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Easy banana loaf
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Easy banana loaf

Mar 24, 2016 by

This is a really delicious, moist cake, a great way of using up ripe bananas that aren’t getting eaten up.   Serves 10       INGREDIENTS:   210g butter 160g brown sugar 3 large egg, beaten 210g plain flour 1 ½ tsp baking powder 3 very ripe banana 3 tbsp icing sugar   METHOD:   All ingredients should be at room temperature. Heat...

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The Best Veggie Burgers
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This week we decided to have burger festival at home. Apart from the classic beef burgers I decided to serve veggie ones too. These turned out so delicious I am considering another festival soon. Serves 4   INGREDIENTS:   400g tin of chickpeas 340 g tin of sweetcorn ½ bunch of parsley ½ tsp paprika ½ tsp ground coriander ½ tsp ground cumin zest...

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Butternut squash & chickpea curry
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Quick and hearty vegetarian dish which is a great alternative to meat dishes. It’s very filling, best served with basmati rice. To prepare this dish you can use up the pumpkin you used for making Halloween lantern. One of my favourite veggie dishes!   Serves 4-6         INGREDIENTS:   200g basmati rice 1 tbsp olive oil 1 butternut squash (or any...

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Blackcurrant & coconut slices
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Sometimes when sitting at home and it’s cold and gloomy outside, I like to prepare yummy treats for the kids. This recipe is very simple and you can try making it with your little ones. I suggest you make two trays as it will be gone within an hour. Makes 12 slices:         INGREDIENTS:   100g butter, plus extra for greasing...

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Raspberry & blueberry muffins
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Easy to make delicious muffins. You can add any fruit you like or simply substitute fruit with chocolate chips. Ask your little ones to help making these, they will be happy they can help. Makes 12       INGREDIENTS: 250g plain flour 1 tbsp baking powder 100g caster sugar 75g butter, chilled 1 large egg 175ml milk 75g blueberries 75g raspberries optional sugar...

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Chocolate & Oreo Cheesecake
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This week is the blog’s 2nd birthday and because of that I am serving this delicious chocolate & Oreo cheesecake. It is so delicious you will want an extra slice. Moist chocolate sponge with no bake cheesecake centre containing crushed Oreo biscuits and topped with milk chocolate ganache. Celebrate any occasion with this killer cake. Serves 10-12       INGREDIENTS:   For the...

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Fraisier cake
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Fraisier cake

May 10, 2015 by

I’ve been wanting to make this cake for a very long time and finally got to make it. It turned out delicious. Try using your local strawberries as the strawberry season is nearly here the local ones will be sweet and juicy.         INGREDIENTS:   500g strawberries 250g marzipan 4 eggs zest of 2 lemons 125g caster sugar 125g flour ½...

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Orange & cranberry Hot Cross Buns
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Traditionally in my house at Easter we prepare both Polish and English dishes. Last year I prepared the classic version of the Hot Cross Buns but this year I’ve made an alternative. The rolls came out fluffy and with subtle orange flavour. You can still make them in time for say Easter Sunday, and they will keep well for a couple of days in...

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Potato salad
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Potato salad

Mar 30, 2015 by

This salad originates from Cajun cuisine. It’s a great accompaniment to southern style chicken strips or even barbecued meats. You have to try this!   INGREDIENTS:     1.5kg potatoes (peeled and diced) 2 celery sticks, chopped 1/2 onion finely chopped 150g mayonnaise bunch of spring onions, chopped 2 tbsp wholegrain mustard 2 tbsp chopped parsley, chopped 1 tbsp red wine vinegar 1 1/2...

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Valentine’s biscuits
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Valentine’s biscuits

Feb 10, 2015 by

Delicious vanilla buttery biscuits with a rose flavoured heart in the centre. Prefect gift idea for your Valentine. Give yourself plenty of time as they have to be prepared in stages. Makes 16-20       INGREDIENTS: 300g plain flour 200g butter, diced 120g golden caster sugar 2 large egg yolks 2 tsp vanilla extract ½ tsp rosewater red or pink food colouring  ...

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Pesto chicken stew with dumplings
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At least once a week I cook dinner for the whole family. This time I decided to make this delicious pesto chicken stew. I like pesto a lot so it was perfect for me and the chicken was so soft it fell of the bone easily. You can make this dish in advance and freeze it (see method for details) or just prepare it...

