Add a spicy and fresh kick to your weekend breakfast with a full flavoured lebanese omelette
Caramelising the onions makes this gravy sweetens the gravy and makes it perfect for pouring in your Yorkshire puddings or atop your roast beef!
Why stand stirring the risotto when you can be doing other things? With stilton and chorizo, this risotto is just delicious.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.