Another really easy and extraordinarily tasty toasted sandwich. Great for lunch or a snack. All you need is a small pear, some fruity cheese and some simple ingredients. Oh, and of course, an avocado!
This Crispy Bacon and Camembert Ciabatta is an amazing, and delectable roll to serve at breakfast. Creamy, oozing cheese, and crispy bacon, with hint of tangy chilli in the background all served up in a toasted ciabatta roll. Sheer heaven! This is another recipe from our guest chef, Kevin Hague. Serves 1, but just increase… Read more »
These bruschetta are really good. The mixture of the prawn and chorizo, backed up by the sweet warmth of the chilli sauce, gives a taste sensation that just explodes in your mouth. This recipe makes four bruschetta, just enough for one hungry person. To make more, just increase the quantities.
Make this authentic Yorkshire parkin a day or two ahead for a sticky teatime treat that cant be beaten. Wrap in greaseproof paper and put in an airtight tin for a few days to allow the flavours and stickiness to develop before cutting – this will give it a moist and sticky texture, as well… Read more »
Pancakes are traditionally served on Shrove Tuesday – or Pancake Day as it is commonly known. However pancakes are very easy to make and great at any time of the year. Serve them with your favourite accompaniment – lemon and sugar, honey, vanilla ice cream, Nutella and bananas – or whatever you fancy! Makes about… Read more »
Panko is a variety of flaky bread crumb used in Japanese cuisine as a crunchy coating for fried and baked foods. It has a crispier, more airy texture than most types of bread found in Western cuisine and resists absorbing oil or grease when fried, resulting in a lighter coating. Serves 2, but for more… Read more »