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Mince Hearts
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Mince Hearts

Dec 23, 2014 by

You still have some time left to prepare these traditional British Christmas pies. Your guests will love these cuties. They are a whole lot better than shop bought. They are crumbly, not too sweet simply delicious. You can even get them ready on a Boxing Day they are that simple to make. Makes approx.18 hearts         INGREDIENTS:   225g cold butter,...

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Chocolate hearts cookies
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There is still plenty of time for you to create a lot of delicious cookies for Christmas. You can decorate these ones with royal icing or simply, like I did, dip half of a heart in melted chocolate and then cover in chopped nuts. I love these cookies; they are buttery, crunchy, not too sweet and a little chocolaty. Try them for yourself. Makes...

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Gingerbread Biscuits
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Gingerbread Biscuits

Nov 25, 2014 by

This time of year brings a lot of baking to my house. Most popular are the gingerbread biscuits. Decorating them is a great way of involving your kids in Christmas preparations. My girls just love it. Here is a simple recipe that would make around 12 medium sized biscuits.       INGREDIENTS:   350g plain flour 1 tbsp cocoa 1 tsp baking soda...

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Veggie lattice
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Veggie lattice

Nov 9, 2014 by

This quick and easy dish will please your vegetarian guests. The vegetables are pan fried on a small amount of butter with addition of Italian herbs. You can have this hot or even as a snack when it cools. Serves 4-6         INGREDIENTS: 1 pack of puff pastry 450g bag of frozen veg Italian style (broccoli, carrots, sweetcorn, peppers etc.) 2...

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Smoked sweet potato chips
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Sweet potato chips are really nice alternative to classic chips. Oven roasted go perfect with Soft pulled beef brisket. Serves 8       INGREDIENTS: 1 ½ kg sweet potatoes 3 tbsp vegetable oil 2 tsp sweet smoked paprika 2 tbsp fine cornmeal or polenta salt & pepper to taste     METHOD:   Heat the oven to 200C (180C fan oven). Wash the...

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Soft pulled beef brisket
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Bonfire Night is upon us and some of us will be hosting a little party. Here’s a great dish to please everyone and not much work is needed. It’s slightly sweet with a nice smoky flavour with a little spiciness. If you are serving this dish to small children you might want to leave out chillies. Perfect served in a tortilla wrap with some...

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Mini Maple Pumpkin Pies
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Another great recipe to use up the pumpkin leftovers after Halloween. This recipe will make 12 individual pumpkin pies which I decorated with leaves cut out from the crust.         INGREDIENTS:   For the crust: 300g plain flour ½ tsp salt 6 tsp sugar 180g butter 60-90ml ice cold water   For the filling 3 large egg yolks 175ml double cream 80g brown...

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Pumpkin dhansak
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Pumpkin dhansak

Nov 2, 2014 by

What to do with all the pumpkins after Halloween? Pumpkins are so versatile and can be used in lots of dishes. One of them is this amazing vegetarian dhansak curry. It is super quick to prepare and the flavour is really good. You can serve this dish with naan bread but rice is just as good. Serves 4       INGREDIENTS: 1 tbsp...

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Apple & treacle scones
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Apple & treacle scones

Oct 20, 2014 by

There is a classic version of scones on the blog already. Now we’re making a twisted autumn version with apples and golden syrup. They are soft, fluffy and very yummy, serve with blackcurrant jam and clotted cream. Makes 16       INGREDIENTS: 1 large egg 125ml buttermilk 2 tbsp golden syrup 450g plain flour 4 tsp baking powder ½ tsp cinnamon 100g butter...

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Tomato & chorizo risotto
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Quick and delicious one pot dish! You can serve it with some side salad or with garlic bread. I used peas but broad beans or canned sweetcorn will be just as good. Bon appetit! Serves 4       INGREDIENTS:   1 tsp olive oil 250g cooking chorizo 1 onion 350g risotto rice 1 tbsp red wine vinegar 1 tsp dried oregano 1 garlic...

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Apple crumble & cream cheese cupcakes
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Don’t you just love autumn? The colours and flavours… Apples are in season now so try these delicious apple cupcakes. They are moist, soft and very fruity topped with a generous amount of cream cheese frosting with addition of crunchy cinnamon crumble! You’ve got to love these. I will definitely be making these again pretty soon. Makes 12       INGREDIENTS:   3...

