Posted on 09 February 2011.
I have made various types of bread in the past but due to all the kneading, resting etc. I always find the effort not really worth it. A friend recently taught me how to make soda bread which unlike its cousins does not require you to do any work with the dough. The longest step [...]
Posted in Baking
Posted on 11 November 2010.
This pasta dish will take you only about 15 minutes to make and because you can blitz everything in a food processor there is very little preparation to do so is an ideal dish to make after that long day at work. 4 spring onions 1 carrot pinch of chili flakes 1 pack of 6 [...]
Posted in Pasta and Noodles
Posted on 19 September 2010.
Apple crumble is one of those great autumn desserts, as it is quite hearty and filling. I sometimes even just skip having a main course and have a bowl of chunky soup to start with and then some of this crumble with homemade custard for dessert…. mmm ! This recipe does not take long to [...]
Posted in Desserts and Sweets
Posted on 14 September 2010.
I learnt how to make popcorn a few years ago when I was looking to mimic the popcorn that you get at the cinema. I still havn’t figured how what they do to theirs but my version is still very good, so try it tonight if you are sitting down to watch a movie at [...]
Posted in Light Meals and Snacks
Posted on 10 September 2010.
This sauce can be used for a variety of fish but I find that it works really well with salmon. The sauce uses some classic Thai ingredients, including coconut milk and red curry paste to give it a bit of a kick. The fish sauce is what makes it compliment the salmon so well. This [...]
Posted in Fish, Sauces
Posted on 22 August 2010.
Last week I decided to change my usual sandwich lunch for a tasty pasta salad. The salad will keep for a couple of days in the fridge so you can enjoy it over alternating days. It does take about 10/15 minutes to make so you will need to make it the night before or get [...]
Posted in Light Meals and Snacks, Pasta and Noodles