They didn’t last long and are the perfect gift to let someone know your thinking about them during the christmas period. Grandma’s Shortbread are delicious and the perfect activity for kids to enjoy too. Print Recipe Grandma’s Shortbread Recipe Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Add to Meal Plan: Select Course to Add: […]
For when you just cannot do another plain cabbage dish! Print Recipe Vegetarian Okonomiyaki Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Add to Meal Plan: Select Course to Add: BreakfastLunchSnackDinnerDessert This recipe has been added to your Meal Plan Add to Shopping List This recipe is in your Shopping List Course Main Dish Prep […]
One day while searching for something to cook with the basic staple vegetables we had in the fridge I came across this recipe on SBS food. Ben was never really a fan of osso buco so I knew the flavours had to be amazing to make this a regular dish in our home! And it […]
There’s really nothing like a true quiche: the silky, creamy filling wrapped around your favourite ingredients atop a crunchy pastry base… it’s worth the extra work that levels it up from an easy frittata! The use of cream in this recipe is what makes everything so smooth and gooey and is totally necessary and cannot […]
Many, many years ago (my teenage years) I lived with a family who took me under their wing for a little while! Jenny who I refer to as my fake mum was always cooking! She had four kids of her own and every night served up dinner and and dessert. I use to love watching […]
Ooh la la! The only thing better than a simple French onion soup is when it’s made with pure organic ingredients. Suddenly your simple soup is elevated from incredible to completely out of this world! We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again – nothing tastes better than organic veg. The whole premise of […]
Oh what an autumnal combination! Sweet quinces paired with the tang of apple in the cake, and sweet golden syrup paired with the tang of cream cheese in the frosting. It’s sure to become a family favourite in no time. Print Recipe Quince + Apple Cake with Golden Syrup Frosting Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: […]
Perfect for a weeknight meal, lazy weekend brunch, light lunch or midnight snack, this carby, savoury treat is everything you want from a potato. Of course you can doctor them up as you please – some chilli and coriander for an Asian twist, feta and lemon for a Greek slant, peas and parsley for a […]
Pork Tonkatsu is a Japanese dish. It is traditionally served with shredded cabbage, pickled vegetables, rice and miso soup as a set. I recently visited Japan for the first time in ten years and fell in love with Tonkatsu again. I never fully appreciated cabbage until I experienced it in Japan. It is a side for many dishes there and demonstrates that something as simple as shredded cabbage with a sauce can be a delicious accompaniment. It can be a welcome alternative to green salad.
The Tonkatsu set was also very popular with our children in our travels, mostly because of the deep fried crunchy meat, and the sticky rice. It is a good meal to practise using chopsticks for that reason. Whilst Tonkatsu usually uses pork fillets, it is also just as nice with chicken.