If you’re looking for a winter warmer for your lunches then this recipe is for you and it couldn’t be easier. Using simple, nutritious, whole foods and some basic herbs and spices you can make a satisfying, tasty meal without the need for any fancy ingredients.
I love dinner parties and having big family meals. The best way to eat family style is with something that everyone can tuck into and that doesn’t require a lot of time away from the party and in the kitchen. This chicken mole just needs everything thrown in the slow […]
Butternut squash is such a sweet and versatile vegetable. It is also a lower carb substitute for potato varieties (if that’s what you’re into) whilst still providing some substance. For this recipe you could easily use any type of squash, but most people find butternut squash the easiest to source. […]
Although I am not strictly vegetarian or vegan, I rarely eat meat and love to find different ways of making meals that are not centred around the meat. Rather the focus becomes the flavours and different elements. This recipe is all the things I love in flavours. It is rich, […]
Buffalo wings – in fact, buffalo flavouring entirely – is a very America concept. It is one of the many American sauces/dressings that is far too adventurous for the lowely English tea-drinker (I’m being factious ofcourse). As with many of these dishes, it’s usually made with a lot of rich […]
Curry dishes really do not need to be isolated to the realms of unhealthy takeaways. They really can be easy, healthy, weekday dishes. This baked chicken tikka masala is really simple to make and can be paired with roasted vegetables, rice, lentils or whatever you fancy. I like to serve […]
Imagine the Caribbean crossed with a warm hug… that is what this dish is. It is the ultimate comfort food, but with a twist. Plus, it will not leave you feeling and heavy and lethargic and can be enjoyed all year round.
I made this Thai green for a dinner party recently, paired with this Thai red curry because who can choose?! It’s a really easy choice if you’re cooking for a few people and packs a lot of flavour. You can make it the night before and store it in the […]
I love Asian food, especially Thai, and ever since travelling there I’ve fallen in love with their curries. They’re so much fresher than the curries we make in England and are so flavoursome. This recipe is my own creation, using their spices and tendency to add sweetness and nutty flavours. […]
This reciPEA is easy PEAsy and makes me very hapPEA. PEAsonally, I love peas just for their pun PEAtential. They’re very apPEAling but before you get PEAd off I’ll apPEAse you and stop. It’s a really versatile addition to many meals. It can also be made thicker by adding less […]