A new way with Paneer from ” Mowgli Street Food” by Nisha Katona.
A very satisfying meal to eat with bread or rice from ” Asma’s Indian Kitchen” by Asma Khan. You can omit frying the paneer before it is added if you like.
Visiting my local butchers today for some sausages to accompany Neeps and Tatties I spotted both original and vegetarian haggis which i purchased in readiness for Burns Night. We will be celebrating this on our own this year, in Lockdown. In the meantime here is a recipe from Claire Thompson.And why not?
A rich soup for autumn or winter from Nigel Slater. Serve with bread, either torn and placed in the base of the soup bowl, or toasted and dipped.
A recipe from ” Smart Tart” by Tamasin Day Lewis.
A traditional cheese pie from Lancashire which is good accompanied by some piccalilli or mustard.
A fantastic snack from ” Eat Drink Live” by Fran Warde. If you are not a fan of blue cheese you could use Mozzarella, Taleggio or soft goats cheese.
A recipe for your Christmas leftover cheese and fruit from Georgina Hayden.
A match made in heaven from Georgina Hayden.
A vegetarian main for the colder months from Diana Henry.
A delicious and simple supper from Nigel Slater.
These are from Alvin Caudwell and just perfect for a party or pre dinner snacks.
A delicious lunch or summer for the summer months from Nigel Slater.
This is from ” Rhodes Around Britain” by Gary Rhodes. Don’t be alarmed by the quantity it makes- it will keep in the fridge for up to ten days and also freezes well so can be divided into batches and frozen for later use.
A comforting and filling dish for a chilly day from ” Hugh’s Three Good Things” by Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall. If you are not a fan of blue cheese you can use goats cheese as an alternative.