Vegan Waldorf Grape Salad
A vegan recipe for waldorf salad using a plant-based yogurtComments 0
Green ( French) Beans with Garlic and Red Onions
Simple Green ( French) Bean salad with garlic and Lemon
Although tagines hail from the warm climate of Morocco, I find them perfect for the winter time, with their deep flavours and comforting aromas. Vegetable tagines are also really easy to cook, as there is very little hands on time, when you prepare them in the oven in a lidded dish. And fluffy couscous is also the quickest carb to prepare, ever! This...
Warm Sicilian Cauliflower Salad
Sicilian Cauliflower Salad Happy New Year! With a new baby in the household, we didn’t stay up for the bells last night. However we were beautifully rewarded with plenty of energy this morning, as we awoke to perfect blue skies and winter sunshine. I don’t feel like I sinned very much over the festive period, hardly a drop to drink, and only a few...
Amerikanske Blåbærpandekager med Kærnemælk og Blåbærsirup
Amerikanske Blåbærpandekager med Kærnemælk og Blåbærsirup til Urtekram For this recipe in English, go here! Når min mand skal forkæle mig, så laver han gerne en portion Amerikanske Pandekager. Det kan han fordi de er meget nemme at lave, og fordi jeg har lært ham hvordan! Vi guffer gerne en portion om søndagen, hvor vi serverer dem med smør og ahornsirup. Men jeg har...
Rhubarb Jam for Urtekram
I have just started to blog for Danish health food producers Urtekram. They make high quality organic food and beauty products, which are for sale in Denmark as well as here in the UK. If you can read danish (!) then I’ll be blogging from here a couple of times a month. I’ll be highlighting some of their fantastic products in my recipes, which I’m...
Homemade Red Onion Marmalade
As a vegetarian, I eat a very varied diet. Not only is that a good thing, ensuring I get all the nutrients needed, but it also makes me happy. I couldn’t eat the same thing every day. But having a few preserves on hand to brighten up a sandwich, pop into a tart recipe, or add to other dishes, really does make a lot of...
Orange and Almond Cake
Wherever you call home, you don’t have to stick to the traditional Christmas pudding or desserts, you can branch out! How about bringing a little Spanish flair to your Christmas table this year with my vibrant Orange and Almond Cake. Its delightful sticky and syrupy texture means a little goes a long way…but you will return for more, I can guarantee it! Making...
Beer and Honey Roasted Winter Carrots
As we are getting closer to Christmas, I thought I would share another great recipe for you to adorn your winter table with i.e.. Roasted carrots done in beer and honey! The carrots go really tender using this roasting method. And the sweetness of the root vegetable is really enhanced. They are buttery, slightly beery and very delicious! We still have carrots in the...
Chocolate Winter Berry Pavlova
Over the last few months I have put Camera & Clementine on the back burner, but it has not been out of sight out of mind. I have been extra busy with weddings during late autumn and early winter. Plus I have had a load of recipe deadlines to finish before Christmas for Kitchen Garden Magazine and Amateur Magazine. They are now almost completed,...