Daim Bar Chocolate and Banana Loaf (serves 8)
I cannot believe how easy this is to make and it tasted sooo good. I've used a curry paste available from the supermarket to cut down the need for loads of different spices, don't be afraid to take a shortcut here and there if it gets you back cooking in the kitchen.
You guys have been on my case to post this recipe ever since I popped the picture up on my Instagram. So here it is, a twist on a family favourite that you definitely will go back to again and again.
The summer holidays are nearly over so we used our time to go on a blackberry hunt, if you want to see our vlog about it then check out my daughter Indie's Youtube channel ‘Epic Indie' https://youtu.be/uOBYbVUF9J4
I love this rich tasting Thai curry, perfectly balanced, hot, sweet, salty and sour. This is the key to all Asian cookery. Before serving stir through some fresh coriander before enjoying with a side of rice.
Everyone loves a spag bol right? This is a meal I grew up eating and it's still one of my favourites, I always enjoy mine with a good helping of garlic bread on the side. Enjoy.
This is my pimped-up version of the classic macaroni cheese. I've used the underrated brown crab meat in this recipe but if you want to stir the white meat through alongside or instead of that's just fine, a good tin of crabmeat is fine too if you cannot find fresh. You can also leave out completely (this is amazing just as mac and cheese) Sounds like I'm giving loads of options but that's wh
Campfire Foil Roasted Mocha Banana Split (Serves 4)
Mocha Chocolate Sauce:
Small tub of ice cream for serving
Next time you are in the supermarket check out the Caribbean section, you can pick up some great ingredients like jerk paste and all sorts of spices. Use them to make this beautiful potato and pepper curry, add some chicken or lamb if you want a meat version.
Nothing screams summer to me more than BBQ chicken wings, then you bring into the mix a fiery Caribbean jerk marinade then I’m in heaven. Serve with a beautiful pineapple salsa to calm the heat. Enjoy.
This is a British classic I'm sure we all have eaten at one time or another, but I am betting you cannot remember how good this can be.
You cannot beat a good roast and this slow cooked wonder is a favourite in my family. Pop into the oven and let those low temperatures work their magic.
I made a batch of these brownies over the weekend to help raise a few quid for a local charity fundraiser. They didn't last long and the response was amazing so I thought I would share the recipe with you guys.
I know the summer is coming but one pot wonders are not exclusive to the chilly winter months. This dish was inspired by some amazing sweet paprika I picked up at a farmer's market in Prague, its subtle spice works perfectly in this cheap flavour packed family meal.