With only 5 ingredients, this exotic dessert is so easy to make that it would be almost criminal not to give it a go! Coconut and passionfruit work brilliantly together in this creamy pudding, serve it warm (either fresh out the pan or microwaved if refridgerated) for best results.
An unconventional but easy and tasty way to eat teriyaki salmon. Apart from part boiling the potatoes, the only key instruction is to put it all in the oven and wait in anticipation! For best results, marinate the salmon in teriyaki overnight but it’s fine if you don’t have time for that.
This twist on a classic banoffee pie adds a nostalgic flavour to the mix with biscoff as the ‘crunch’ layer. Layer bananas onto that, cover them in a sweet toffee sauce made from condensed milk and add vanilla whipped cream to the top. Finally, a dusting of cinnamon to finish it off adds a bit of spice, perfect with the bananas.
Craving the taste of takeout Indian without the cost or the guilt? This korma recipe will satisfy all of the above! As always we recommend playing around with the spices until you’ve found the perfect combination for you but if not our exact recipe will do the trick. Use a slow cooker for ease and to make the lamb fall apart but don’t worry if not, just use a large pot on a low heat and stir regularly.
This healthy take of cream of mushroom soup only uses 1 tablespoon of crème fraîche and is still just as delicious! With hints of garlic, shallot and parley there are plenty of classic flavours but add in a little apple cider vinegar for a slight twist and you won’t regret it.
A lot of BBQ sauce recipes use ketchup but we’re taking it right back to basics with this one and it’s still as easy! This sticky sauce is sweet with maple syrup, smokey with paprika and has a kick from cayenne. It’s the easiest recipe, just heat in a pan and play around with the ingredient quantities until you’ve found your perfect recipe.
Lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves and chilli among other flavours make this fragrant curry sing in your mouth. Make the paste in advance and keep in the fridge, then cook in under 20 minutes for a spicy but easy mid week treat. We’ve used creamed coconut for extra thickness but coconut milk also works. If using milk, use a little less of the wet ingredients in the paste to make sure the sauce isn’t too runny.
This silky vegetarian soup is the perfect winter warmer during these colder months. You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to make and even more surprised at how tasty it is! Add creme fraiche to make it extra indulgent. Also, try adding our croutons. Mini cubes of crunchy garlic bread – a great addition to soups, salads and anything that needs a little added savoury crunch!
OK, it sounds like an odd recipe…However, when you realise how perfect the combination is between the sweet, caramelised apricot jam and the fatty, rich pork ribs you’ll know you chose the right recipe to wow your guests. Slow cooked for over 6 hours, these ribs fall right off the bone and they’re just so easy to make. A perfect winter cheat meal or the star of the show at a family gathering.
One of the best parts about winter is being able to warm up with a hearty bowl of hot soup, improved only with a big hunk of bread. The problem is, most people don’t know how easy it to make your own at home. Try our easy (in fact fool-proof) parsnip soup recipe and tell us what you think!
It’s Christmas time and what better way to celebrate than with salty, fruity, fatty goodness! These devils on horseback are a great starter for a Christmas Day lunch paired with a simple mustard creme fraiche dip. Alternatively, they make an amazing hot or cold addition to a post-Christmas buffet – enjoy!
They’re sticky, sweet, salty and sumptuous. Try these versatile teriyaki wings either as part of a buffet or the centre of an asian fusion meal. Alternatively, just enjoy them on their own in front of the TV…Pair with a refreshingly zingy miso and lime salad for the perfect meal.
One of our favourites! This miso aubergine recipe is cheap, healthy and easy. With only 4 ingredients, it may take a bit of patience but it certainly doesn’t take skill and yet always tastes wonderful. Give it a try and let us know what you think…You won’t be disappointed.