Rizogalo, homemade rice pudding can be enjoyed hot or cold! This is a favourite sweet dessert in my family, especially my yiayia! This is nice for little ones too as it is soft and squishy! It is made with rice, mixed with water or milk and other ingredients such as cinnamon and raisins. Cinnamon and vanilla pods can be added to make it sweet. I used Arborio rice for this which is available in many supermarkets.View Post
Yummy lamb hotpot is the tasty meal of the week! It’s delicious and warm, using lamb mince, chili peppers and sweet potatoes, this will feed around four people. As I’m sure you know, lamb can be expensive, but by using lamb mince, this will save you the money and your meal will still have the flavours you love in a hot pot!
The Nags head Pub and Restaurant in Brentwood is one of many great pubs in Essex. The Nags Head is a perfect venue for all seasons, and offers signature dishes such as spit-roasted chicken with lemon & garlic confit, slow cooked pork belly with seared scallops, salmon supreme served with thyme-roasted butternut squash, and a home-made British beef burger.
I have been wanting to make some chocolate and cream choux puffs for a while now but was a little apprehensive about how they would turn out as I have never made them before. I kept the ingredients really simple for this recipe, and would highly recommend using the Just Free self raising flour from Lidl. I have been using this for many of my cakes and sweet treats for a while now and I have to say it is one of my favourite flours to use. The Just Free range is good, and I use the plain flour too.
I love finding gluten free gems around London, and Shoreditch is a great place to explore for gluten free. So here are my gluten free gems of Shoreditch! I spend nearly all of my weekends in London, and love discovering new places to eat out. I usually document all my findings on Instagram, but thought it would be a nice idea to start writing some blogposts about my gluten free findings, if there is anything interesting to write about that is!
Enjoying meals out with friends and family should be an enjoyable experience without stress or challenge. For many of us, eating out presents regular challenges and stresses, especially if we have coeliac disease, IBS, intolerances or food allergies
Cote Brasserie has locations all around the UK, and a few weeks ago, myself and some gluten free buddies enjoyed a lunch at St Katherine’s dock, near Tower Hill, London. I have been a number of times to the Cote Brasserie in Wimbledon, but didn’t realise then that they offered a gluten free menu.
We have all been there. That voice inside our head that screams ”it’s contaminated!” when your not so helpful friend accidentally puts your bread in the toaster without the toastie bags! Or your boyfriend uses the same knife to dunk into your favourite jam, and then spreads it on his (gasp) non gluten free bread. So many gluten lurking opportunities, it’s an absolute nightmare trying to keep on top of the cross contamination!
Greek Pitta breads are not only easy peasy to make, but they can be a great on the go snack, or for lunch or dinner! They are filling too, and you can have lots of fun creating new and exciting fillings! I used the Genius pitta bread with chicken, peppers, greek yoghurt, fried halloumi and salad!