Roasted butternut is super easy and it looks impressive on a dinner plate. It’s the perfect dinner for 2, one half each. This combo is simple and delish. My 2 year old loved it, I hope you will too. Equipment required 1 baking tray 1 large fry pan Shopping list (for 2 people) 1 medium… Continue reading Sausage Stuffed Butternut Squash
I made a simple tomato sauce this morning and popped some eggs in it to cook. I was thinking baked eggs, but I just put a lid on the pan, instead of putting it in the oven. I ended up with perfectly runny eggs, brilliant! This recipe will serve 2 people, but the picture is… Continue reading Eggs and Veg!
Slow cooking is undoubtedly one of my favourite things. Not only because of the ease but because of the intense flavour. This curry is super easy and you will probably have all the ingredients in your cupboard. Equipment required 1 casserole pot with lid that can go into the oven Fine grater Garlic crusher Shopping… Continue reading Slow Beef Curry
Chicken drumsticks – I don’t make them often, but every time I do I wonder why I don’t make them more. Super simple sticky, yummy recipe. This can be done with thighs too of course. Equipment needed Small mixing bowl or jug 1 plastic bag or tray for marinating 1 baking tray Shopping list for 2… Continue reading Sticky Sticks
Warm salads, in my book, are far superior to cold salads. I don’t seem to get the same satisfaction from a cold salad. This one is has some intense salty flavours, the lemon on the kale cuts through a them nicely – delish if you ask me. Equipment required 1 mixing bowl 1 lrg fry… Continue reading Aubergine & Kale Salad
These super simple pumpkin fritters are a nice change to your breakfast repotoire. I served mine with fried aubergine and roasted red peppers. They would also be great with some halloumi, a fried egg or bacon, or all 3! Equipment required 1 food processor 1 lrg fry pan 1 small mixing bowl Shopping list for… Continue reading Pumpkin fritters with minted yogurt
Post workout meal, on the table in less than 15 minutes and it was oh so satisfying and simple! You could make some greens to serve on the side, but I was after speed and simplicity. Equipment required 1 mandolin with julienne attachment or julienne tool 1 small mixing bowl 1 lrg fry pan Shopping… Continue reading Pan fried Hake with a Beetroot & Radish Salad