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Fish in Parsley SauceThis is really a deconstructed Fish Pie without the topping. I had intended on using white fish but found a packet of fish pie mix and a bunch of parsley in the reduced section of the supermarket and thought " why not use that instead" I was not disappointed as it was delicious. I love how the rich colours of the fish stand out against the creaminess of the sauce and then adding the extra green veg deepens the colour of it. This is easily adapted to suit you and your families tastes by using a different fish, adding some prawns or just a plain white sauce rather than the parsley sauce. You could also add some cream for a touch of luxury. Why not give this a try and let us know how you get on in the comments below. We love to hear your feedback. E x
Tandoori ChickenTandoori chicken is a chicken dish prepared by roasting chicken marinated in yogurt and spices in a tandoor, a cylindrical clay oven. The dish originated from the Indian subcontinent and is popular in many other parts of the world.
Not many of us have a clay oven but we can replicate slightly by using our own ovens.
You may never order this from a Takeaway again as its so easy to do.
You can adapt it to suit your families tastes by making it as mild or as spicy as you like. The yoghurt cuts down on the heat of the spices and tenderises the meat at the same time.
You can use thighs,drumsticks or chunks to make kebabs too instead of using a whole chicken.
Why not give this a try and let us know how you get on in the comments below. We love to hear your feedback. E x
Goats Cheese & Bacon TartletsWhen there's not much in the fridge for lunch I like to make these quick and easy tartlets. They are seriously delicious and so versatile, as you can add any toppings, but my favourite is Goats cheese. The combination of tangy saltiness lends itself so well to the sweetness of the caramelised onion and the smoky taste of the bacon. Think you don't like Goats cheese? This may change your mind. I used mainly leftovers lurking in the freezer.
Puff pastry- I used a shop bought block but the ready rolled works well too.
Bacon bits(leftovers) Tomatoes. I used cherry but any will do, and some mixed frozen peppers.
You can tailor this to suit you and your families tastes by swapping out the Goats cheese for any cheese, including Cheddar, add salsa instead of the onions or cooked ham instead of bacon etc. You can get 8/10 tarts, depending on the size of your squares/rectangles or you could make 1 whole tart and cut into slices once cooked. The choice is yours. Why not give these a try and let us know how you get on in the comments below. We love to hear your feedback. E x
Spinach and Feta Filo pieDinner this evening, is a recipe from a friend that is one of my favourites so I make it at least once a month. My kids call it Mum's yummy cheese pie but its actually a Greek dish- Spanakopita. If you haven't tried it before, you're in for a treat! Spanakopita is a delicious savory Greek pie made of perfectly crispy layers of filo dough and a comforting filling of spinach and feta cheese.
Mines is by no means authentic but is just as delicious, as the principal is the same. I use what I have available at the time - cream cheese instead of eggs, red onion or white, fresh or frozen spinach, etc. I sometimes add the little tubs of olive,sundried tomatoes and feta found in the chilled cabinet. Its easily adapted to suit you and your families tastes so why not give this a try and let us know how you get on in the comments below. We love to hear your feedback. E x
Onion Bahji’s Onion bahjis are an Indian fritter that's a standard side dish for a family curry night. Add a mint dip and you have the perfect pairing. They can be eaten hot or cold, so are a great TV snack when watching the footy, can be added to a picnic or a lunchbox. They can be as spicy or as savoury as you prefer, so play around with the spice blend till you get the taste you like. This goes for the onions too, as I used 1 red (for sweetness) and 1 brown. The rice flour gives them added crispiness but don't worry if you don't have it -just use more gram flour. Why not give these a try and let us know how you get on in the comments below. We love to hear your feedback. E x
Easy Jam MuffinsI fancied something sweet for my afternoon cuppa so today I've made Jam Muffins as I have a ridiculous amount of jam but not much else in the way of filling. This is a super quick easy recipe that can be whipped up in no time. Its great if like me, your wanting an afternoon treat as they are lovely on their own or with custard, but they are also good to pop into a packed lunch box or a picnic box.
I don't add icing but you could if you prefer.
I've used Jam but you could swap it for chocolate spread or chips,lemon curd etc.
Why not give these a try and let us know how you get on in the comments below. We love to hear your feedback. E x
Speedy Chicken Chow MeinA cheap and cheerful midweek dinner that is always a crowd pleaser.
You can adapt it to suit your families tastes by add any veg you like -mushrooms, broccoli, baby corn etc, but this is all I had in at the time.
You can also bulk it out by adding beansprouts and water chestnuts too, but again, I had none in. If you like it spicy you can add a sprinkle of chilli flakes, sweet - add a little honey or sugar.
It is very adaptable. Why not give this a try and let us know how you get on in the comments below. We love to hear your feedback.
E xBaked Stuffed CourgettesThis stuffed and baked Courgette recipe is quick,easy and full of summery flavours. It is also making the most of seasonal produce and adding some healthy nutrition to your lunch or dinner menu. It can be eaten as a main dish or as a side. Its also a great picnic addition as it can be eaten hot or cold. This simple dish takes very little time to prepare so is great for midweek dinners.. It can be adapted to suit you and your families tastes and I'm sure will soon be a great addition to your menu, so why not give this a try and let us know how you get on in the comments below. E x