Salmon is a powerhouse of post-natal nutrition. It’s loaded with nutrients that protect and improve brain function. Oh, and this dish has crispy salmon skin and slurpy noodles so it’s amazing!
Slowly cooking a shoulder of lamb with some classic Greek flavours is incredibly easy. The fork-soft lamb is wonderful in wraps and tacos or serve it alongside minted potatoes and pour over the amazing roasting juices.
You can’t rush risotto but it’s worth the wait. I make this recipe at the weekends when I can take my time and make the best of the early produce from the garden. It’s as tasty as it is beautiful.
This is my go-to marinade for BBQ chicken. It’s sweet, tangy and smoky. The kids love pouring all the ingredients into a bowl then whisking it together.
With just a simple rub and my top BBQ tips you can bring this spectacular rump steak to the table for sharing.
A perfectly cooked pork chop and a bright, fresh salad is a perfect Friday night meal for me. This recipe includes my top 3 tips for getting perfect chops.
These tasty puff pastry swirls are ideal for bringing some variety to your picnic. You can make them the night before or in the morning before you head out into the sunshine. There’s very little work to do and spreading the sauces is just fun.
My love-affair with salmon continues with this ode to Canada and its majestic fish. Baked Maple Salmon is as beautiful as it is delicious and very simple to cook.
This hearty salad is so good we eat it once a week during asparagus season. I love chorizo but you can use whichever sausage you like.
This Ultimate Mushroom Sauce is fantastic poured over steak, stirred into pasta, served with chicken breasts or in a pie. One sauce that does somuch.