Calories: 333 kcal per serving
Vegetable casserole has to be one of the quickest and easiest meals for school night.
Also it’s an absolute winner for both calories and nutrition.
This recipe is a simple winter vegetable casserole with my favorite ingredient – sweet potato. Read the rest of this entry »
Potato Salad Recipe Serves 6 (as a side)
Crickey oh Riley!! The sun’s out after months of bleak days. We’re finally getting a taster of summer. In the UK (certainly in our house) a bit of sun means that a BBQ is obligatory. We rushed up to Sainsbury’s and grabbed a bargain on some salmon steaks, whipped up some cheats tandoori chicken (cubed and marinated in preparation for the skewers) and grabbed a pile of burgers. But a faux summer barbecue just wouldn’t be right without a potato salad. Read the rest of this entry »
Homity Pie Recipe
Prep time: 60 mins
Before we start I have to put my hands up and say that this is not a traditionally accurate homity pie recipe. A true homity pie recipe would have wholemeal flour (which half of my kids don’t really like) and you would never find Le Roule cheese in a traditional homity pie, no sir…however, as with many of recipe’s we end up making, my homity pie recipe is a concoction of ingredients that I happen to have in the house at the time. Le roule and cream cheese found their way into the homity pie because I didn’t have much garlic and no creme fraiche at all! The important thing was that ended up with a great meal that all of the family actually ate. Read the rest of this entry »
Rough Sausagemeat Plait Recipe
I was looking for something quick and easy to throw together for an easy Saturday meal, and sausagemeat plait came to mind. Buy a ready made pack of pastry and a load of sausagemeat and we’re away. Unfortunately, I was sidetracked by curiosity…Last week, I came across a Pieminister recipe for ‘Rough’ pastry and thought it might be a good idea to give it a whirl…so sausagemeat in hand I bought a pack of butter and off I went! Read the rest of this entry »
Roasted Gammon in Coke Recipe
Fed 2 adults, 2 hungry teenagers and a 6 year old!
Seriously? This really shouldn’t work – but crickey heck it really is awesome!!! The cooking in coke gives the roasted gammon (ham!) a very subtle sweetness and tenderises it a treat!
Before I go on, credit where it’s due, this roasted gammon recipe is the brain child of Nigella Lawson. We just finished our Sunday roast and had this roasted gammon in coke recipe with roasted potatoes, honey roasted parsnips, carrots, leek and parsley sauce…there was not a scrap left on anyones plate! (A rare occurrence in out house :-). Read the rest of this entry »