A risotto with goats cheese from Lindsay Bareham’s ” One Pot Wonders”.
A greek recipe for oven baked summer vegetables with dill which i found in Rick Stein’s ” Mediterranean Escapes”. This can be served as a vegetarian main course or to accompany meat or fish. It is also good served cold the next day.
A vegetable packed recipe from The Mall Deli in Clifton, Bristol which i found in ” The Bristol and Bath Cookbook”.
A delicious and easy dish from Rukmini Iyer’s ” The Roasting Tin around the World”.
A simple, delicious and colourful tray bake from “Nigella Bites” by Nigella Lawson.
A perfect pairing from Nigella Lawson’s ” How to Eat” which she serves with Noodles with Mushrooms and Mangetout.
A popular stir fry dish from India courtesy of Vivek Singh. Adjust the amount of chilli to your tase.
A spicy fresh salad from ” Moro:the Cookbook” by Sam and Sam Clark. Serve as part of a mezze or with meat or fish. You can replace the dried chickpeas with two rinsed and drained 400g cans if wished.
This is from the excellent ” Comfort and Spice” by Niamh Shields who was once named by The Times as one of the worlds top ten food bloggers. Check out her blog Eat Like a Girl if you want more of her recipes sooner rather than later, as i have not tried many yet…
Another delicious recipe from ” New Kitchen Basics” by Bristol based chef and food writer Claire Thomson. It is my go to cookbook of the moment and everything i have cooked from it is tasty and relatively easy. You can use sweet potato instead of the squash if you like.
I love Rukmini Iyer’s series of recipes that can be cooked in a roasting tin and know that these are books i will keep returning too.
A great way to serve roasted peppers from Nigel Slater .
An easy recipe from Claire Thomson’s ” New Kitchen Basics” . You can use other vegetables or fruit in the mix depending on what you have- for example cucumber, mango or pomegranate. Chaat is an Indian Spice blend which can be purchased in some supermarkets as well as Indian stores.
This is from ” Roast Chicken and Other Stories” by Simon Hopkinson.If you don’t want to make the hummus yourself then buy a good ready made version.
A recipe from ” The Greens Cook Book” by Deborah Madison and Edward Brown