Spanish Tortilla is a fantastic lunch time dish to feed your hungry family. In terms of ingredients, you can’t get any simpler – good quality eggs, potatoes and onions – that’s it!. When cooked correctly the sweetness of the onions really hits home along with the comfort of the soft, starchy potatoes & egg. Delicious!
This simple recipe for Corn Tortillas will totally transform any Mexican inspired meal. This recipe is really pretty simple and with a bit of practice you should be able to bang out a dozen or so of these tortillas without too much effort.
This recipe for Chickpeas with lemon & garlic is a perfect accompaniment to a whole host of dishes. It really needs to be made with dried chickpeas for the best results so a little planning ahead is required.
The broth that is created whilst cooking this dish is fantastic and can be eaten straight from the pan hot, or my preference is to let it cool in the fridge overnight. The next day, the flavours will have intensified and you really get the lemon and garlic coming through.
Guacamole these days is a well known component to the Friday /Saturday night tradition of chips & dips – you know, the usuals… tortilla or posh Kettle chips with cream cheese & chive, hummus, taramasalata (if you’re feeling adventurous), and of course Guacamole.
Proper homemade Guacamole, should be rich and creamy from really good quality, and really ripe Avocados
For me the initial texture should be followed up with a bit of a kick! This comes from finely chopped shallots or red onions, hot red chilli and I always add a bit of Garlic
Yesterday’s lunch was a last minute affair, me and the kids had headed over to Tynemouth to see a pal, and before long conversation turned to what was for lunch. After a quick brainstorm and a trip to the local supermarket we were back in the kitchen rustling up some really tasty lamb Koftas.
With 2 keen cooks working away, lunch was ready within about 25 minutes, and the result was a really tasty, low-carb (January diet) and really very healthy lunch.
Once you have experienced a fresh, homemade pitta bread, you will never go back to the sorry excuse that the large supermarkets happily sell you.
With a little bit of effort, and some trial and error, you will soon be able to make these breads quickly and without too much fuss. The result will be a fantastically flavoured flat bread, with a light, soft texture and very welcoming of any delicious fillings that you want to stuff into them! Nothing like the tasteless cardboard that you will have become accustomed to from UK supermarkets.
This simple recipe for homemade Foccacia will blow your mind – infinitely better than anything you can buy from the supermarket or even a lot of local producers.
The secret to success here, as with many bread recipes is time. To get a really great finished result, don’t rush it!