I was given this recipe by my older sister a few years back, it was a simple onion, tomato and capsicum peppers pie. She had suggested that I could add mushrooms as my husband likes them so I did. I tend to use the savoury filling that I make for pancake filling and wraps, which is the same as the original recipe I was given. It is a good dish to enjoy as a light lunch with friends or you can make a meal out of it and perhaps serve it with side salad, roast potatoes, stuffed mushrooms etc. It is a good combination of the ingredients and is a very indulgent creamy/cheesy recipe.
This is a very versatile mix that can be used in many combinations and different dishes. I use this mix for a savoury pancake filling, pies, and wraps. It is a very easy recipe, the only effort is chopping the vegetables 🙂 Use your imagination and the possibilities are endless. I first had something... Continue Reading →
I created this recipe after having them from a take-away pizza place. My husband loves mushrooms and got them as a side order with the pizza. I tried to recreate it and worked out what the ingredients were. It has been a good side dish to serve with salad for a light lunch or accompanying... Continue Reading →
I grew up with this dish, it used to be a wonderful alternative to the normal potato curry. I remember getting a fresh loaf of bread from the bakery to go with this, a simple warming meal. You can adjust the spice to taste. Since last year I have been making a large batch of... Continue Reading →
I saw this recipe in a recipe book given recently to me that was written by a group of women in Kenya for charity. I decided to make the biscuits as they seemed very different and I would never have thought to mix the two main ingredients - passion fruit and ginger. I modified the... Continue Reading →
I came across this recipe from a supermarket magazine. It looked great and I always wanted to try and make dumplings. I adapted the recipe and changed the vegetables to what I would normally keep or vegetables I use for roasting during autumn/winter. If you do not want everything to be the same colour then... Continue Reading →
This flatbread is a staple food for all Indian's and is very similar to tortillas. They are usually served with cooked dahl (Lentil soup) or a vegetable curry and pieces of the chapatti are used to wrap around and pick up a bite of the curry. It is not only good to go with curries... Continue Reading →
One of my favourites for traditional Gujarati food, this is a simple recipe, but it is slightly different to the normal curries so it is good to make when you are having friends over. This is a curry where the vegetables are stuffed with a spicy mixture. Recently I have also added mushrooms to the... Continue Reading →