Category Archive: Main Dishes

Chicken, Prawn and Mushroom Pho

Pho is a traditional Vietnamese soup made up of nutritious bone broth, fresh herbs and spices, noodles, bean sprouts and is served primarily with either chicken or beef. It’s incredibly light, fresh and… Continue reading

Tom Yum Goong; Hot and Sour Prawn Soup

When people think of Thailand a lot of things come to mind; the buzz and bustle of Bangkok’s winding streets, the white sandy beaches and crystal waters of the southerly islands, the countless… Continue reading

Wild Mushroom and Ricotta Ravioli with Basil and Brazil Nut Pesto

So I’m on with a little pasta experimentation again, and the possibilities really are endless. So many shapes, flavours, sauces, fillings. It’s difficult to know where to begin! I feel like, after a… Continue reading

A Night in Persia: Sabrina Ghayour’s Aubergine Chermoula and Naan Barbari

  Since Christmas I’ve been chatting quite a lot about Ottolenghi’s Plenty More, featuring the odd recipe and praising his passion for the vegetable renaissance- and with reason, it is sheer genius! While… Continue reading

Simple Baked Eggs

I always think Sundays are made for delicious brunches. Especially during this time of year, where all you want to do is curl up with a book by the fire. It doesn’t necessarily… Continue reading

Pappardelle with Roasted Tomatoes, Peppers and Fresh Basil Oil

The weather has been rather miserable this weekend, and so I have naturally decided to hibernate. The little dusting of snow we are getting is just enough to keep by the warmth of… Continue reading

Spiralized Stir Fry with Prawn and Mushroom

Since receiving my spiralizer in the post I’ve been like an excited kid with a new toy. Showing it off to my boss, family and friends, finding excuses (not that I need any… Continue reading

Ottolenghi’s Lemon and Walnut Fettuccine

Ottolenghi’s latest cookbook,┬áPlenty┬áMore, was at the top of my Christmas list this year. As soon as I made it through the wrapping paper I set myself up for a good half hour of… Continue reading

Slow Cooked Lamb, Butternut Squash and Barley Stew

Winter has certainly arrived, and it has been rather miserable so far. As much as it can be depressing, I find that Winter often proves to be my favourite month. I just love… Continue reading

Fig and Goats Cheese Galette

So autumn is well under way. The leaves are creating a lovely burnt orange carpet in my garden and the smell is just divine. It has got to be one of my favourite… Continue reading