Having this in your kitchen will not literally change your life… but it will be quite close because you’ll want to add it to almost everything!Continue reading “Dukkah”
We tried the Clipstone‘s Sunday Arrosto, and they included a card thanking us (you’re welcome!) and also suggesting we could use the chicken bones for a stock. Why, of course! You don’t need to say that twice.
I immediately placed the bones and a few vegetables into my pressure cooker and had it extracting all the flavour that could be left for an hour. But then I was not quite sure what to do with the veggies because they had become a bit too mushy (specially the leeks).
Then I saw Miriam’s recipe and I was like A-HA!Continue reading “Lentil patties”
Who says you can only use “Indian” spices for Indian food? Definitely not me!
I unleashed my full creativity on the kitchen and I ended up with an omelette, mushrooms and salad.Continue reading “An improvised Indo-Spanish dinner”
In which I investigate how to ramp up the heat in my traditionally not-spicy-at-all chilli con carne, and also dare to add some chocolate to it. A very successful experiment!Continue reading “Chilli con carne estilo mole”
Or, another of Ottolenghi’s salads! (although I diverged from the recipe in his book). Continue reading “Radish and beans salad”