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Purple Velvet Blackberry Cupcakes
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I went for a little walk with my daughters to the nearby forest and we ended up with a lot of wild blackberries. They were very sweet and juicy so I decided to make these delicious cupcakes. The blackberries are present in the batter as well as added to the mascarpone frosting. I normally use mascarpone in cakes and cupcake as after a little...

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Raspberry & Blueberry Crumble Cake
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Summer is nearly over but there are still plenty of summer fruits available in the shops. The cake I’m serving today is a real showstopper that will be a hit in your home. Not too sweet, filled with custard and a generous amount of fruits, topped with more crumble. Serves 6-8       INREDIENTS:   350g plain flour 250g cold butter 2 tsp...

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Aloo Gobi
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Aloo Gobi

Aug 30, 2014 by

Aloo gobi is a delicious dish – potatoes and cauliflower in aromatic Indian spices. It makes a great accompaniment to any meat curry dish. I often have this as side dish when eating out in Indian restaurants. It’s delicious, cheap and very easy to make. Serves 4       INGREDIENTS:   1 small head cauliflower cut into large florettes 2 tbsp vegetable oil...

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Lamb Rogan Josh
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Lamb Rogan Josh

Aug 30, 2014 by

This is my most favourite dish from Indian Cuisine. I must say I was worried that will not be able to find recipe which is just as good as served in Indian restaurants but I was surprised with this recipe. It’s not just as good it’s hundred times better than from a curry house. You have to try this. If you aren’t keen on...

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Cider fondant potatoes
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Cider fondant potatoes

Aug 27, 2014 by

A great alternative of roast potatoes, perfect served with roasted pork. The potatoes are delicious and have a slightly sweet flavour thanks to the cider. Serves 6     INGREDIENTS:   6 medium potatoes 25g butter 2 tbsp olive oil 2 garlic cloves few springs of thyme (or ½ tsp dried thyme) 300ml cider 300ml chicken stock (from cube is just fine)    ...

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Maple, pecan & cranberry oaty cookies
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I love American cookies, crispy on the outside and soft in the inside. These cookies are crunchy, nutty with an addition of desiccated coconut. I made double the amount and they were gone very fast. You can stack them between squares of baking parchment and freeze in a bag. They are perfect for a morning coffee snack. Makes 18 cookies   INGREDIENTS:   140g rolled...

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Sacher torte with raspberries
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This torte is a delicious, slightly modified version of the famous Austrian Sacher torte with an addition of raspberries. The cake is very chocolaty so cut it in small pieces. Enjoy! Serves 12     INGREDIENTS:   225g dark chocolate (minimum 70% cocoa content) 175g butter 2 tsp vanilla extract ¼ tsp instant coffee 100g toasted almonds 2 heaped tbsp of plain flour ½...

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Melanzane Parmigiana with beef
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    I have prepared this dish in the past but a veggie version. It turned out to be absolutely delish. Generally I love any tomato based dishes especially Italian. I served it with a bit of green salad and pasta but you can have it with some crusty bread to mop up that yummy sauce. Serves 6       INGREDIENTS:   800g...

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Digestive biscuits
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Digestive biscuits

Jul 24, 2014 by

In a search for a perfect recipe for these biscuits I have finally found one that I must admit is really good. The biscuits taste very similar to their shop equivalent; they were gone in couple of hours. They seem to be very filling; one biscuits was enough with coffee for breakfast. These biscuits are really good if you want to lose weight. Makes...

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Focaccia
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Focaccia

Jul 23, 2014 by

This fantastic flat bread can be used as a side to pasta meal or as pizza base. It’s very soft inside and crispy on the outside. Traditionally it is topped with olive oil and salt but you can adapt it to your own taste. The recipe makes two loaves, so I made one with olives and the other with dried herbs. Since there was...

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Roasted pepper & tomato sauce
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Try this quick and delicious tomato based sauce with roasted peppers and onions. It’s very easy to prepare perfect with pasta or chicken. Serves 4-6 people.       INGREDIENTS:   3 red peppers 2 red onions 1 courgette 2 garlic cloves 1 tbsp olive oil ½ tsp thyme 500g passata 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar 1 tsp sugar salt and pepper to taste  ...

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Chocolate cupcakes with orange mascarpone frosting
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It seems that lately I have been doing quite a lot of baking. I keep coming up with new desserts and since there are a lot of fruits in season I try make the most of them. Today though, I am serving chocolate cupcakes with delicious orange mascarpone frosting. Chocolate sponge is moist and the frosting very refreshing. I decorated the cupcakes with mini...

