New York is high on my ‘to visit pretty soon’ list. And I am eating these marinated strawberry cheesecake waffles whilst dreaming up my travel plans.
And kicking off asparagus love with this warm and comforting baked asparagus macaroni cheese recipe. Yeap, asparagus + macaroni + cheese + crunchy breadcrumbs = match made in foodie heaven.
Recently I have been trying to introduce new cheese dishes into our diet to shake up things a little bit. Starting with this cheesy polenta, topped simply with maple balsamic roasted beetroot. And honestly, this is one of my favourite new dishes as it is so simple yet the flavours blend together very well.
Try this bacon, cheese and chocolate bruschetta as a deliciously different starter for any occasion. Hint, hint, Easter.
Folks can I get a yum for this Christmasy grilled cheese sandwich with orange and honey walnuts and cranberry sauce? And please do finish reading my post before you run off to go make this ‘blow your mind’ sandwich.
This spicy baked Camembert topped with walnuts, cranberries and chilli honey is going to be one of my main Christmas recipes this year. To serve it up in style I will make sure surround it with sliced fruits, crusty bread, crackers and even more nuts.
The West African in me has been thinking about new ways of how to cook plantains for a very long time – like these easy baked plantains. And we all know that good cheese complements sweet flavours (think cheese and chutney), so it should go well with these easy baked plantains. I mean, who would not love some baked ripe plantain stuffed to the brim with warm melty cheese and a drizzle of chilli sauce?
Cacio et pepe simply means cheese and pepper and this three ingredient dish made with just pantry staples including pasta just blew my mind.
This simple chilli and herb baked feta cheese ready in exactly 18 mins. And all you need to complete this is some fresh tomatoes, olive oil, a green salad and warm crusty bread.
This raw courgette salad with Västerbottensost and toasted almonds is fresh and different – perfect for summer days, either as part of a picnic, or for supper outside.