These Oat Crumblies were created one morning when I was making a packed lunch to take into work later in the day and I realised that we were out of biscuits. I always have the ingredients to make basic biscuits in the house, so it wasn’t difficult to grab what I needed to make the Oat Crumblies. Continue reading
This Three Cheese Broccoli Bake was created one day when my partner really fancied cauliflower cheese for dinner and I had to compromise with her to create a variant which would prevent me from producing as much wind as a North Sea wind farm. I really envy people who can tolerate cauliflower, but I simply can’t. I’ve tried reintroducing it numerous times, but every time it results in gale force winds being created in my house, so I just don’t even try anymore. Too much info? 😉 Continue reading
Ratatouille is an excellent side dish to serve with main meals, particularly if they’re Italian based. However, this ratatouille is substantial enough that if you’re vegetarian or vegan it’s enough to have as a main meal on its own.
Last year I shared a recipe for a simple tomato and basil salad which celebrated the summer bounty of fresh ripe tomatoes, but this year I’d like to go a step further and put forth the case for using them to make caprese bruschetta. Bruschetta is a traditional Italian antipasto (starter) dish which can be traced back to ancient Rome! It is normally made from toasted bread which is rubbed with garlic and salt and is then drizzled with olive oil before being topped with vegetables, meat and cheese.