This gluten-free Vegetarian Meatloaf is just incredibly delicious. It have wonderful flavours and textures and slices beautifully. Serve with veggies and gravy or pan fry the leftovers and serve with a salad.
Dragon Bowls are a wonderful treasure trove of diverse ingredients. Whatever ingredients you choose to go into your bowl they all get served with the amazing sauce.
I could eat this dish every day. It’s spicy, salty and sweet so hits all the right notes. It’s a brilliant mid-week meal that lifts your spirits.
Chinese cabbage has two beautiful textures that are delicious in this easy stir-fry dish. The sauce is one of my favourites for stir-fries.
So many people over-cook cabbage and ruin it. This beautiful family of iron-packed leaves is so easy to cook with just a little prep, a dash of water and a sprinkle of salt.
This delicious lunch is a great way to use up odd sizes of tomatoes. Incredibly easy to assemble, the tomatoes roast slowly to release deep sweet and savory flavours.
Golden Soup is a beautiful blend of butternut squash and carrots and I always make it for Bonfire Night. It’s a delicious sweet and savoury soup.
Padron Peppers are one of my favourite snacks to eat with a beer. These salty, sometimes fiery peppers are ready in minutes and transport me back to the first time I ate them in Barcelona.
Feta roasted with tomatoes, cannellini beans and figs is a simply beautiful autumn dish. I plonk the whole dish in the middle of the table then spread the soft, sweet and salty flavours onto warm bread and crackers.
Cauliflower Cheese is a stalwart of comfort food. You can serve it with Sunday dinner, gammon steaks or salmon fillets and I’ve been known to eat the leftovers cold straight from the fridge.