A little something to share with you for Christmas that I’d not come across before.… Read more...
…and a Horseradish Dumplings version too
It gets to the depths of winter and I’m always in real need of a good something to cheer me up. A hearty beef stew and dumplings is just the thing! I’m guilty of not putting recipes on the blog because they seem to easy for anyone to be interested in but maybe you need some cheering up too, if so get yourself a batch of dumplings on the go….… Read more...
A winter warmer if ever there was one! Toffee Apple taste without the risk of losing a tooth Flaky pastry has to be top of my list just at the moment buttery flaky and quick and easy to do too – try it I’m sure you’ll be converted just like me Xx
1 x qty Flaky Pastry – recipe here
75g light muscovado sugar
1 egg for egg wash
caster sugar for sprinkling
Makes 1 x 8″ pieRead more...
Hello gang! Hope you’ve all had a fab summer hols? Well I’m back to the baking and kicking off with a savoury recipe for these delicious blue cheese and walnut biscuits.
Over the summer I made thousands of biscuits (quite literally) for Alex James – to be served at the launch of Blue Monday at The Big Feastival.… Read more...
I love making these when I have the time, you can’t beat curry night in our house with homemade Naan bread.
There’s 2 options for you with a recipe for plain or Garlic and Coriander Naan Bread
300g strong white bread flour
1 tsp salt
2 tsp fast action yeast
165ml milk (170g)
4 tbsps natural yoghurt (60g)
1 tbsp vegetable or sunflower oil
1/2 to 1 tsp kalonji seeds (onion/nigella seeds)
Plus 25g melted butter
Garlic & Coriander Naan
1 clove of garlic, crushed
2 tbsps chopped fresh coriander
Place all the dry ingredients into a large mixing bowl.… Read more...
If you think of Granola do you think dry crunchy boring stuff? How wrong you’d be – I’m eating this stuff by the handful and really have to stop myself for going back for more . Try making your own, you won’t be disappointed!… Read more...
In our house, Christmas is a time for snuggling up on the sofa together in front of a roaring fire. Baked Toffee Popcorn is always a welcome addition to our Christmas Movie watching (plus it’s one of the last few Saturdays before the big day, so I know you’ll need something quick and easy to rustle up today!)
125g popping corn
1 tbsp vegetable/sunflower oil
100g soft light brown sugar
1 tbsp golden syrup
3 tbsps water
2 disposable foil roasting trays.… Read more...