Posts in category "Savoury"

Apple cinnamon buns composition

Seasonal British apples, beautiful silky dough. Comforting treats for the season!

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Fragata spicy olive tapenade

A simple tasty dish made with jalapeno stuff olives and oven roasted tomatoes

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Crown loaf rolls

Lovely pull-apart bread rolls – my first success with a Mary Berry recipe.

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Beef and honey stew

A comforting homely stew with tender beef and a lovely natural sweetness from the honey.

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Homemade mozzarella

It’s so easy to make your own cheese – the hardest bit is getting hold of the ingredients.

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Turkey stuffing wellington from the front

Turkey, but reinvented! Filled with apricot and cranberry sausagemeat stuffing, wrapped in turkey, wrapped in parma ham with a layer of chestnuts for added Christmas fun!

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Jersey Black Butter Buns Cooked

Rolled bread buns filled with Jersey Black Butter and drizzled with salted caramel sauce. Plus win a trip to Jersey (UK residents only) !

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Asparagus and chorizo quiche from the top down

A really easy recipe for quiche using seasonal asparagus and filled with gruyere cheese.

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Farmison lamb in pitta with salad

Slow cooked, flavourful lamb in a pitta perfectly paired with roasted vegetable couscous

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Stuffed butternut squash cooked

An easy weeknight recipe – delicious butternut squash stuffed with leeks, lardons and potatoes and topped with blue cheese.

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Pea, coriander and mint soup set of the three

A quick and easy soup recipe (apart from making the stock!) that has really fresh flavours from the coriander and mint

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Spicy Caribbean chicken stew

A tasty stew that is so incredibly easy to make and really warms you up in the cold winter evenings.

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Chillies

A sweet and gently spiced bread that’s perfect for dipping or a tasty sandwich. A hybrid of focaccia and pompe à l’huile

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Carrot bread plaited ring baked!

A wonderful slightly sweet bread which I loved to eat as a chicken salad sandwich

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Iberico chorizo in rioja

Iberico chorizo swimming in a beautiful rioja sauce with onions and garlic. A delicious, rich starter.

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Salt Beef

How to prepare salt beef using silverside of beef – delicious and tasty!

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Lebanese Omelette on a plate

Add a spicy and fresh kick to your weekend breakfast with a full flavoured lebanese omelette

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Caramelised onion gravy with british onions

Caramelising the onions makes this gravy sweetens the gravy and makes it perfect for pouring in your Yorkshire puddings or atop your roast beef!

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Stilton and chorizo oven-baked risotto in a heart shaped bowl

Why stand stirring the risotto when you can be doing other things? With stilton and chorizo, this risotto is just delicious.

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Jam Jam's Caribbean Chicken Stew

This is a delicious spicy and sweet Caribbean stew recipe my friend Jam Jam gave me. It’s so delicious and really easy to make. Perfect for Autumn when pumpkins are easily available.

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Bexy Bexy kebabs chicken mustard honey soy kebabs on the BBQ

So nice I had to name them twice. (Sorry Levi Roots!) These have long been a BBQ staple in my house. I remember the long lazy weekends after I graduated, sitting on Southsea Common with my friends eating these. They’re so easy to make, but they key to the flavour is the overnight marination.

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Malaysian Jahor Laksa garnised with cucumber and chilli

Since visiting Tampopo restaurant I’ve wanted to learn how to make my own laksa, a kind of curry spiced soup with noodles. Laksa originally refers to the noodles used, but over time has come to mean the soup. I took this recipe from my 1950′s recipe book, although I’ve tweaked it a fair bit.

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Butter Norfolk samphire with garlic lemon and cracked black pepper

If you haven’t tried samphire before, I can only describe the texture as like spaghetti, it’s very smooth and salty to boot. Here’s my recipe with a pinch more flavour, but it’s still good with plain ol’ butter.

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Thai prawn and mussel tom yam soup

This is one of my absolute favourite things to eat, plus it’s really healthy too. I learned to make this whilst I was travelling, at a little place called Pum’s on Kho Phi Phi island. This soup isn’t so much sour as zingy – make sure you use fresh kaffir lime leaves, it really does make a difference to the taste.

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