If you are looking for a shakshuka recipe, look no further!
Lamb Nachos… just saying that makes me hungry!! Who doesn’t love a giant heap of nachos!?!
Today’s, lamb hash recipe is bought to you by the left overs in my fridge! I had cooked potatoes, green beans, shoulder of lamb and finger chilli ‘s 🌶 so I settled on making a lamb hash 👩🏻🍳👩🏻🍳🥰🌶 it was the loveliest brunch, not least because it consisted entirely of leftovers and took no time…
These gorgeous little lamb flatbreads are heaven sent! We first tried them in Turkey where we watched a lady make them in a hut on a beach for 2 euros each. I stood and watched her, completely mesmerised by the speed and grace with which she created and rolled the dough, and cooked these little parcels, to perfection. I asked for her recipe and adapted it to suit my taste buds!
Thank goodness for bank holiday weekends!! And this one seems to be starting with some sunshine amazingly! 🙂 My husband asked me what I wanted to eat tonight and only one thing sprung to my mind… Kabob!
A delicious dense, moist cake with a lovely delicate flavour and super easy to make.
I love the crisp clear mornings and chilly nights that have arrived along with Halloween this week. We have always celebrated Halloween, even as a small child my mum used to throw the best Halloween Parties.
Baklava is sweet, sticky and flaky at the same time. It is the ultimate over indulgence and generally made using filo pastry, butter, nuts and syrup or honey…
As I may have mentioned in a previous post, one of the things I find utterly amazing about Persian cooking and cooking in general is how a collection of ingredients can take on a totally different identity when they come together ….
I have loved cooking for as long as I can remember. I think in-fact it probably was my first love. There is something so satisfying ….