Tag Archives: Mexican

Chunky guacamole

The lime juice should prevent the avocado from discolouring but it is still better to eat it sooner rather than later if possible. Ingredients 2 ripe avocados 1 large or 2 small ripe tomatoes Handful of coriander Juice of one lime 1 red onion (finely chopped) 1 chilli Method Put the flesh of the avocados […]

Tomato Salsa

Use ripe tomatoes for this. Preferably ones that haven’t been in a fridge. Ingredients 4 ripe tomatoes 3 spring onions 1 handful of chopped coriander Juice of ½ lime 1 thinly sliced green chilli Salt and pepper Method Roughly chop the tomatoes and coriander. Thinly slice the onions and chilli and combine all the ingredients. […]

Cooking on a Real Fire in the Great Outdoors

There really is something quite mesmerising about a fire. Perhaps it is do with some deep seated primal instincts that conjure up a feeling of safety, a feeling that tonight, ‘we will eat and we will be warm’. Understandably, many campsites in the UK don’t allow bonfires, but there are a select few that do, […]

My Burrito

Burrito take-out joints have been on the rise since the early naughties. Tucked away in almost every side side street in the square mile is a burrito fast food cafe with a queue of city workers in suits snaking out the door. The restaurants come in various degrees of quality and authenticity. But these Mexican […]