In this simple Spring recipe, a puff pastry tart base is covered with a mixture of ricotta, cheddar and chives. Then charred spring onions are added with a sprinkle of hazelnuts and a drizzle of honey. It’s essentially a cheese and onion tart, but with the volume turned way up!
In this recipe minted pea purée is slathered on sourdough toast, then topped with fresh prawns, a crumble of feta cheese and a few pomegranate seeds to make a simple but flavourful tartine. This tartine recipe is ideal for a quick lunch, but you could swap the sourdough toast for crostini to make the best…
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.
Cambodian Amok is a wonderfully fragrant Cambodian curry that uses lemongrass, turmeric, garlic, chilli, ginger and shallot to create a powerfully flavoursome curry paste. That curry paste is combined with coconut milk, prawns and bok choi for a simple and light weeknight dinner that you will want to make again and again.
A healthy breakfast bar recipe, filled with oats, peanut butter and banana, that is quick and easy to make. It’s also suitable for vegans!
This Vegan Broccoli Soup recipe has everything you need on a cold January day. Flavoured with miso, ginger and basil this broccoli soup is light and refreshing, while also containing edamame beans for extra protein. Plus it can be ready in just 30 minutes for a speedy vegan meal!
A twist on tradition, this penne carbonara is mixed with prawns, summer vegetables, a little lemon and parsley while still keeping the same creamy sauce. This prawn carbonara is a little lighter than its pancetta-filled counterpart with lots of fresh flavours, making it a perfect Spring recipe.
Pan-fried sea bass pairs perfectly with this smoky chorizo and puy lentil side dish. Spinach, parsley and lemon juice are stirred into the lentils to give a wonderfully fresh flavour. The sea bass is pan-fried to produce wonderfully crispy skin that will keep you coming back for more!
A few years ago I visited Thailand with a couple of friends. We traveled from Bangkok to Koh Samui and then up to Chang Mai and had the most amazing time doing it all. While in Chang Mai we attended a Thai cooking class taught by some locals. They took us to the market to…