I love noodle broths but I don’t make them that often as I find them a bit messy to eat. I usually end up wearing half the broth down the front of my top (more often than not on a day that I’ve decided to wear one of my few white tops!). Continue reading
The husband and I are a but partial to a cooked veggie breakfast. In fact we’d eat a cooked breakfast for breakfast, lunch and dinner, given the chance. So, when I came across this recipe for sweet potato hash and spicy beans I couldn’t resist. Continue reading
What’s not to like about a meal that involves delicious ingredients and minimal washing up? Well, Anna Jones’ sweet courgettes with crispy chickpeas delivers on both counts. Continue reading
The husband is a bit partial to a quesadilla so I thought I’d treat him to Anna Jones’ smoky white bean quesadillas. They’re super easy to make and the husband seemed rather pleased with his Mexican lunchtime treat. Continue reading
A risotto made with quinoa instead of rice may sound a little bit peculiar, but Anna Jones has pulled another great recipe out of the bag – her never ending bag of great recipes, with her quinoa risotto with mashed peas and greens. Continue reading
This delicious modern moussaka (loving known as moose-ka-ka in our house) was one of the first recipes I cooked from Anna Jones’ a modern way to cook. I’m quite partial to moussaka as it’s packed with some of my all time favourite ingredients: tomatoes, aubergines and potatoes. Continue reading
I’ve already got a go-to Vegetarian Pho recipe I’ve tried and tested, and both the husband and I rather like. But being a sucker for any Anna Jones recipe (I know, Anna Jones again) I thought I should give her Fragrant herb and star anaise pho recipe a go. I love 99.9% of her recipes and if there was such a thing as desert island recipe book I would definitely take one of hers with me. But I digress. Continue reading
Having tired of half-full packets of nuts and dust falling out of the kitchen cupboard and making a mess on the floor, I decided to get rid of them. Despite feeling the urge to throw them in the bin, I’m attempting to not waste any food, so found a recipe for crackers. And I’m rather glad I did. Continue reading
When I spied this tasty looking dish in a modern way to cook, and noticed that it only takes 30 minutes to make, I was immediately sold. and suggested to the husband that I throw it together for dinner.
Initially the husband claimed he’d never had paneer before, until I reminded him of the numerous times he’d ordered sag paneer from the local Indian restaurant.