These are probably the quickest fishcakes I’ve ever made! Fishcakes can be a bit of a faff to put together. You need to peel and chop the potatoes, cook the fish, make the breadcrumbs…they’re not difficult, they just seem to create a lot of dishes! Continue reading “Mackerel Fishcakes”
What a weird week it’s been weather wise….it’s so hard to know what to cook. We’ve gone from ‘i’m too hot to even contemplate eating’, to comfort food and jumpers. I’m trying really hard at this very moment to stop myself giving the heating a quick blast. My current view
This seems to have become my go-to ‘cooking for friends’ dinner! I love the fact that it feeds many, I can knock it up in about 15 minutes in the morning, then pop it in the oven an hour before I need it. Continue reading “Sausage & Bacon Stew”
I have three (opened) pots of dried Tarragon in my spice cupboard. Not very savvy shopping, I agree. I obviously panic bought it at some stage, only to leave it mouldering at the back of the cupboard.
As you know, I am a bit of a reluctant baker, I’ve always preferred the eating to the actual process of making it. However, this tea loaf is a gem of a bake. Simple, satisfying (to eat and prepare!) and very quick hands on time.
This cake is really easy, even for a mediocre baker like myself! It’s quite satisfying when you turn it out of the pan – and looks so pretty! If you’re not a fan of almonds, just leave them off the top and substitute the ground almonds in the sponge mix for 100g of self raising flour.
This fajita recipe is perfect. Quick to make, healthy, vegetarian and not a single complaint from the kids! We had two wraps each and although they don’t look it, they are really filling. You could serve them with some tortilla chips, but honestly, we are a greedy bunch here and we were stuffed after eating them! Continue reading “Quorn Chicken Fajitas”