Eating in Should Be Special!
It does not matter whether it is a quick soup or a curry with a long list of ingredients, eating in should be something to enjoy not to endure.
With detailed instructions and in many cases video tutorials, my recipes aim to show that even the most novice of cooks can rustle up a special meal at home.
My food is typically designed with cooking for two in mind. Even those with larger cooking sizes will be great for either freezing or repurposing as leftovers.
Kachumber salad is a refreshing Indian salad that features onions, tomatoes and cucumber, my version adds a little chilli and also mint!
Indian cottage cheese and spinach are the stars of this simple, quick and really delicious vegetarian palak paneer recipe!
Knowing how to cook the perfect roast potatoes really is not that difficult, all you need is the right spuds and a couple of hints!
This simple and delicious rabbit cacciatore recipe features rabbit legs cooked in a cherry tomato and white wine sauce and is filling yet light!
Originally an Italian peasant dish, a cheesy polenta is the perfect side dish for anything from a ragu to cacciatore and meatballs to osso buco!
Everyone loves chicken noodle soup and this spicy Thai inspired number is quick and simple, just 25 minutes from cupboard to table!
As far as I am concerned sage and onion stuffing balls are an essential and delicious part of any Sunday lunch.
This simple vegan lentil bolognese recipe is a hearty big ragu style sauce for the pasta of your choice and I promise you won’t miss the meat!
Often overlooked for more fashionable grains millet is a nutritious and delicious whole grain, this is how to cook it!
I love these simple slow cooker pork chops, that silky tomato sauce is the perfect foil for the juicy tender chops!