Recipes

Clotted Cream no-churn ice cream wafers

Clotted Cream no-churn ice cream wafers

Date: 30/06/2022

Summer days are coming and making a no-churn ice cream is easy. You can serve it with strawberries and cream, meringues or in this case in between waffle wafers. Children will love them and I often put a layer of caramel on the wafer too. Enjoy!

Spinach, cream cheese and tomato quiche

Spinach, cream cheese and tomato quiche

Date: 01/06/2022

Lovely summery days to come and nothing nicer than a warm quiche and salad. There are so many varieties and this is made with cream cheese. Add bacon or chorizo if you don’t need to make it vegetarian. They can be wrapped up and taken on a picnic or to the beach. They will also freeze for up to a month, but probably won’t last that long. Enjoy!

Warm Halloumi, pea and rocket salad

Warm Halloumi, pea and rocket salad

Date: 05/05/2022

As the evenings get longer, its lovely to have a quick supper. The halloumi and peas are lovely and it’s a healthy option if you use the quinoa. Enjoy!

Slow Roast Shoulder of lamb with Mashed Roots and Greens

Slow Roast Shoulder of lamb with Mashed Roots and Greens

Date: 30/03/2022

This is a take on a Jamie Oliver recipe. Slow roast shoulder is an utterly delicious way to eat lamb. It takes about 4 hours but just falls off the bone once it is ready. Teamed here with mashed root vegetables and a lovely gravy with mint and capers (leave out the capers if you prefer). Enjoy!

Lemon Meringue Pie

Lemon Meringue Pie

Date: 01/03/2022

Lemon meringue pie is always a favourite dessert but does require a little effort. It has three elements that need to be brought together, a pastry case, lemon filling and a meringue. Give yourself time and its definitely worth the effort. Enjoy!

Malaysian Sea Bass

Malaysian Sea Bass

Date: 04/02/2022

This is a very authentic Malaysian dish. The amount of dried chillies looks alarming but it works. Although there are many varieties that all have different heats and the dish is not for the faint hearted. I have changed some of the ingredients for others that are readily available. Give it a go!!

Crunchy topped Cumberland pie

Crunchy topped Cumberland pie

Date: 29/12/2021

This is a hearty family dish that is comfort food at its best. Especially on a cold winter’s night, it will please everyone. Braising, chuck, feather or blade steak is great for this slow cooked dish. Enjoy!

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