Tag Archives: Potato

Kerala Sambar

Food from Kerala has a strong curry leaf flavour. This dish is also quite spicy but if you don’t like your food too hot, don’t use as much chilli. This is lovely served with lemon rice and mushroom thoran. It is meant to be quite watery and stew-like. So if your dish is getting a […]

Wine soaked mushrooms and carrots with rosemary potato rösti and mustard halloumi

This is hearty, warming meal. Perfect for Autumnal evenings or Sunday lunch. Ingredients (serves 2) 2 large baking potatoes Handful of fresh rosemary 200g mushrooms (quartered) 150g carrots (I used baby carrots which didn’t need chopping. If using large carrots – cut into one inch chunks) 1tsp mustard seeds 1tsp coriander seeds (crushed) Small glass […]

Vegetarian Taiedda

This is a vegetarian version of dish which originates from Puglia in Italy. The traditional dish includes mussels, but I have exchanged mussels for capers. It is so, so easy to make. Just ten minutes of chopping and arranging, and then pop it in the oven for 40 minutes to bake. It has both potatoes […]

Goats cheese coquettes with truffled honey

These coquettes and honey make a fantastic starter or swanky canapés for a party. It does feel like quite a fancy plate of nibbles, but the goats cheese, honey and truffle flavours really complement each other and are incredibly moreish. Some truffle companies sell truffled honey, but you can easily make it yourself by combing […]

Shepherdless Pie

This vegetarian version of shepherds pie an old favourite of mine. It is hearty and comforting. It freezes really well so I often double the ingredients and keep a pie in the freezer for those lazy days when I can’t be bothered to cook. Ingredients (serves 4) 200g brown lentils 400g can of black beans […]