I love these Spicy Noods and they’re so healthy, the recipe is mine – influenced by the basic flavours of Singapore Noodles, but with an Indian slant, plus some Spanish smoke from the Pimentón 🙂 Cooking a batch on the weekend means a healthy spicy lunch to keep you going through the week.… Continue Reading
This is one of the cheapest side or main dishes to make, it’s quick, easy, and very tasty to boot. This whole recipe would cost under three pounds, or in American terms (Assuming approximately the same pricing) $3.50. I liked my latest batch so much I ended up eating it cold with some tortilla chips 🙂
This is also ideal for #lockdown cooking in any well stocked kitchen!… Continue Reading
This is a down and double dirty rice – flavour wise it has a smokey base with a sweet leading edge. The texture is amazing, soft yet well cooked pieces of burger, crunchy pieces of bacon, firm yet cooked peppers & onions, all with the rice!
The pieces of burger could be swapped out for chicken, marinaded pieces of beef, or even some form of sea food!… Continue Reading
I was experimenting in the kitchen with the aim of making a Baileys substitute, as it’s well known that Baileys contains LOTS of sugar… And I’m a rum drinker, not whisky (But I dare to say this would work with whisky) 🙂
This recipe made me just over a litre, the only sugars came from the Evaporated Milk (44g), and a tiny bit in the Vanilla – a tiny amount compared to Baileys, which according to the Interwebs is around 25% sugar.… Continue Reading
This is my spin on the Sweet Waffle Recipe, it has no sugar, instead relying on Splenda (Sucralose) to provide the sweet crispy kick that is expected and welcome with sweet Waffles!… Continue Reading
For years now, I’ve been after a recipe to exactly replicate the sweet tasty sauce you typically get when ordering from an Indian Takeaway in the UK – the stuff is delicious, and I often found myself ordering more than I needed, just to feast with afterwards.
These Samosas are my first attempt, and I have to say I pretty much nailed it 🙂 Whoever says you need filo pastry is just wrong – they work fine with a basic pastry, the same as you’d use for a stuffed paratha.
This recipe will make around 8 to 10 large samosas, depending on the size you want of course.… Continue Reading
I’m back on the LCHF (Low Carb, High Fat) diet this week, and whilst not bored of the usual recipes, I’m always looking to put a twist on an existing meal, after all a boring diet is one which you won’t end up sticking to.
People are always looking for carb substitutes, but nothing quite hits the spot, so I decided to go the other way, also away from the usual salad – as I don’t know about you, but I do tend to get a little bored with the same accompaniments all the time.… Continue Reading
This recipe is a twist on the Triple Cheese Tandoori Mushrooms, almost the same, however using a little twist of tomato and way more garlic Can you have too much garlic?.
This recipe lists between 2 and 4 medium / large peppers for filling – What I tend to do is make a load of filling, and if I don’t use it all, freeze it for next time, as it’s easy to defrost and fill some peppers to pop in the oven.… Continue Reading
This Tandoori chicken dish is super easy to make, and only takes around 10-15 minutes prep in total. You may have had something like this from an Indian Takeaway, maybe labelled as a Shashlik (Although that is cooked slightly differently), however probably down simply as Tandoori Chicken.
Serves 2. Don’t be put off this recipe for marinade times, you can do anything from 1 hour to 24 hours, obviously the longer the marinade the better, but don’t be pressured into thinking it has to be an age, it doesn’t!… Continue Reading
On one half you have perfectly seared and cooked butterfly chicken, and on the other a creamy zesty sauce. I suppose you could do this with chicken pieces, or bashed-flat chicken breasts, but I thought the butterfly style would be best!… Continue Reading