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Blueberry upside-down cake
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Another great blueberry cake recipe. I have had strawberry upside-down cake in the past and it was very tasty, I decided to make one with blueberries. It’s moist, very fruity simply delicious. Make sure you make an extra batch as it goes very quick. Serves 8-10       INGREDIENTS:   3 tbsp butter 65g brown sugar 300g blueberries   For the cake: 180g...

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Wild blueberry cobbler
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Wild blueberry cobbler

Jun 30, 2014 by

I have been thinking of making this dessert for nearly a year and never got round to making it until now. This is such a simple and quick recipe; it’s so delicious and fruity, topped with American biscuits. I used wild blueberries but you can use shop brought. Due to location where I live I have a very wide variety from wild to home...

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Wild strawberry & nectarine buckle
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Buckle is a traditional American cake which has a delicious fruity sponge and crunchy crumble topping. When baked the cake batter sinks to the bottom and the crumble topping ‘buckles’ and the fruit softens in the centre. This cake can be eaten warm with cream or custard or even ice cream or simply cold which makes a delicious breakfast treat. If you don’t have...

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Rhubarb brioche tart
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Rhubarb brioche tart

Jun 7, 2014 by

How about a delicious sugared rhubarb brioche in a form of a tart? The dough is very buttery not too sweet and the sourness of rhubarb is balanced by the sugar. The cake has a nice subtle delicious citrus and vanilla flavour. You can use any fruit that is in season just make sure they are cut to a size that will be tender...

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Rhubarb & custard cake
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Today I am serving a delicious rhubarb and custard cake. Even those who aren’t so keen on rhubarb will love it. It’s delicious served warm with ice cream, and if you like you can even drizzle it with the remaining juices from roasted rhubarb. Serves 16       INGREDIENTS: 400g rhubarb 50g caster sugar   For the batter: 250g butter (soft in room...

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Chunky chili con carne
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Chunky chili con carne

May 27, 2014 by

This is a classic dish in Mexican cuisine one of my favourites. In this recipe I used chunks of beef rather than minced meat. Serves 4       INGREDIENTS: 400g stewing beef, diced 2 tbsp oil 1 large onion (chopped) 1 red pepper, diced 2 cloves of garlic 1 tsp chilli powder 1 tbsp paprika 1 tbsp ground cumin 1 beef stock cube...

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Spelt flour ‘Tortillas’
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As I mentioned before, due to wheat allergy in my family I started using spelt flour for my baking. Tortilla wraps are quite popular in my house as I serve them with the Mexican dishes I often prepare. So I decided to make them myself. I made a batch with spelt flour and a batch with wheat flour and it seems that spelt flour...

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Ferrero Rocher cheesecake
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If you like hazelnut spread and Ferrero Rocher chocolates then you must try this recipe. It’s a no bake cheesecake; I can guarantee it will be a hit at home. It’s best prepared the day before you serve so it sets nicely. This cake has been very popular in my house and even people who don’t like cream cheese desserts will love it. It...

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Cappuccino cupcakes with white chocolate & mascarpone frosting
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Today I am serving delicious cappuccino cupcakes with white chocolate and mascarpone frosting. They are so popular in my house that I practically bake them once a month. Try them yourself! Makes 12 cupcakes       INGREDIENTS:   125g butter 140g flour 125g brown sugar 1 tsp baking powder 2 eggs 75ml natural yoghurt 1 tsp vanilla extract 1 tbsp cocoa 50ml coffe...

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Cowboy chicken
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Cowboy chicken

Apr 30, 2014 by

I found this recipe in one of the ‘BBC GoodFood’ magazines. It is so delicious I had to have seconds. You could prepare this dish ahead and take along for your camping trip and just reheat it. It’s one pot dish, very filling perfect for feeding a crowd. You must try this! Serves 4       INGREDIENTS: 8 skinless chicken drumsticks or thighs...

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Hummus
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Hummus

Apr 30, 2014 by

A few ingredients, blender and pitta bread and here you have a delicious snack. This recipe does not contain tahini (a sesame seeds paste), I recommend this as a starter or even as a side for BBQ.       INGREDIENTS:   1 tin of chick peas juice of 1 lemon 60ml of olive oil small garlic clove ¼ tsp of paprika pinch of...

