Moist, fluffy and soggy just how dumplings should be! Infused with rosemary and floating in a creamy slow cooked chicken and vegetable soup, with aromas of thyme, rosemary and garlic running throughout.Dumplings… they just take me back to my childhood, having mince and dumplings for Sunday dinner instead of the traditional “Sunday dinner” with Yorkshire puddings, which in […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The slow-cooker is one of the kitchen appliances I hardly use, but I really should. It’s so easy to just be able to throw whatever it is that I want cooking for dinner. It’s perfect for those days when you’re busy and don’t have time to fuss around the kitchen cooking. Also cooking in a slow-cooker tends to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This delicious healthy cottage pie recipe is a guilt-free treat for the whole family. Low fat, dairy free and wheat free, It has all the rich flavours of a traditional cottage pie but with half the calories… well 362 calories to be exact! It takes a while to cook but is well worth the wait. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
You can’t beat a good, hearty steak pie for a bit of comfort food to warm you up inside on these cold winter nights. This pie recipe is a classic dish for the whole family with some added extras, of spicy mustard, thyme, oregano and tomatoey tomato purée. This pie takes a while to make but […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Protein rich and nutritious this is a classic english breakfast with a twist. With sweet and juicy tomatoes, tender sausage, runny yolk and crisp bacon this breakfast bake is warm and comforting. Baked and not grilled; this breakfast has so much more flavour and texture. And because its baked the bacon is extra crispy and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This dish is bursting with flavour from the sweetness of the sweetcorn, tender chicken, creamy texture and delicate puffed pastry, with the fragrant scents of the garlic, thyme and leeks running throughout. I’ve always liked pies but I’ve always though of them as being unhealthy and till recently I’ve just found out I’m intolerant to ‘too many’ […]Continue Reading... No Comments.