Caramelised red onion and goats cheese tart

Easy caramelised red onion and goats cheese tarts

Thes caramelised red onion and goats cheese tarts have just six ingredients and take very little culinary skill to make – meaning they’re perfect for a dinner party starter or as part of a weeknight meal. I threw them together for a Sunday lunch starter and they were light enough that we all had room for a full roast AND pumpkin pie afterwards. If I were to do it again, … Continue reading Easy caramelised red onion and goats cheese tarts

Spring vegetable orzo

This is one of my new favourite recipes! It’s so fresh and delicious, and it’s really healthy – perfect for spring! It’s a little bit like risotto but it’s got a slightly different texture, and it’s really filling so you don’t need a huge portion. It’s best when topped with lots of parmesan (or a vegetarian alternative) and served with a large glass of white … Continue reading Spring vegetable orzo

Beetroot Hummous

Guest post from the amazing Clare of the Little Bear Cakery! I have an amazing local greengrocer. There’s nothing I love more on a Saturday morning than browsing the shelves of delicious fresh produce. Every time I go I seem to find something new and this week’s discovery was individual fresh beetroot that they have ready-cooked for you. It seemed like the perfect ingredient for … Continue reading Beetroot Hummous

Curried lentil soup

Curried lentil – or mulligatawny – soup is my favourite soup ever. I make a huge vat of soup every Sunday night to eat throughout the week and this one is just the best. It’s rich, spicy, and super filling, especially if you serve it with rice, which is traditional. Mulligatawny is usually a chicken soup, but the version on this recipe is vegetarian. It’s … Continue reading Curried lentil soup

Butternut squash and ginger soup

Soup season is upon us! I’m a big fan of using butternut squash – it makes a wonderfully smooth soup. Butternut squash and ginger soup is a lovely warming soup and it’s beautifully vibrant. For 8-10 servings, you need: 2 butternut squashes a large onion at least a litre and a half of vegetable stock 1 inch cube of fresh ginger 4 cloves of garlic Preheat … Continue reading Butternut squash and ginger soup

Mexican Seven Layer Dip

This is ABSOLUTELY the perfect dip to make for dinner parties! It’s seven layers of refried beans, sour cream, guacamole, tomatoes, olives, cheese, and onions. It’s AMAZING. It’s best with corn chips because you can use them to scoop up a bit of each layer. Oh god, I’m getting hungry just thinking about it.  You need: Refried bean layer 1 large can of refried beans … Continue reading Mexican Seven Layer Dip


I’ve been trying to perfect homemade houmous (or hummus – whatever your spelling preference) for AGES and every time I’ve made it it’s been really bitter. It’s been driving me crazy as every time I’ve followed a recipe and it’s always turned into a big old mess. There’s nothing more frustrating than wasting time and ingredients when you just can’t understand what’s caused something to … Continue reading Houmous