Truly divine, these butternut squash pancakes have to be the best thing I have made since I started blogging! Today is Pancake day in the UK, I was looking for a different recipe than the norm. I have made two versions, a vegetarian one as in the pictures, or a chicken and bacon variety. Both topped off with layers of sweet chilli tomato sauce and tangy lime, mint yogurt. The flavour infusion is truly amazing.
In the UK we tend to have the sweet pancakes, made with a basic flour batter. They are usually coated with lemon and sugar, chocolate sauce or golden syrup. This is another version to try, you won’t be disappointed. Continue reading
With spring just around the corner, this juicy, summery, light, griddled chicken with a tomato and fennel sauce, was delicious!
So Easy and Quick to make, from start to finish we were sat down in 30 minutes to tuck in! The lovely fennel goes so well with the lemony and tomato dressing. Serve with your choice of veggies. Continue reading
Plentiful paella, is a easy and very filling tasty dish. With lots of rich flavours its a family winter winner. A one pot meal too, anything that is this easy to do, delicious and little washing up is a hit for me!
Paella originates from Valencia in Spain, there is many variations of the dish. Some Paellas are made just using snails and spices and rice, others near the coast are mainly seafood dishes. This is my version for my family, so I’ve used my creative licence! Continue reading
Bursting with full of sweet flavours and textures, this is a luxurious lasagne. The creamy ricotta toping goes so well with the rich ragu, covering the medley of vegetables layered between the pasta sheets, this is a comfort food winner!
I made this up by using left over vegetables in my fridge you can use allsorts of different veggies, you can be creative! Continue reading
Mouth watering mushroom soup is super quick to make! With a hint of whole grain mustard in this bowl the soup is hearty and delicious.
Storm Doris is doing her best to blow the tiles off the roof. I had a carton of mushrooms left in the fridge, so I decided I needed some sustenance to warm me up in these terrible gales! Continue reading
Full of flavour and heat from all the lovely spices in this curry, it truly tastes terrific.
This curry was a real winner with my family, serve with naan breads, pilau rice chutneys and yogurt, whatever you fancy to mop up the juices.
You won’t get any better from your takeaway, (well that is where I live I might add!) Continue reading
These finger lick-in buffalo wings totally hit the taste spot. Very easy to make and a cheap meal, these are a healthier version than the original, which are usually deep fried. Buffalo wings are believed to originate from New York, although there are various claims to which bar they came from, these are my take on the dish.
Sensational Sunday pulled pork buns are truly scrummy. Slow cooked over night the deep flavours infused into the meat medley is superb! This is comfort food at its best, just what is needed for our brunch after a long walk in the Derbyshire hills!
Quick and easy to make this Hake fillet is so succulent and full of flavour! The sweet vinegar soaked mixed bean salad really enhances the flavours, along with fennel and of course my usual paprika! This meal dances on the pallet.
Very easy to make this chicken dish has a great warmth of flavour from the ginger. No fuss cooking, just by throwing a few ingredients onto the chicken, its within the oven in minutes. The tablespoon of honey makes them, sticky, succulent and juicy.