This is another great recipe for using up lots of leftover veggies in the fridge and it's super versatile - it can be eaten hot, warm or cold; as a light meal, afternoon snack and/or lunchbox filler. I love serving this as an easy Saturday lunch with homemade creamy tzatziki and a classic rocket, pear and parmesan salad.
This is an easy, but impressive looking cake. It requires no machinery - it's all mixed by hand and it uses up any overripe fruit you have hanging about in the fridge. I used a combination of peaches, nectarines and plums; but this cake would work just as well with chopped apple and/or pear.
This Spanish-style omelette (or tortilla) is delicious eaten hot, at room temp or cold. It's also a fab way to pimp up your grazing boards when entertaining - just cut up in cubes and enjoy with a lovely glass of Rioja. Yum!
This easy butter cake is soft and moist and full of sweet, buttery and vanilla-ry goodness. It's a huge hit with both kiddies and adults.... And the best part? No fussy steps - just all the ingredients in one bowl and whipped on high speed for a few minutes. My kind of baking!
After making these delicious little morsels once, I made a point of writing down exactly what I did because they were so bloody scrumptious! Light and moist and fluffy - a nice twist on traditional falafel.
I always keep a stash of homemade chicken nuggets in the freezer for those times when I just can't bear the thought of battling fussy kidlets at dinnertime. These nuggets are delicious and have the added bonus that you know exactly what is in them.