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!
We’ve had a great crop of Padrón Chillies this year, in fact too many too eat as we let them get a little to big and they became really hot! So we let them ripen and turn red and made them into this great sweet chilli sauce. It’s got a real kick – who knew… Read more »
Rasam is a delicious pungent and spicy, South Indian soup that uses tamarind as a base, with the addition of tomato, chili, pepper, cumin and other spices as seasonings. The tangy flavours of tamarind mixed with the pepper and other spices make a taste explosion in your mouth. The Indian equivalent of the Jewish Chicken Soup! Every South Indian family has its own recipe… Read more »
This is a lighter version of the traditional cassoulet which contains bigger sausages and usually duck, goose, or chicken. Although it is lighter it still packs bags of flavour and is just as satisfying. Serve it as a light lunch with crusty bread bread or as a side for confit duck or… Read more »
Succulent oven roasted, pancetta wrapped chicken breasts, served on top of a creamy risotto.This dish brings you all the heart warming flavours of Italy. Ideal for an intimate supper for two, served alongside a crisp green romaine lettuce salad, and a glass of prosecco sparkling wine. Serves 2.
The best Kuzu Pirzola I have ever eaten was in the Bosporus Restaurant in Dubai. They are delectable! I wanted to recreate this taste sensation, but although my recipe is really good, it’s still not as good as the Bosporus. This is probably because the Bosporus use a large, open flame grill to cook their… Read more »
Sri Lankan cuisine is one of the most complex cuisines of South Asia. It is historically a major trade hub and many Asian influences are found in the dishes that are served. This is a delicious curry that reflects the Sri Lankan love of spices and exotic flavours. It is succulent with the sweetness of… Read more »