Although considered more of a junk food than not, my version of chilli beef tacos has more fresh vegetables in a single serve than your regular sandwich.
Archive for July, 2011
I think I have found a very good way to enjoy rhubarb and the hideous vegetable it is. Accompanied by fresh strawberries, this bread is all things wonderful. Plus, it’s a one bowl mix.
You can mix and match whatever ingredients you like to go along with the roasted buckwheat base.Smoked sausage, beef or veal goulash, chicken in mushroom sauce or tabouleh-style topping are all great.
A moist, chewy, chocolatey brownie that’s so moreish you won’t be able to stop at one. Plus, it’s completely gluten free making it a perfect treat for fetes and large groups!
Celebrating the release of Bakers Delight new pizza bases I’m making cheesesteak pizza. Read and vote to help me win the best pizza maker title + should I win the prize money I will donate at least half to a charity or community organisation in need!
The allure of crimson in the soup is matched by the intense flavour of beets and, perhaps because of its peasant origins, the recipe lets nothing go to waste. Thickened with a dollop of cream, the soup can be served 2 ways and the following recipe allows for you to [...]
If you are passionate about good, honest food and care about the welfare of the less fortunate in this world, I encourage you to pick up a copy of this lovely easy to use – even in the Western world, cookbook.
The general idea of the recipe is simple, mix and match whatever ingredients you have on hand. Enjoy with a serving of fresh berries, poached fruit or grated apple in the morning.
The flavours melded together so well, resulting in a filling was mind-blowingly good. Topped with mushy peas and velvety gravy – winter perfection.
A deliciously creamy panna cotta with a hint of kaffir lime, topped with fresh strawberries and lime syrup. So unusual. So delicious. So moreish.