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.
I bake a lot of muffins. Except OH does not like the sweet’ish muffins. Nope, he is firmly in the savoury muffins camp. So I thought I would make him these wild garlic muffins loaded with feta cheese and roasted red peppers. The way to a man’s heart and all that.
This delicious blood orange smoothie makes a refreshing drink for breakfast or brunch.
I am sharing this cauliflower broccoli cheese made with frozen broccoli, frozen cauliflower and a cheese sauce infused with frozen basil, to encourage you to use food from your freezer more. Simple, tasty, comforting ad read in less than 20 mins.
I have been meaning to jazz up our lunch boxes recently. So we spent a happy lunch hour testing out six different sandwich ideas with Warburtons sandwich thins. And folks, the verdict is in. Adults – we dig the pesto, mozzarella and sun-dried tomato sandwich.
I am still in my making life very easy for Christmas frame of mind. And one way would be to use this easy no bake Oreo cheesecake recipe with an Oreo cookie base and lush vanilla cream cheese all topped up with some fresh blueberries.
These pistachio, feta and pomegranate crostinis are a great way to bring some Christmas colour and taste to your table.