Ingredients 1 can chick peas 3 Garlic cloves Juice 1 lemon 1 tsp Cumin (dry roasted in a pan) 1 courgette 1 Carrot 1 Onion 5 sun dried Tomatoes 1 heaped tbsp. Garam Masala curry paste 1 heaped tbsp.chunky Peanut butter Couple of tbsp s. Breadcrumbs Handful coriander (optional) Half tsp Cayenne pepper This burger …
Enjoy preparing this curry with a spicy side order of drum ‘n’ bass!! Indian styley!
This is my take on a classic coq au vin. Pimped up with Rabbit and chorizo its makes a tasty spring time morsel! Enjoy!
This is one groovy dessert! A luxurious, creamy chocolate mousse served on a crumbly tonka bean biscuit. Of course, you don’t have to use tonka bean, but its nutty, almond like scent gives the biscuit a extra scrumptious edge to the dessert.
Pancake Day! Alright, I know it’s the day after Pancake Day but note this recipe down and try it out next year round, or well, whenever you want! I always used to eat sweet ones when growing up, so a savory version felt like a cool idea!
This was such a fun little dessert to make and eat. The sweetness of the pumpkin with the creamy coconut custard works a treat! Have fun making and eating this funky Thai dessert.
Pad Thai, who invented it? Vietnamese traders, Chinese immigrants or Thai royality? You decide! All I know is that it is hands down the most talked about and most likely, most eaten of all Thai dishes: especially by foreigners.
The key to making this an exceptionally tasty dish is finding the right ingredients and This song will surely put you in good spirits and help take your stir fry to another level!of course, the freshest. Try, if possible to buy the veg and meat from a farmers market and the Asian ingredients from an Asian supermarket.
Thailand is the perfect country for the food lover or aspiring chef. On every street corner, you’ll find a stall selling a tasty snack or full blown meal.
Panna cotta is so, so good! There are so many flavour combo’s to try, like raspberry and mint, spiced pineapple or berry compote and almond crumble. Peaches and cream are a classic flavour combo so I thought why not panna cotta and peaches!