This dish is traditionally served as a breakfast, but you can serve it whenever you like. The flavour is warm and savoury, and the texture of the poha is light and fluffy.
This sauce has a very fresh tomato flavour like any traditional Italian pizza sauce you are accustomed to, just with a slightly different spice profile. And what is pizza crust, if not a giant naan?
Strawberries aren’t just for dessert! Strawberries and balsamic vinegar make a glorious pair, add in the creaminess of the goat cheese and it’s like fireworks in your mouth.
Our first blog award! We are tickled to have been nominated for the One Lovely Blog Award by our new friend Nick from Blogtastic Food! It feels so good to get such a huge compliment from someone who isn’t on the family Christmas card list.
A thick flavourful vegetable curry, perfect for spooning onto fresh soft bread-rolls.
A rich smooth cold brewed ice coffee with hints of cocoa and cinnamon.
These garlicky mushroom tikka skewers are packed with garlicky flavour. They are hardy and savoury and simply mouth-watering. A great side for your next barbecue, but are filling enough to be the main event.
This recipe is one of my summer time favourites. In winter I almost never think about it, but once summer is here its the first thing on my mind. Crispy grilled polenta with a creamy centre topped with a simple tomato salad, drizzled with balsamic vinegar and sprinkled with parmesan. Its quick easy and delicious….
When the hot weather has you feeling a little less than “fresca”, you need some of this Tamarind Agua Fresca!
This ice-cream is a chocolate lovers dream. It’s everything! So rich and chocolatey it blows the mind. And the lemon coulis, well lets just call Quidee an evil genius.
Quiche! Its fun to say and makes a perfect easy meal. Its healthy, delicious and it can be breakfast, lunch or dinner depending on what you chose to mix into it or pair it with.
Nothing beats a rhubarb pie, but from one pound of rhubarb I can make enough syrup to last much longer than any pie ever will.
PS: It also goes well with gin. Just saying.