I am always experimenting with new foods and this is a place where you can find all sorts of recipes to feed your family and friends.
From simple, quick recipes right through to the more complicated ones, you will find them here!
I specialise in meals that are for two people, as we do not all have large families!
This is a family meal, and a good way to get children to eat vegetables, as they are hidden! If need be, cut them up very small so they do not actually see them. This is healthy, as it has tuna in it which is rich in Omega 3's.
The taste of this meal is extra delicious, and quite easy to make with only 30 minutes of cooking time. It can also be heated up easily in the microwave if you are making it for less people than five - I generally only cook for about 2 people but had visitors when I made this meal.
I generally use John West large tins of tuna in spring-water, however tuna in brine will also be OK - I do not use much salt in cooking due to high cholesterol problem!
This is an interesting mixture of ingredients, and is both sweet and salty.
I love food cooked using Hoisin sauce - this is the sauce that is used in Peking Duck which is one of my all time favourite foods. It has an unusual taste, and goes very well with so many other ingredients, whether they are vegetarian or meat dishes.
This meal has a rich and unusual flavour, and could be also served with steamed vegetables.
Cashew nuts could replace the walnuts if need be, however I had walnuts in my fridge so that is what I used in this instance.
I served it over potatoes so that I could soak the sauce into the potatoes, and then I dipped fresh home made bread into the left over sauce! This was delicious and well worth eating a bit less so you can fit this in.
And remember, as I always say, my lovelies, do NOT over cook chicken breasts - they become dry and tough when overcooked. If you JUST cook them so the pink is only just gone, they will be melt in your mouth delicious.
This unusual combination of ingredients is for the sweet tooth, though the sweetness is diminished by the addition of lime juice and zest.
Lime (or lemons) are such a great combination, and this is unusual in that it has salty cracker biscuits as well - so you have sweet, bitter and salty. I used Jatz biscuits but any slightly salty cracker would be fine.
You can either serve them in individual dishes or, as I have done, in one pie dish. Either way, it tastes very yummy!
This is a great dessert to serve up when you have visitors, as it never fails to impress them. It is also quite easy to make and requires no cooking, and only one dish to wash up.