This vibrantly coloured dish is one of the simplest I know: made in seconds (if using ready-cooked beetroot), it tastes absolutely wonderful and is a great vehicle eaten with flatbreads. Continue reading “Quick spiced beetroot dip”
This is a very simple salad with bags of flavour that is a great way to use courgettes, which are very much in season here in the UK at the moment. Continue reading “Char-grilled courgette salad”
As moreish as sweet biscotti unquestionably are, savoury biscotti are in a slightly higher league for me, but then more-ish savoury food is one of my weaknesses! Continue reading “Two flavours of savoury biscotti”
A savoury variation of my lemongrass and ginger canelés, these are essentially pesto canelés, and are fantastic as light canapés when served warm. They have a thin exterior crust with a soft interior, bursting with flavour.
To be honest, my heart usually sinks whenever I see the word “deconstructed” on a menu: rarely do such dishes seem to add anything new after all that tinkering with a classic! But in a very tongue-in-cheek way I felt I had to flirt with this trend in this bread in at least the title of this recipe! Continue reading ““deconstructed pesto” sourdough loaf”
I adore making pastry: it is up there on an equal footing for me with bread. Filo, however, is the pastry I find challenging: while I can make it, I just don’t seem to have enough hands to get full stretching without tearing, so it sometimes becomes a frustrating affair. But it is nonetheless fun to make. Continue reading “Spanakopita with caramelised onions & pine nuts”