It may sound slightly off-putting at first but this dish is delicious, and left overs can be turned into fish burgers! By poaching it in vegetable broth, which is then turned into jelly to seal in the moisture of the fish on the plate, the fish becomes sweet and juicy. Traditionally the [...]
Archive for July, 2010
Given that everyone who has tried my version of this salad begged me for the recipe, it is no wonder that both the Poles and the Russians claim a version of this potato and vegetable salad as their own. It is great to have as a side dish at a [...]
If you ever crave warm sweet treats during winter, or fancy a refreshing cold dessert in summer, this recipe can give you both! It looks like hot lava and can also be used in decorating kids’ themed cakes. Serves 4. For the jelly: 100g of frozen mixed berries 750ml water 2 [...]
A delicious carrot cupcakes (or cake) with ‘butter-cream’ icing to suit kiddies and grown ups with dairy intolerance.
This decadently rich chocolate banana smoothie has the added benefit of LSA and is one of my breakfast favourites. Perfect if you are craving something sweet and chocolatey.
This vegan-style Hearty Borscht is traditionally served as a quick and nutritious everyday meal. Rich in sweet peppery and earthy flavours, and with added beans it is much denser than its clear broth counterparts.