Couscous is an ingredient that every well stocked pantry should have. Cooking couscous is very easy. You just pour some boiling stock (or water) over it, mix it well and cover it. Ten minutes later it is ready.
SOUP time folks. Actually, make that 10 mins to seriously easy to prepare weeknight mushroom ramen. And I am really excited to share this recipe with you guys.
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.
Introducing you to my orange and shaved cauliflower salad with an orange tahini dressing. I love love love the soft crunchiness of the cauliflower along with the walnuts. And if like me you have pomegranate seeds as a pantry staple, you would add them to everything including this salad right?
So what happens when you have a quater of a giant skillet peanut butter cookie leftover? You make a peanut butter cookie milkshake of course. Because, it is peanut butter, and a cookie and ice-cream.
So you know my last post was a Crème Egg peanut butter and nutella cake with a nutella icing? Well what do you do when you have left over Nutella and left over Cardbury Crème Eggs from that cake? Make Nutella and Crème egg doughnuts of course.
Ok so introducing you all to the awesomeness that is this Crème Egg Nutella cake, with a Nutella Frosting. Ok, I admit it. I might have gone a teeny weeny bit overboard with the flavours. But you get why right?
During the winter, porridge is a breakfast favourite around here. There is nothing like the feeling, when you have to go out into the cold all morning, of being full of substantial, high GI food.
One of the many joys of winter is the abundance of citrus fruits. Lovely, bright, colourful, sweet, tart, gorgeous fruit. Piles and piles of them just waiting to be eaten straight up, juiced and even roasted.
This orange and cardamom cake with a orange and cardamom whipped cream has been one year in the posting. Since last Christmas when my sister (on a visit from Kenya) and I ate every single slice over a three day period.