I have been trying to replicate my favourite indian takeaway version of this recipe for a while, and most of the recipes I come across have cream and a lot of garlic. I was surprised that the recipe in Madhur Jaffrey’s World Vegetarian tome used neither, and although I didn’t follow the recipe very closely the [...]
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The idea for this recipe and the dressing comes from Denis Cotter’s ‘For The Love of Food’ book. His main ingredients for salad are borlotti beans, pumpkin and brussle sprout tops, so you could try these for a winter salad. The maple-sesame dressing is a real winner – sweet, nutty, spicy and filling. As it [...]
I bought a couple of little Denby pots with lids at a car boot sale and have been thinking of a good recipe to make in them! This is the result, and an ideal way of making the most of the lovely spinach available at the moment from the garden or market. The moreish combination of [...]
This is a quick and hearty recipe ideal as the weather gets colder. Make your own homemade gnocchi if you have the time, or buy a few packs of chilled gnocchi from the supermarket!
By August the new batch of squashes that will see us through the autumn are appearing in the markets (and perhaps in your garden if you have space to grow them). This recipe is very easy, and the dish is a visually pleasing thing to serve up to friends, perhaps with some green beans, mushrooms [...]
This time of year it is a race to use my spinach from the garden up – the more I cut it, the more it grows! This lasagne recipe uses a few cheats so that it only takes about half and hour to put together, and half an hour to cook. As there is no [...]
This is a super-simple recipe that you can have in reserve for those evenings when you’ve nothing fresh in the fridge, and you can’t be bothered to spend more than 15 minutes on dinner. The sweet potatoes will store for weeks, and you can have a roll or two of goats cheese and a pack [...]