Recipes

Mustard Greens

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I love green veggies. Spinach, kale, broccoli, you name it, I love it! This recipe uses spinach, watercress and rocket but you can add any greens you fancy. Toasted pine nuts stirred through after wilting is a great addition too.

Warming Hot & Sour Noodle Soup

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This is a hug in a bowl. A thai style soup using all the wonderful tastes of hot, sour, salty and spicy. Need I say more?!…

Chipotle Chicken Sandwich

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This sandwich is insanely delicious. Chipotle chillies and chilli paste can be found everywhere these days, and they are smoked jalapenos so pretty fiery.

Souped Up Chicken

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The name of this dish doesn’t do it justice (namely because I struggled to come up with something suitable) but just think of it as the perfect comfort food which doubles up as a wonderful dish when entertaining.

Smoked Paprika Thyme Mixed Grill

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It’s no secret I love smoked paprika and this recipe is one of my go-to recipes when I’m pushed for time and want to eat something delicious for dinner. I love to add chicken to my skewers but you can skip this and add whatever veggies you like.

Creamy Coconut Curry with Beef & Chilli

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This recipe borrows flavours from Thailand and is the perfect spicy curry full of creamy goodness. You can pack it full of veggies if you like, and it tastes great with any meat and seafood.

Chickpea Chorizo Fritters

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These perfect little snacks are packed full of flavour. The smokiness of the chorizo works wonderfully with the toasted spices.

Chilli Cheese Sablés

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Sablé is the French word for ‘sand’ and is a biscuit – almost like shortbread. It has the most delicious, crumbly texture which should only be baked until light golden brown.

Caraway Roasted Aubergines

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Aubergines have a wonderful texture when roasted and they soak up the lovely spice flavours in this recipe.

Whole Stuffed Fish

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This is an ancient recipe of stuffing a whole fish with spices, sealing it in an earthenware pot, burying it in the ground and covering it with natural heat fermenters. I have had to change the recipe slightly to replicate this style of cooking for the modern day. Perfect for a dinner party. You can click here to see how to make it.

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