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Tomato, pesto & goats’ cheese tart
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If you have some ripe tomatoes and have no idea what to do with them, try this recipe for delicious puff pastry tart with tomatoes, pesto and goats’ cheese, topped with rocket salad. Perfect for hot afternoon when you don’t feel like cooking. Serves 4         INGREDIENTS:   1 pack of puff pastry (around 375g) 3-5 ripe tomatoes, thinly sliced 4...

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Springtime spaghetti & meatballs
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Easter is now behind us it’s time to explore some new flavours. Normally we would have meatballs in tomato sauce in our house but this time I decided to try this new recipe. The meatballs have grated zest of lemon, which gives them a really refreshing flavour. This dish is so delicious! I decided to use an extra amount of peas to boost my...

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Ranch dressing
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Ranch dressing

Apr 24, 2014 by

Spring is finally here and it makes me think about healthy food, salads etc. This dressing goes very well with leafy salads; it’s one of my favourite dressings made with buttermilk. Very simple to prepare and you can even use it in sandwiches.       INGREDIENTS:   75ml buttermilk 2 tbsp mayonnaise 1 tbps white wine vinegar 1 tbsp chopped fresh dill 1...

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Mini Pecan Bundt Cakes
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Mini Pecan Bundt Cakes

Apr 18, 2014 by

These cakes are just so cute; I thought they would be perfect for Easter. I love pecans and these cakes are moist and nutty with sweet vanilla icing. They are quite easy to make so there’s still time to prepare these for your guests. From the ingredients I used in this recipe you will be able to make a 30cm Bundt Cake or 30...

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Salmon & broccoli lattice tart
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One of the laws of Catholic Church is abstaining from meat on Fridays and even more so during Lent. So if you are Catholic and have run out of ideas or simply would like to try something different I suggest trying this recipe. Salmon is definitely my favourite fish and it goes so well in this tart with watercress and broccoli. I served this...

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Chicken curry
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Chicken curry

Apr 14, 2014 by

My husband showed me how to make this dish after he learnt how to cook it from his friend. We aren’t sure what the proper name for it is and when I cook it at home I just say we’re having curry. It is best served with basmati rice and naan bread. Serves 4       INGREDIENTS:   3 tbsp of oil 3...

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Courgettes stuffed with lamb in a spicy tomato sauce
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Slightly spiced dish ideal with potatoes or as a side with barbecue. I found this recipe in one of the old issues of ‘BBC GoodFood’ magazine. I used lamb but it goes just as good with beef. Serves 4       INGREDIENTS:   4 large courgettes 1 tbsp olive oil small handful of chopped coriander leaves   For the stuffing: 500g mince lamb...

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Mac ‘n’ cheese
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Mac ‘n’ cheese

Apr 14, 2014 by

This classic American dish is a favourite dish of my younger daughter. It’s very simple to make. This version comes from Jamie Oliver’s ’30 minute meals’ but I made it without cauliflower. The dish is topped with crunchy breadcrumb and bacon mix. Serves 4       INGREDIENTS:   6 rashers of smoked bacon (125g) 500g macaroni 250g Cheddar cheese or Gruyere 2 slices...

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Wild mushroom tart with poached egg and rocket salad
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Today I’m serving something for the vegetarians. It’s quite a simple yet delicious dish; the only major skill involved is poaching eggs. I’m serving these tarts with rocket salad but you can use any. Serves 4       INGREDIENTS: 375g pack of puff pastry 4 tbsp of ‘mascarpone’ 300g wild mushrooms 3 tbsp grated parmesan cheese dried oregano and basil 4 eggs bag...

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Quick mini blueberry cheesecakes
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Since there are lots of blueberries out there I decided to make a quick dessert. This can be made a day before planned serving or even 20 minutes before. It’s a very simple dish, not too sweet and is just as good with strawberries. Serves 4-6       INGREDIENTS:   200g all butter cookies 200g cream cheese 200ml double cream 5 tbsp icing...

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Scones
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Scones

Apr 11, 2014 by

Scones originate from Scotland but are very popular in south-west England. There are still arguments to which way is the right way of serving scones; is it the Devon way – first you put clotted cream and jam over it or maybe the Cornish way – first jam and cream on top. Either way they are so delicious I could eat them every day....

