If you’re looking for an easy weeknight dinner recipe these vegetarian stuffed mushroom caps might just be the answer. Filled with a mixture of leeks, mushroom, walnuts, breadcrumbs and parmesan, they’re full of flavour and easy to make, you’ll be whipping up this vegetarian dinner recipe in no time.
This Breakfast Parfait with Yogurt and Toasted Oats is so quick and simple to throw together, even on a busy morning. You can use whatever fruit is in season, so it’s adaptable to any time of the year and any tastebuds! This easy breakfast recipe is vegetarian but could be made vegan in a snap.
This Roasted Rhubarb with Honey and Ginger is a great way to use up any leftover rhubarb. It is a simple rhubarb recipe that you can use to accompany all sorts of dishes, both sweet and savoury. Use forced rhubarb from January to March, then field-grown rhubarb from April to September.
If you’re looking for a Sunday Brunch Recipe look no further! This easy Shakshuka Recipe is filled with chorizo and kale and can be ready in just 30 minutes.
When you think of comfort food you think of this Vegetable, Chicken and Bacon pie! This savory pie recipe uses seasonal vegetables, roast chicken and smoked bacon, all topped with a puff pastry pie crust to create a hearty, filling main course.
So apparently it’s going to snow here in Manchester TODAY. I’m rooting out my second hot water bottle as we speak. I’m not made for cold weather! Thankfully this wonderful Winter Vegetable Soup with Barley and Parmesan is just as warming and comforting, and perfect for this weather!
Guys, Valentines Day is coming up! Do you celebrate it or is it just another day in the calendar for you? I wouldn’t say we celebrate it particularly, but we might exchange a card (last year Mike got me one that said ‘You’ll do’ – this is why I love him) and, as we’re trying…
In the creation of this recipe I spent more time than I am willing to admit, trying to work out if what I’m giving you is a coleslaw or a remoulade. And to be honest, I am none the wiser.
I’m going to be honest with you, as I sit writing this I’m wearing my dressing gown, I’ve got my fluffiest socks on and a hot water bottle. And while there may have been a little bit of sunshine today (in Manchester, I know, I’m as shocked as you are) it’s still frreeeeeeezing cold. But…
Remember the sun? Me too. I’m told that it will be back at some point in the future, but right now we’re stuck with frosty mornings and cloudy days. And with that, all I want to eat and soups and stews and wonderfully warming curries, just like this suuuupppper tasty Cambodian Prawn Curry.