White Chocolate Raspberry and Lemon Fridge Cake

It has been a while since I posted a sweet recipe. I wouldn’t want to give a false impression here, I don’t have a particularly sweet tooth but still find myself making desserts regularly. My oven is a bit temperamental so I try to not use it too much, even though I am making this […]

Roast Aubergine and Cauliflower Salad

I don’t normally post recipes on a Monday but I did not get a chance to put this up last week. I know what you’re thinking, we are in lockdown, surely I have all the time in the world? Well I suppose that’s true but after a few days with a lot of online work […]

Baked Orzo with Courgette and Mozzarella

I saw a lot of talk online earlier this year about the Roasting Tin series of cookbooks by Rukmini Iyer. After lifting my self-imposed ban on buying cookbooks I eventually ordered The Quick Roasting Tin. My only regret was that I didn’t order it sooner! It is a fab book and I can’t wait for next one […]

Turkish Eggs with Whipped Feta

Nigella says in her intro to her Turkish Eggs recipe that the idea of eggs on yogurt did not appeal to her. While I adore chilli with eggs, I have to say I agree with her and had to be persuaded to try it for myself. However, when I saw Tieghan’s version on Half Baked […]

Sausage and Bean Casserole

I was recently watching an episode of one of Gordon Ramsay’s cooking shows and he made a delicious looking sausage casserole with gratin potatoes. His was made with ingredients similar to my Bangers and Mash. I realised I hadn’t made mine in ages. Of course, I did decide to make it on one of the […]

Easy Chicken Satay Curry

  I make a curry at least once a week and try to mix it up as much as I can. I already have a recipe up for Beef Satay Skewers and I do love it. The beef becomes tender in the marinade and chars beautifully on the skewer. However, sometimes you just want to keep it […]

Pea Courgette and Fennel Salad

I know it’s still March, I know this is more of a Summer dish so those who cook only with seasonal produce should look away now. I have been cooking with courgettes a lot lately. Given the strange times we are currently living in I find it easy to turn to familiar comfort food. However […]

Nduja Mascarpone and Lemon Pasta

I’m always on the lookout for new pasta recipes. Recently someone on Instagram posted a photo from Padella of a pasta dish with nduja (apologies, I can’t remember who posted it). Well, I became obsessed and started researching recipes. I love nduja and the idea of pairing it with rich mascarpone with sharp lemon cutting […]

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