Helloooooooooo baked quinoa falafel bowls looking all fine drizzled with a orange tahini dressing. It is super nice to finally meet you during veganuary.
Looking for an unconventional yet still festive meal – then try this gluten-free harissa meatballs, saffron rice and harissa-butter corn.
Short on time? Then whip up this a garlic and herb butter pasta in 15 mins.
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.
So folks, THIS right here is what happens when you take some butter, throw in some cinnamon and saffron, simmer to perfection and then mix in some pasta.
Now is the perfect time to try a bowl of this warming gammon laksa noodle soup.
I think I have been slacking in my ‘no special occasion is complete without this traditional dish’ Jollof rice sharing duties.
I mean, what’s up with having only one Jollof rice recipe on my blog? Any one who grew up in African would have at least three Jollof recipes up their sleeves.
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.
Some days, there is nothing better than going back to the basics. Basics like a simple and comforting bowl of pasta. Because you need a big helping of that happiness that tucking into a bowl of delicious carbs will bring you right? Well hello creamy nutmegy cauliflower pasta.
So my daughter came home the other day and announced that; Her friend K, had invited herself over for tea the following week and that I had to make a tuna pasta bake that was exactly like K’s mother makes for her every week.