Yep, we’re back on the cauliflower wings!
It’s been a while since I shared a bar snack, but I think it was worth the wait. These Sticky Chilli Cauliflower Wings are super easy to make, and they’re just the thing for your Saturday night Netflix (and chilli?)
A bowl of these spicy orange delights, a vegan Caesar, some potato wedges and Stranger Things makes for a pretty great night in around here.
I don’t know about you, but I do love a traybake recipe. They’re just so convenient.
Usually a term that conjures up a big tasty cake cut up into little squares, I thought I’d co-opt the traybake concept for a savoury meal idea instead. Because savoury has my heart.
And, never one to go back on my word, I did promise you something truly delicious to make with last week’s Store Cupboard Muhammara (so if you’ve already polished off your first batch, it’s time to whip up another).
Purists, look away now. Because this recipe will probably have you reaching for the comment section in a frenzy of outrage.
Lovers of simplicity and a care-free life away from the shackles of recipe rules, rejoice! Because this one’s for you.
My Store Cupboard Muhammara is a response to wanting to enjoy a delicious home-made version of this Levantine dip, but not having the exact ingredients to hand. Because let’s face it – most people don’t have pomegranate molasses and Aleppo chilli flakes in their cupboards.
Hi folks, it’s time for another crumble. A redemptive crumble, if you will, for this Rhubarb Pecan Crumble helped me to realise a few things.
If you want to get straight to the goods, and make this awesomely delicious summer pudding, please do head on down to the recipe below.
In short, it’s just about everything you could want a crumble to be, bursting with flavour, without tonnes of sugar. It’s simple to make. Rhubarb and pecans make for an incredible combination.
You might be thinking hot potatoes aren’t very summery, but I’m here to tell you that it’s perfectly acceptable to enjoy a crisp, seasoned and roasted delight in the middle of a heatwave. Why? Because the Greeks do.
And Greek equals great.