Better late than never as they say! This recipe dives back into the archive and combines a few ideas from my Spring Lamb dish. It’s carb free, quick and simple to whip up and I can’t get enough of braised lettuce at the moment…
You can never buy just one courgette…It’s a total pain. But not this time! This should be a go to for everyone, whether you decide it’s a delicious supper or a packed lunch. It uses turkey which is naturally low in fat and there is no need for carbs, making this super healthy. But don’t fret, just buy a bap and it’s perfect for the hungrier mouths too. Go on try it… You really wont regret it.
I had a meeting this week which lasted from 12.30 until 4 but they didn’t give us any lunch! When I say I was hungry… I was literally ravenous. By 6pm I was out the door and was whizzing round the supermarket to gather a few ingredients for an early supper/late lunch. I came across this recipe when I was looking at Rose’s blog The Culinary Queen of Pimlico and it’s clearly been lying low in my subconscious since because it was the first thing I thought of in my deliriously hungry state. Piled on top of courgetti, this rich and spicy lamb sauce 100% hit the spot. Blink and you’ll miss it… I inhaled the lot.
Dinner parties don’t have to be stressful and this recipe takes very little preparation time, feeds lots of people, looks impressive and tastes numma. So many ticks! I managed to shop for all the ingredients and get supper on the table by 8.30 without feeling like a slave in the kitchen… win.
Nothing tastes better than fresh ingredients, and this blog post pays homage to the simple but mouth-watering vegetables grown from the garden at home, paired with a delicious dover sole… Continue reading
Well… I have slightly come a cropper because the pudding wasn’t very indulgent at all. But it was numma… This is a go to recipe for lunch parties in the summer, picnics, breakfast or any occasion really, its my pineapple with mint syrup and vanilla ice cream. Occasionally I enjoy really rich puddings (who doesn’t!?) but more often than not, I prefer citrus or fruity puds which round the meal off… this is one of those and I’m hoping you’ll make it a staple in your repertoire! Continue reading
You are going to have to trust me on this one… I couldn’t have been more sceptical about green juice, having tried ones which have made me want to gag, but this concoction honestly tastes great. Refreshing, crisp, full of goodness, and you don’t taste the vegetable components at all! As I am gearing up for my trip to Sri Lanka, I am trying to be super healthy and PLI, so I am replacing breakfast with green juice.