This spiced carrot soup recipe is loaded with the wonderful flavours of North African cuisine. They are flavours I love, hot and spicy but with a wonderful fragrant back note.
This simple veal scallopini recipe contains some of my favourite flavours to create a complete and pretty quick meal. Lemon, capers, butter, lemon and anchovies all crop up regularly here on Krumpli. Not least in my chicken piccata recipe which is an American take on the classic Italian Veal Scallopini Piccata.
I'm kicking off my slow transition to autumnal food with a delicious and simple rabbit stew recipe. Yes, I'm being all populist again with my fancy old-fashioned ingredients and traditional cooking methods.
For many years Chinese Spare Ribs were my go-to choice from the Chinese takeaway. As I grew older I became more adventurous but they still hold a special place in my nostalgic food memories!
Figs are such a great ingredient and my favourite way to eat them is in a roasted fig salad. If you have been visiting me for a while you will know that I have a thing about using fruit in savoury salads.
A chicken korma is an Indian curry recipe of Mughal origins dating back to the 16th century... But enough of that! Curries to me are predominantly about my obsession with British Indian variants of my favourite cuisine.
This wonderful mung bean salad is almost Indian in influence. Heady with spices from the Indian subcontinent brightened up with some light quick pickled carrots and red onions.
The pesto pasta recipe is a surprising and relatively new addition to my pasta recipes. Potatoes and pasta may seem like a bit of an odd combination, but apperently it is a very popular recipe in the Ligurian region of Italy.
Roast pork chops are a regular occurrence in our household and these bad boys are flavoured with Harissa and mint. Then served with a glorious pearl couscous 'salad' that is loaded with North African flavours.
These Caramelised Onion and Goats Cheese Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms are a real treat. The flavours are very much influenced by the classic goats cheese and onion tart.
This Asian Fish En Papillote recipe uses a fresh whole sea bass with great vibrant Asian flavours. It comes hot on the back of a whole tandoori fish recipe that used very different Asian flavours. Cooking en papillote may sound fancy but it essentially is nowt more than cooking in a 'bag'.
This Puy Lentil Salad is a little different to many of my 'salad not salad recipes' that I usually create. It is probably a little more recognisable as a traditional salad in many ways... Anyway, whatever it is it is a recipe I deeply love
Cooking on the BBQ for me rarely means a higgeldy-piggeldy collection of food. This brown sugar grilled pork tenderloin with grilled watermelon and feta cheese is designed to be a complete meal.
You will be forgiven for thinking that my kitchen is out of bounds this summer. These BBQ Chicken Drumsticks are part of my romance with my BBQ this summer. Sorry, not sorry!
I’m probably, ok definitely, as guilty as many people as my heavy associations between Indian food and Curry recipes. This Bombay potatoes recipe along with my recent Tandoori Fish recipes go some way to address that.