Start the week with a quick and easy Japanese-inspired miso chicken stir fry. Next on the menu is sausage, brie and caramelised leek frittata. It’s just a little gourmet and very filling. Tofu fritters are the final recipe this week, served with quick pickled cucumber, cashews and a sweet chilli yoghurt sauce.
Grated tofu makes surprisingly delicious fritters! These tofu fritters have a hint of curry flavour and are served with quick pickled cucumber, cashews and a sweet chilli yoghurt sauce. Make sure you use a firm tofu so that it grates nicely. I used Tonzu’s new firm tofu and it worked really well. How irresistible does a big stack of these […]
This sausage, brie and caramelised leek frittata is just a little gourmet, and very filling. It isn’t the quickest of meals to prepare, but you’ll have plenty of time to get all the cleaning up done while it bakes. Breaking up the sausages a little while they cook in the pan helps to give them those nice crispy edges. You might […]
Miso paste adds a delicious savoury flavour to this miso chicken stir fry. A quick and easy meal to whip up on a busy weeknight. This Japanese-inspired dinner makes a nice change from your usual stir fry. It can easily be adapted to suit your tastes – try swapping the edamame beans for diced carrots, switch the rice for noodles […]
Spiced Easter loaf filled with a cinnamon fruit swirl and served with deliciously moreish hot cross bun flavoured butter – yum! This is an exciting, easy twist on homemade hot cross buns. Perfect served warm from the oven or toasted, and even better turned into an indulgent French toast the next day. The hot cross bun flavoured butter really takes […]
Try a quick and easy budget beef wellington, using a less expensive cut of steak and served deconstructed. Next on the menu is eggplant, bacon and haloumi salad. It’s loaded with delicious ingredients! Finish up the week with vegetarian creamy pumpkin pasta. It has garlic breadcrumbs for added crunch.
This vegetarian creamy pumpkin pasta is such good comfort food! Grab yourself a bowlful and get cozy on the couch. Do you usually avoid cooking with pumpkin because it’s such a pain to cut up?! I had a conversation with my sister recently where she admitted to this, and I used to be exactly the same. My top tip is […]
Don’t be fooled by the word ‘salad’ – this cheesy eggplant, bacon and haloumi salad is loaded with delicious ingredients and served with a creamy yoghurt dressing and warm garlic bread. Coating the eggplant slices in a mixture of egg and parmesan is quite a different way to cook eggplant (credit to mum for this one). They taste a little […]