With a few simple ingredients, you can prepare this flavoursome dish in under 20 minutes. It is absolutely packed with flavour and is a real go-to dish to liven up a mid-week mealtime. If you love satay sauce, you’ll love this! Give it a go…
Word spreads quickly on social media, especially when it comes to food. I got very excited when I heard on Facebook about a budding local business selling homemade Indian food. The Facebook page is chock-full of glowing reviews and hunger-inducing photos, so I knew I just had to try it! Would Kim’s homemade food live up to my expectations? Should I have just gone to my favourite local takeaway? Let’s find out… Continue reading
This has to be the most summery dessert there is! Strawberries are plentiful at at their best during the summer, and containing only 5 ingredients, there’s no excuse not to try this recipe…
I bet you’ve never had halloumi this way before! This is possibly the most Greek-style burger there is, and has only five ingredients! If you’ve read my review of Jamie Oliver’s 5 Ingredients cook book, you’ll know how much I love the clever use of ingredients. It’s inspired me to create a few of my own!
What’s not to love!? The key thing is to get the ingredients fully prepared before you even think about cooking the halloumi: have the buns toasted and the houmous prepared. Perfect served with some oregano-topped French fries and Kalamata olives!
If you’ve read my review on the Jamie Oliver Quick & Easy cookbook, you’ll know that I was very impressed with it. It features a good variety of recipes which all use 5 ingredients – excluding cooking oils and seasoning – and is a must-have for any foodie. It has inspired me to think of my own 5-ingredient recipes! The star of the show here is the burrata from Southern Italy: a delicious mozzarella ball which contains stracciatella and cream. To fully appreciate the flavour and texture of burrata, it must be taken out of the fridge, still in its tub, for at least 30 minutes before serving to allow it to come down to room temperature. If you can’t find the Crosta & Mollica bread, a large slice of sourdough would be ideal. This makes an ideal light lunch, and it’s vegetarian! Continue reading
If you’ve read my review on the Jamie Oliver Quick & Easy cookbook, you’ll know that I was very impressed with it. It features a good variety of recipes which all use 5 ingredients – excluding cooking oils and seasoning – and is a must-have for any foodie. It has inspired me to think of my own 5-ingredient recipes, and this is the first of them! It’s a gorgeous combination of oozing mozzarella, fragrant basil pesto and sweet sun-dried tomatoes in a kind of grilled eggy bread! If you can’t find the Crosta & Mollica bread, any rustic loaf, thickly sliced, would work.