qualms in admitting I am one of the first to fling the Christmas fairy lights up. Albeit hoisting up a bauble clad Christmas tree already might be somewhat premature, I’m eagerly in the mood for Christmas and everything it brings.
An absolute must on Sundays, the classic Roast Pork. This recipe needs a good few hours as the pork is slow roasted for four hours, giving it the texture of soft pulled pork but with a tip for the best crackling. Serve with onion and cider gravy, it’s the ultimate Sunday indulgence.
More often than not, the day after the night before, I need stodge, cheese and carbs. I want something easy to prepare and leave the stove and oven to do all the work for me. I bring you my Pork and Sage Lasagne. A slightly different take on the original we all know and love and a little bit lighter,…
This is such an easy and comforting dinner but looks like you’ve made a bit of an effort – Winning. My sticky and spicy meatballs carry an Asian flavour so team with a ribboned cucumber salad and steamed rice or noodles. Drench it all in the sweet and spicy sauce and dig in.