No excuses here.
This is some high calorie, high taste, deep fried mother macaroni!
Take macaroni cheese. Roll it in a ball. Coat it in bread crumbs. Fry it.
Immense. Naughty. Tasty.
It was so good, despite the fat content I ate the left overs the next day……with a salad to ease my guilt.
I loved making this, it required a few hours but it’s beauty in taste and look, makes the effort worth it!
Broken down it compromises of Kirsh cream mouseline and strawberries sandwiched between to thin sponge cake layers with a marzipan top. That makes it sound easy….it was not 😊
I made this for our local Rose Queen Festival, hence the roses on the top!
Hi guys, here is a little doozie from good old Jamie Oliver, this one is courtesy of his superfood book.
It’s healthy, tasty, so very fresh tasting and delicious! Try it!
I swoon over a nicely topped ciabatta, I often go for the typical bruschetta or mushroomy mix but this offered something different.
As you can imagine it was really very easy and quick to make and it was delicious. The sweet peppers twinned with the salty olives worked really well, as did the crunchy bread and creamy egg.
A great Friday night treat.
Happy Wednesday foodie friends!!
If you need a little boost to get over this midweek hump, why not try this little tiddler of a dessert?
OK, it’s ridiculously simple and you would be forgiven for thinking…..boring, but give it a chance and I promise it will deliver!
All you need to do is:
- Place a couple of ladies fingers (sponge fingers) in the bottom of a glass.
- Layer on some pineapple pieces (tinned are fine) and even pour in a bit of the juice.
- Later with custard (homemade, tinned, low fat, full fat…its up to you!)
- Refrigerate until you ready to consume!
It offers you a sweet little pudding with different textures and tastes which combined, compliment each other really well. It’s also quite light and makes for s nice little summer treat.
I love a good chilli and it can’t be beaten when you have some lovely big nachos to scoop with!
I’ve recently started making a cheats version of home made nachos, simply cut up some tortilla wraps, drizzle in oil (I use chilli oil) and bake for 5minutes on 180 fan. (Be careful as they can quickly burn)
They are totally tasty with a great crunchy texture.
A really simple and fast dinner tonight folks…..Omelette!
Healthy, fresh, tasty and easy. What’s not to like?
This omelette is made up of 4 eggs, a sprinkling of mature chedder, a handful of kale and few green olives. Totally tasty, the salty olives against the string cheese make for an exciting twist!
When your home and in need of comfort food is there anything easier and more pleasing than a good old Yorkshire Pudding?
Just a sprinkle of flour, a smidgen of milk and crack of an egg and just like magic you have what you need.
I dare you to offer me something more homely!
(I like mine with dousing of my granddads homemade sweet vinegar but I’m partial to a bit of gravy too!)
Tom Kerridge made another appearance in my house over the weekend. OK, so it wasn’t actually Tom in the flesh, but his new recipie book did feature in my food adventures, to be specific, the Jerk Chicken.
It’s not the 1st time I’ve noshed on this spicy poultry but Toms tip of oven cooking with a steam element (from a water bath under the chicken) is NOT to be ignored! Honestly, I cooked the chicken pieces for 45 minutes. I thought to my self “this is going to be dryer than the Sahara itself” but to my surprise and delight, it was as moist as moist can be!
A simple dish with a fiery flourish…go for it. (Not sexy to eat though, unless sexy to you is carnivorous finger lickers)
Everyone who reads my blog will have seen that each week I have a movie night and typically the food that accompanies this night is naughty, comforting, tasty and did I say naughty?
This week we had this dip. It’s a really great, simple dish but packs a flavor punch that will leave you dazed and elated!
All you need to do is:
- Mix chopped jalapeño’s, one can of sweetcorn, one 250g tub of cream cheese, 200g of cheddar, 200g of monetary jack cheese, season and a tbsp of paprika
- Place in the oven (200) for 20 minutes or until hot and gloopy!
For the chips (semi homemade)
- Cut tortilla wraps into chip shapes, coat well in olive oil and paprika (this can be any spice really or just salt) and place in a single layer on a baking tray
- Bake at 180 for 5 minutes….watch them carefully as they burn quickly!
What you will then have is a bowl of spicy, cheesy amazingness and some sweet, crispy bites to transport the cheeseyness into your face!
Awesome guilt food at its best