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

Pesto and goats cheese roasted vegetables

Pesto and goats cheese roasted veggies

This is a twist on one of my favourite go-to dishes. It’s ridiculously yummy, easy AND healthy, so it’s perfect to make after work.  Goats cheese and pesto go together wonderfully and make this dish wonderfully rich, without sacrificing the healthy side! I don’t always use the exact veggies below – it’s a case of whatever you’ve got in the fridge and whatever you fancy … Continue reading Pesto and goats cheese roasted veggies

Beer Braised Onion and Goats Cheese Tart

I don’t like beer in real life, I’m not one of those girls who can hang out with the ‘lads’ and down a pint. However, it changes into something magical in food, especially in beer batter (mmmmmmm). So when I went to the pub the other day and saw a beer braised onion and goats cheese tart I went straight for it, not even reading the … Continue reading Beer Braised Onion and Goats Cheese Tart

Leek and Goats Cheese Frittata – One Egg Wonder

I love love love Frittata – tas!!!  This recipe is very quick and easy, packed full of flavour and perfect for a midweek simple supper or on the go lunch. This Frittata, as with any, can be served straight from the grill or allowed to rest slightly before enjoying. The fact that it’s made with just One Egg is a billy bonus. Ingredients 2 leeks  – halved lengthways … Continue reading Leek and Goats Cheese Frittata – One Egg Wonder

Roast Sweet Potato Goats Cheese and Spinach Pie

I can’t think of any food that is quite as comforting as pie, especially as it’s usually accompanied by mounds of mashed potato and thick gravy. The recipe is based on the delicious Heidi pie by Pieminister and it is definitely a labour of love, especially if you make your pastry from scratch, but it is so worth it! This is perfect for eating in … Continue reading Roast Sweet Potato Goats Cheese and Spinach Pie

Six cheeses to try this week!

According to Stylist, the cheese and wine party is making a comeback! We’re all for any evening where mass amounts of cheese are consumed. In fact, we love cheese so much that we’ve hunted down some of the best cheeses on the market to help make your next party a bree-zy (sorry) affair. Enjoy!  Mull of Kintyre Cheddar Mull of Kintyre‘s Scottish cheddar is absolutely … Continue reading Six cheeses to try this week!

Me & Hugh: Aubergine Parmigiana

Serves 3 2 large aubergines 2 balls buffalo mozzarella 35g parmesan or goat’s cheese 2 tbs oil 2 onions 3 garlic cloves 2 tins of plum tomatoes 1 bay leaf Before last week, my aubergine knowledge began and ended at Dulux’s garish ‘soft aubergine’ which, the shop assistant at B&Q kindly informed me in 2007, was ‘warm and yet modern’. Now, I don’t know whether … Continue reading Me & Hugh: Aubergine Parmigiana

Veggelicious!

Goats Cheese on Rocket & Roasted Vegetables

This is a recipe I threw together while on holiday in France – partly because I felt I needed vitamins (after 3 days of croissant scoffing and macaron eating) and mostly because goats cheese is super cheap over there. It goes brilliantly with wine (ha, what doesn’t!) and is very popular at dinner parties! Serves 4-6 (though obviously this is a hugely flexible recipe!) sunflower … Continue reading Goats Cheese on Rocket & Roasted Vegetables

Goats cheese and onion tart

Goats Cheese & Caramelised Onion Tarts

Makes approx 8 tarts You will need: Puff pastry (one packet of shop bought is what I use) One large onion, chopped finely Soft goats cheese Salt and pepper to season Olive oil Thyme  Preheat oven to 180C or gas mark 5. Put chopped onion, olive oil, and salt and pepper into a pan on a medium to high heat for 1 minute. Turn the … Continue reading Goats Cheese & Caramelised Onion Tarts