This is my go-to recipe, when I want something super quick but utterly tasty. When I say recipe, it’s more of a quick improvisation, taking inspiration from a friend who made a similar version for my lunch some time ago.
So, what does it involve? Simply pop a decent sized piece of salmon in a baking tray, cover it in a mixture of soy sauce, honey, ginger and garlic, throw a few handfuls of shredded spring onions over the top, and pop it under a hot grill until it appears to burn (it’s not it’s just the honey and soy caramalising). Keep checking on it and once the glaze has caramalised and the fish is cooked, it’s good to go. Continue reading →
There’s absolutely no doubt that Yotam Ottolenghi makes exceedingly good salads, and his castelluccio lentils with tomatoes and gorgonzola is one of my absolute favourites. it’s reasonably easy to throw together and is jam-packed full of fresh herbs, salty cheese, nutty lentils and sweet oven roasted tomatoes. In a word, it’s delicious. Continue reading →
In need of a quick and easy dinner and having minimal ingredients to hand due to a lack of supermarket shopping for quite some time, Nigella Lawson came to the rescue with her spaghettini with lemon & garlic breadcrumbs dish from Italian book Nigelissima. It’s quick, easy and extremely cheap to make, yet still utterly delicious. Continue reading →
Having felt a bit sluggish for a while now, I decided that perhaps my body needed a bit of a cleanse, and what better way to do it than buying a new cookbook with lots of cleansing recipes. Honestly Healthy Cleanse by Natasha Corrett is packed full of alkaline recipes, created to balance your body’s PH levels so that you look and feel better than you ever thought you could. Continue reading →
I love mushrooms and I love rice and I love tasty dinners, but most of all I love a nice one-pot recipe that doesn’t take too much time to make and pretty much looks after itself. This one-pot mushroom and bay biryani from Anna Jones’ a modern way to eat ticks all the boxes. Continue reading →