Another easy recipe from ” River Cafe 30″ by Ruth Rogers and Rose Gray. I love the simplicity of many of their recipes – just a few ingredients and easy cooking methods. This could be served with some mashed potatoes and green vegetables.
I am a huge fan of beetroot and always looking for new ways to prepare it. It is said to be good for the heart and the liver too. This recipe is from ” Polska” by Zuzu Zak.
An easy and typical dish from Poland which I found in ” Polska” by Zuza Zak.In the cooler months she suggests serving with mashed potato and Beetroot Puree. In summer local asparagus and some new potatoes with dill.
A delicious supper fro ” A Flash in the Pan” by John Whaite. The leftover chimichurri can be stored in a sealed jar in the fridge for up to a week.
A delicious moist brownie for snack or dessert from Sue Lawrence.
A delicious brunch or supper from Diana Henry.
A luxurious supper from Diana Henry.
A creamy rustic tart from ” Root, Stem, Flower, Leaf ” by Gill Meller.
A quick dinner from ” A BIrd in the Hand” by Diana Henry
A great supper from ” Cook Simple2 by Diana Henry. The salmon caviar makes it special, but is expensive so can be omitted. If you like you can add cooked peas or little spears of asparagus when in season. You can use smoked trout instead of salmon, or a mixture of smoked and fresh cooked salmon.
A stove top recipe for chicken from ” Cook Simple” by Diana Henry.
An irresistible combination of golden eggy bread, raspberries and rich cream from Diana Henry’s ” Cook Simple”.
A very different version of the classic Shakshuka from ” Ottolenghi Test Kitchen: Shelf Love”. Serve for brunch, lunch or supper.
A favourite version of this Moroccan lamb dish from ” Cook Simple” by Diana Henry. Serve with roast Mediterranean vegetables or wrap in warm flatbreads with a handful of salad leaves and dollops of yoghurt. Start preparing the day before if you can, or in the morning you want to eat as it needs to marinade for a few hours.
A most delicious cake from ” Flavour” by Ruby Tandoh.