Tags: Cake, choc chips, Chocolate, Cinnamon, dessert, muffins
I crave sweet stuff all the time, and these hit the spot perfectly. Slightly bigger than a muffin and just enough sweetness to cure those sugar needs.
Tags: asparagus, green salad, griddled, parmesan, salad, spices, spinach, watercress, za'atar
Asparagus is the first sign that Summer is just around the corner. You can use a veggie peeler to get thin ribbons to add to a salad, but I love to throw some flavours on there and then cook it on a griddle pan to get those char marks.
Tags: Cinnamon, Crumble, Ginger, Rhubarb
You never need an excuse to tuck into a fruit crumble and it’s always great to use fruits that are at their very best when they are in season.
Tags: BBQ, cabbage, chilli, coleslaw, green chilli, red cabbage, slaw, summer
This crunchy slaw spiked with fiery green chilli is a perfect side. I’ve kept it light by using low fat greek yoghurt instead of the traditional mayo.
Tags: cardamom, Lemon
Panna Cotta is one of my all time favourite desserts. I have used a base recipe and then added a few of my own ingredients.
Tags: cardamom, Chocolate
Ending your meal with something chocolatey is one of life’s little pleasures. This recipe brings together two of my favourite ingredients – chocolate and pastry.
Tags: chicken, Ginger, honey, wings
These chicken wings are lip smacking delicious. There is quite a bit of heat from the ginger, but if you love it fiery then throw some chillies in there too.
Tags: Chutney, figs
This is so easy to make and tastes awesome as part of a cheeseboard, or even with some grilled meat. The background spice flavour really works with the sweet figs.
Tags: Fish, Peas, rocket, Sea Bass
A winning combo of pea puree with bass. This is one of my favourite recipes to make mid week as it’s quick and easy to scale up if you need to cook for more than 2!
This recipe is perfect for when you are feeling tired, want little washing up, and more importantly, you want to use up some pantry ingredients!