This recipe is a mix of what my friend Michele has told me, after living in Mexico for 35 years,… Continue reading »
A wonderful Slimming World recipe which we have adapted. This recipe provides a very generous portion, more often than not… Continue reading »
A quick and easy recipe I found on BBC Good Food.
Another recipe from my daughter, apparently it is a Paul Hollywood one.
My daughter Emma gave me this recipe which she said is foolproof – I haven’t tried it yet.
I had the chance to buy a sack of brussel sprouts for £1, but how to cook them? Well I… Continue reading »
This is adapted from a Jamie Oliver recipe and was delicious.
Having jumped at a bargain 10 huge mushrooms for £2 I now had to think up ways to use them…. Continue reading »
These are lots nicer than the tinned baked beans.
Great with poppadoms and curries.
Great with barbecued courgettes.
A simple mix that you slow roast a shoulder of pork in, making a chinese flavoured pulled pork.
Make this using any mix of greens – just make sure at least half of them have flavour eg rocket, basil,… Continue reading »
This is lovely with anything, and makes a great sandwich with rocket and a shake of black pepper. You can make… Continue reading »
A local chef taught me how to make a fail safe chow mein which tastes wonderful.
This is what we call custard sauce as it is so yellow. It is something that our local Indian takeaway… Continue reading »
This makes plenty for your spice jars.
Wonderful for a barbecue.
A perfect quick meal that freezes well.
This is perfect with sweet and sour chicken, or satay chicken. The sesame oil is not used to cook anything,… Continue reading »