“Everybody has an opinion on sprouts, they’re always either the best or the worst part of the dinner. Either way, I’m looking to give you the upper hand and have everyone at the table diving in to have a spoon of these bad boys. Using a combination of complementary ingredients, these sprouts will hit the mark and leave you and your guests wanting more.” IngredientsLarge … Continue reading Spruced Up Sprouts!
“Don’t have a christ-mess and overdo the turkey this year, there’s nothing worse than the star of the show being overdone and dry. My recipe below will help you make a foolproof centrepiece for your Christmas spread. That way, you can sit back after a successful meal and celebrate with a few cheeky drinks and Gin-gle all the way.” IngredientsTurkey crown(I used a 2.5kg one, … Continue reading The Best Christmas Turkey
“Now the turkey’s sorted, it’s time to make a couple of sides to really get the feast going. I get asked all the time how I get my roasties so crispy on the outside yet fluffy and soft in the centre. As well as this recipe being vegan (using no animal fats) there’s also a special ingredient – read on to find out.” IngredientsLarge bag … Continue reading Super Crispy Roast Potatoes
This one reminds me of my Nan and all the time we’d go round and have celebratory hot pots for all sort of different occasions. Served with her fav side dish mushy peas or ‘shirt lifters’ (because peas make you fart) as she used to call them! 😂 Ingredients 1 large glass of red wine 500ml beef stock 1 teaspoon beef gravy granules 2 large … Continue reading Nana’s Lancashire Hot Pot
This easy on the purse lunch/dinner is perfect for back to uni students or quick easy midweek meals when you want to save some cash and quickly rustle up some tasty food. Ingredients 1 packet Tonkatsu ramen Teaspoon of soy topped up with water to submerge 1 tomato 3 smoked bacon rashers 1 egg Spring onions Salt and Pepper Sesame seeds for decoration Method 1. Preheat … Continue reading Easy Cheats Tonkotsu Ramen
One of my big things is sustainability and one of the great things about coffee jars and sauce jars is you can reuse them to make amazing one pot lunches. Get your jars, wash them out and reuse them as part of this purse-friendly lunch solution. Ingredients Pack of 4 Chicken Thighs Knob of butter Frozen Peas Runner Beans Broccoli Salt & Pepper Packet of … Continue reading Layered Coffee Jar Lunches