Recipes

Potato & Roasted Peanut Poha

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A recipe I grew up with, Poha is a popular breakfast dish in Maharashtra made from flattened rice flakes and spices.

Beetroot, Orange & Ginger Chutney

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Beetroot is a great vegetable to make into a chutney or relish. The ruby red colour looks fantastic and when paired with the flavours of orange and ginger, you just know it’s going to taste great.

Sweet Potato Wedges

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These wedges are a great recipe to make when you fancy spicing up your potatoes. Perfect to make for the kids and taste wonderful cooked in foil on the BBQ.

Coffee Nutty Pecan Cake

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Having a slice of cake with a coffee is a real treat and almost a must in my home. This coffee and pecan cake covers both bases, and you can add a splash of Marsala or Tia Maria if you fancy making it boozy.

Smashed Avo on toast

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This is perfect for brekkie, brunch or as a snack when you fancy something light and healthy. I love to add some warm sweet smoky chorizo for that extra little something.

Blueberry Cinnamon Pancakes

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You can really go to town with the flavourings and toppings with this recipe. These are pancakes, not to be confused with crepes, so just use the base recipe and add whatever you fancy. 

Roast Salmon with Fennel, Orange & Thyme

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This recipe couldn’t be simpler. The delicate flavour of salmon gets a baste with sweet fennel, zesty orange and fiery ginger. Throw in a little soy and some earthy thyme and you’ve got yourself one delicious meal.

Saffron Shortbread

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I think the name of this recipe says everything. Shortbread is truly delicious and if you make it yourself you can really play around with the flavourings. I love to use the delicate aroma and flavour of saffron, but you can use cinnamon, ginger and even lemon. Anything goes!

Green Olive, Cheddar & Chilli Rolls

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Baking bread is easier than you think and there’s nothing better than freshly baked bread you’ve made with your own loving hands. This is a tear and share loaf full of green olives, sharp cheddar, and a hint of chilli. It’s a great way to start a meal or have with a warming soup.

Masala Chai

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Chai is world renowned for being sweet and spicy.  The masala is usually kept secret and is passed down from mother to daughter.  Here is one of my favourite recipes for creating your very own homemade chai — ssshhh don’t tell my mum I shared it with you!

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