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Naan bread
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Naan bread

Apr 11, 2014 by

I can’t imagine having curry without naan bread. It’s creamy and fluffy and with my favourite addition of garlic it’s just delicious. It only takes a little over an hour to make these and you will be surprised how easy they are to make.       INGREDIENTS:   80ml warm water 1 tsp sugar 1 tsp dried fast action yeast 125g plain flour...

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Banoffee cupcakes
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Banoffee cupcakes

Apr 11, 2014 by

The most delicious cupcakes I have ever baked. Generally I don’t like very sweet desserts and cakes but these ones are so gorgeous. Sweet caramel balances light and fluffy whipped cream. You must try these. This recipe makes 12 cupcakes.       INGREDIENTS:   150g plain flour 1 tsp baking powder ½ tsp baking soda 125g brown sugar 125g butter, soft at room...

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Chinese chicken & broccoli stir-fry
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This is very quick, simple and delicious dish. Far better than a take away. Perfect for using up leftover Sunday roast meat like chicken, beef or even duck.     INGREDIENTS for 4 servings:   1 single chicken breast (cut into thin strips) 2 tbsp Chinese ‘Five spice’ mix 1 tbsp light soy sauce 1 tbsp honey 1 garlic clove (finely chopped) 2.5cm piece...

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Soft pull-apart rolls
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Soft pull-apart rolls

Apr 8, 2014 by

I love freshly baked bread especially home-made one. I find baking bread very relaxing; during kneading I can express my anger on the dough. It’s good for the dough as well because when you knead you release gluten which makes the dough elastic. Try baking these rolls with your children; they will be happy too that they made something by themselves.     INGREDIENTS...

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Kiwi Pavlova
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Kiwi Pavlova

Apr 7, 2014 by

This delicious dessert is very popular among my friends and family. I don’t think I need to explain what it tastes like. From the amount of egg whites you will be able to make a 25cm Pavlova.     INGREDIENTS:   6 egg whites 320g light brown caster sugar 1 tsp corn flour or potato starch 1 ½ tsp of white wine vinegar 1...

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Southern Fried Chicken Strips
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Everybody likes a bit of naughty KFC style fried chicken. And this recipe is just outstanding. The chicken is tender and moist and the crunchy outside with ‘southern salt mix’ sprinkled over makes it simply delicious. I have made this several times now and I just had to share it with you.     INGREDIENTS for 6 servings:   500ml buttermilk 2 tbsp chopped...

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Hot Cross Buns
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Hot Cross Buns

Apr 2, 2014 by

Easter is only a few weeks away and I will be preparing these little buns for my family. They are an all-time favourite in our house toasted or just as they are with cheese. They go very well with the ‘Smoked mackerel, new potato and watercress salad’ you can find the recipe here. The recipe is for 8 rolls which are pretty big so...

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Peppered mackerel, new potato & watercress salad
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I found this recipe in an old issue of ‘BBC GoodFood’ Magazine. It’s very simple recipe you could prepare just before guests arrive, it’s tasty, filling and ideal for spring lunch. Delicious served with fresh baguette.       INGREDIENTS:   750g baby new potatoes 5 tbsp light mayonnaise Small bunch of chives 100g bag of watercress 270g pack of smoked peppered mackerel fillets...

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Mexican refried beans
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Mexican refried beans

Mar 25, 2014 by

Refried beans are one of the basic ingredients of Mexican cuisine. They can be used for Tacos, Burrito, and Quesadillas or even in salads. Simply delicious, I definitely prefer home-made than shop bought.       INGREDIENTS:   1 tbsp oil or olive oil ½ medium white onion (finely chopped) 2 garlic cloves 1 tsp chili powder 1 tin of Pinto beans 2/3 cup...

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Enchilada tomato sauce
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Enchilada tomato sauce

Mar 25, 2014 by

Enchilada is a basic Mexican tomato sauce used for various dishes. It is very simple to make and with addition of chili it will give your dish and extra kick.     INGREDIENTS:   4 tbsp of oil 2 tbsp of all-purpose flour ½ tsp chili powder 250ml passata 225ml water ½ tsp cumin ½ tsp garlic powder salt to taste   METHOD:  ...

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Burritos
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Burritos

Mar 24, 2014 by

The dish originates from Tex-Mex cuisine and in direct translation means little donkey. You will find a lot of people, who like myself, watched ‘Beverly Hills 90210’ in the 90s, where the dish was being eaten quite a lot and we all wondered what did it taste like. After trying several versions I must say that this dish is the best when you make...

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