I don’t really cook a lot when C travels, as I find it incredibly dull to cook for myself every evening. Instead I tend to make a big bath of ‘something’ on Sunday or Monday and then eat my way through whatever it is throughout the week. Not very inspiring, but practical. Keep Reading
Jamie Oliver has been my go to guy for many a recipe, but none more so than for his basic risotto recipe. It has become a staple. It is fail-proof and will always result in that perfect creamy yet somehow ‘light’ risotto. The best thing about making risotto is that you can pretty much add whatever you want to the rice depending on what you are in the mood for, and what ingredients you have at hand. Keep Reading
This is a very quick and very easy dish to make – especially if you are on your own, as I am at the moment! In fact, for the majority of June ‘C’ will be out of town and it is never that much fun cooking for one – so I am sure you will see a lot of these ‘quick & easy’ recipes in the next few weeks.
The flavours in this stew is distinctly Indian, with generous amounts of cumin, garam masala and turmeric, which I think have to be my all time favourite spices. There is no meat in this stew but you really do not miss it as the flavours are so bold. I find this stew actually incredibly comforting. Keep Reading