So it is that time of the year again. That time when I spend quite a lot of time in my head. You know that place where it is all hot, sunny, sandy beaches, blue waters, fruits, cocktails and all that good, good food.
Now is the perfect time to try a bowl of this warming gammon laksa noodle soup.
So let’s just take a moment to really appreciate these roast salmon polenta bowls. I mean it is roast salmon on polenta with sweet roasted tomatoes and a big helping of basil pesto. Big flavours people, big, big flavours. It is the kind of goodbye summer, hello autumn creamy comforting polenta.
This super colourful bacon and tomato tart is one of my less time cooking and more time having fun recipes.
This harissa spiced chickpea salad is made with a ‘magic salad dressing’, where you quickly heat up the ingredients of the salad dressing till they are nice and fragrant and then let them cool before mixing them into the salad.
I am soooooooooo late to this party folks. I mean, what’s up with that. What excuse do I have for not making (and blogging about) my very own courgetti recipe? It’s not like I did not have enough inspiration from Pinterest, Instagram and every social media platform you can think of.
Yeap, you did read that title right. Today’s recipe is a sweetcorn and sundried tomato pizza on a spoon all finished of with some lush chilli mayonnaise. The pizza base come in the form of some crispy pitta chips. Fun idea right? Canapés are one of the things I don’t whip up enough. I have…
Nothing says summer than this tasty cheesy tomato and pesto pizza recipe. Serve alongside a green salad and a cold drink.
This asparagus shaksuka is fast becoming a favourite around here. Especially, since Freddy’s mother has been keeping us steadily supplied with piles and piles of asparagus. We have it for breakfast with some warm pita, for brunch alongside couscous and for supper all over some fried steak.
Folks, I finally made some Jollof spaghetti aka Jollof pasta. And it is so good that I am trying to convince my sister to serve some up at her wedding next year. Heck, we all know that it is no West African party if it has not got some Jollof rice in it somewhere right. So why not go over board and serve up some jollof pasta too.