This is the first recipe i cooked from Claire Thomson’s eagerly awaited ” Home Cookery Year” which came out earlier this month. The book is divided into seasons so i am busy working my way through autumn recipes . Watch this space for a few more….
An old favourite from Peter Gordon’s ” The Sugar Club Cookbook”. Serve with a good mixed salad.
My friend Angela pointed me to this vegetarian traybake with a crunchy Feta topping from Rukmini Iyer’s ” The Green Roasting Tin”. It may not look much in the picture i took but i can assure you it was quite delicious.
This is from Jamie Oliver’s ” The Return of the Naked Chef”. He credits the recipe to his friend Peter Begg. You can vary the curry by using diced chicken, prawns or paneer or vegetables like swiss chard, spinach, peas, cauliflower, boiled potatoes or chickpeas. Serve with some Indian breads and/ or steamed basmati rice.
A new recipe from Diana Henry.
A thai style green curry from Nigel Slater to serve with rice.
A quick recipe from Nigel Slater’s ” The 30 Minute Cook”.
A recipe from Nigel Slater.
A dish from “Jamie Cooks Italy” which makes a great vegetarian main course.
A warming and comforting supper from ” Organic” by Sophie Grigson and William Black. Serve with heaps of mashed potato to soak up the juice and plenty of mustard.
A delicious and light soup from ” Moro:the Cookbook” by Sam and Sam Clark.
Here’s an old favourite from ” Madhur Jaffrey’s Indian Cookery”. Serve as a side dish.
My friend Angela introduced me to this colourful and healthy all in one daal from Rukmini Iyer’s ” The Green Roasting Tin”. It was so good i had to cook it myself a few days later, omitting the cashews and serving with sausages. But it is also very good on its own, served with naan or rice. I was a bit doubtful that the lentils would cook properly in the oven, but they were perfect.
Another delicious recipe for a light summer supper from Diana Henry. For a creamier dish add 3 tbsps cream to the pasta with the crab.
I found this South Indian inspired recipe in a recent purchase from a charity shop – ” Gastro-Geek” by Regina Sabur- Cross. I discovered that Regina had a food blog in 2009 and although it does not seem to have been updated recently more of her recipes can be found here- https://gastrogeek.wordpress.com. Enjoy!