This is a Waldorf salad with two twists: firstly there is no celery – you could easily add it but personally I don’t like it; and the addition of lots of lovely fresh herbs. This recipe is inspired by one I found in the lovely Veggiestan cookbook – if you haven’t got a copy, get one! […]
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This recipe came about after my mum gave me a nice big bag of broadbeans from her garden. It works well if the beans are slightly floury so they can be mashed with the feta. A lovely light summery meal (even if eaten indoors while it rains and rains outside, sigh).
This stew is bursting with fresh tomato flavours. It’s ideal to make as soon as you get some herbs growing in the garden or on your window sill, but you needn’t wait for fresh broad beans – frozen do just as well! Be warned – these potato cakes are addictive!
One of things I learned from Spanish cooking is that the most delicious dishes often use only a few ingredients. Fresh Broad beans in season are traditionally cooked with jamon, so this is my veggie version of the dish. You can see in the background some tomatoes, cheese and bread – the dish is equally delicious when […]
I love spanish tortillas. You can make them with pretty much anything, and they are very hard to get wrong. This tortilla was made in celebration of the lovely fresh peas and broad beans I got at the farmers market, with some dill from the garden thrown in.