Once you try these Scotch Eggs you will never go back to shop bought again!
A very quick easy breakfast but ever so fresh & flavoursome!
This salad is so tasty! Crispy pan fried Salmon fillets are a beautiful addition to this salad – especially with creamy avocado slices, crunchy croutons and shavings of Parmesan cheese.
An absolutely delicious alternative to a traditional Full English – such a tasty dish with a kick!
My Mum’s favourite – an absolutely delicious brunch and a fantastic alternative to the “classic” Eggs Benedict!
Kick-start your day & metabolism with this absolutely delicious breakfast. Baked eggs, tomatoes, spices, harissa paste and crumbled, creamy & tangy feta cheese all mopped up with crusty bread.
A corned beef hash is a great Sunday brunch – it makes ideal comfort food and it’s so easy to make too! A wonderful store-cupboard-ingredient recipe for a last-minute brunch or lunch.
A simple, classic and delicious dish that you will want to make again and again!
This chorizo hash is a great weekend brunch – it makes ideal comfort food and it’s so easy to make too! A wonderful recipe for a last-minute brunch or lunch.
The Scotch egg is a picnic favourite – these homemade favourites have been taken to the next level with a layer of fiery chorizo mixed in with the sausage meat that wraps the boiled eggs. Rolled in breadcrumbs and deep-fried till crisp, they also make a delicious starter, party snack or meal with a side salad.
This full English hash is perfect for breakfast, brunch or even supper; it is packed with bacon, sausage,tomatoes, crispy potatoes and baked eggs. It’s a hearty, comforting and an absolutely delicious way to start the day. Definitely a must try!
This brunch is packed with flavour; smoky bacon, sausages, mushrooms, chorizo, tomatoes, spinach, eggs and a sprinkling of chilli. It is the perfect one-pan recipe to rustle up for a weekend brunch with family and friends. It’s gluten and dairy-free, and lightly spiced with chilli flakes, so everyone’s sure to enjoy this easy breakfast recipe.
This recipe has been inspired by my recent trip to Santorini where I tasted the most delicious Orange Syrup Cake (Portokalopita) from the most wonderful patisserie in Oia. I was very surprised to find that no flour was used and that dried and flaked filo pastry is the key ingredient. This is a fluffy and colourful sponge made with fresh oranges and drizzled in a fresh orange and cinnamon syrup. Delicious!!
This sausage hash is perfect for breakfast, brunch or even supper! It’s a hearty, comforting and an absolutely delicious way to start the day. Definitely a must try! If you are not a fan of hollandaise sauce this works just as well with a fried egg on the top.