This is an adaptation of a Jamie Oliver recipe. The original recipe is absolutely banging, so you should definitely give that a go (the kiwi salsa is unreal). This is my version of it, with a slight change up of some of the ingredients. The best thing about this recipe is how many different elements … More Fish tacos!
I LOVE this recipe. It’s one of my all time favourites. This is another one which I’ve been perfecting for ages, and I’m really pleased with the results. I’ve had this at various street food festivals before, and was determined to come up with my own recipe. You can absolutely swap out the pork for … More Pork belly bao buns
I made this starter up based on a number of things I like. This is by no means traditional – it seems to cross over multiple cuisines – North African, Italian and South American to name a few. I love it for this reason, and because it is so well balanced. The rich, slightly spicy … More Crostini with harissa red onion jam, burrata and salsa verde
Don ceviche! This is the national dish of Peru, a nation which I have heard amazing things about food-wise – Lima is very high on my (long) list of places to go! Until I can afford a plane ticket however, this will have to do. Ceviche is a very interesting dish, as it involves raw … More Seabass Ceviche
This is an absolute staple of my cooking repertoire. I have made this so many times, and it never disappoints. Hopefully this recipe can be the passport to loads of other fantastic itlaian pasta dishes – vongole, white wine and butter, rich ragu etc. The principles in this dish apply to most pasta dishes you … More Prawn and white wine spaghetti
The 5th day of #7Recipes7Days. I made this recipe from using up some ingredients I had in the house, and it turned out to be absolutely delicious, so I decided to share it. It uses blood oranges (which are on sale at Aldi now!) and passion fruit, which might be a little tricky to get … More Breakfast bowl with orange, passion fruit and granola
4th recipe for #7Recipes7Days – and its super easy and accessible. The hard part is making the pesto, and even that is a case of chucking stuff in a blender! It’s perfect for midweek, as it takes no time at all to throw together, is incredibly nutritious and tastes grand. For those that don’t know, … More Pesto ‘courgetti’ with salmon