Delicious silky butternut squash and halloumi tagine recipe.
An economical dish, but big in flavour. Step by step photos and video included. You can of course add many things to a tagine, a tagine is a traditional clay cooking pot used in Morocco. I’m lucky enough to own one, but I know most people don’t have them, just use a good solid sauce pan instead! Continue reading
Fantastic on their own or as a side, these delicious lemon and garlic infused potato wedges are just heavenly! They’re so easy to with a quick dollop of mustard, topped up with stock, and slowly roasted in all the juices is a big family winner.
Step by step photos and how to video included!
Creamy and warming delicious Leek and Potato Soup, its easy and quick to make with step by step video, pictures and recipe instructions.
Beautiful Bombay potatoes; step by step Video and instructions, this recipe is delicious and easy to make! They can be an accompaniment to another curry or just eaten with dips and poppadum’s it is equally as good! This is my version. Continue reading
With step by step pictures, video and recipe, making this delicious dish has never been easier! This rich risotto is a resounding family winner.
A one pot dish which is packed with flavours and has a lovely creamy texture. This is not as difficult as you would think, you just need to be able to stand, stir & stir!
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!
INGREDIENTS SERVES 4 Makes 12 small pancakes
- 350 grams of roasted butternut squash
- 1 bulb of garlic, left whole to be roasted with the squash, if not just one chopped finely clove of garlic
- (Roast garlic and squash in the oven for 30 mins at 180 degrees)
- few sprigs of fresh rosemary
- 1 tbsp. of cumin seeds
- 1 red chilli
- 2 large free range egg
- 300 ml semi skimmed milk
- 150 grams of self-raising flour
- Freshly nutmeg
- olive oil or low calorie spray oil
If your doing slimming world they work out approximately 7.75 syns for 3 but there soooo worth it !
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Lets Get Cooking !
Take the roasted butternut squash and mash it up with a fork into a large bowl. Add the rosemary, cumin, salt and pepper. If you are making this from previously roasted squash, add 1 clove of chopped garlic to the squash also.
If you have a roasted garlic bulb, squeeze the little cloves out of the skins into the butternut squash. (Roasted garlic is much sweeter and mellow than raw garlic.)
Have a Flipping Good Pancake Day!
Enjoy, any comments or questions please get in touch!
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
Exploding with flavour this tomato soup is terrific! Totally hitting the spot on this cold February, Sunday Lunch time. Roasting the peppers and tomatoes really enhances the flavours and brings out the sweetness.
Tip √ I bought my tomatoes in the reduced section in the supermarket, so keep your eyes open so this becomes an economical dish!