A hearty classic, delicious fresh flavours and double carbs, what else could you need?
A wee Irish Twist on the Italian classic.
This is my recipe for Thai Sticky Rice with Mango or Khao Neow Mamuang as it is known in Thailand. This is a classic Thai dessert, I’ve spoken to people who claim the main reason they go to Thailand is to feast on this recipe every single day of their holiday. Continue reading
These muffins are refined sugar-free as the sweetness comes from the apple sauce, a ripe mashed banana and some maple syrup. With the raisins added in you could almost count these as one of your five-a-day.
This will keep for months in an airtight container.
Full of all the yummy aromas of South East Asia this dish is delicious as a starter and looks extremely colourful as a canape too. For a starter you can either plate it up, three little lettuce ‘boats’ on a plate with some sprigs of fresh herbs and maybe some pickled radishes looks very pretty, or alternatively for a more casual, family-style meal serve all the elements in separate bowls and your guests can make their own. It’s gluten free and best of all, once you have the ingredients you can whip it up in about 15 minutes. Continue reading
Fresh herbs are big part of Mexican cuisine. In Mexico this soup is made with hierba santa, which is part of the pepper family (piperaceae) and has a spicy, aniseedy flavour. I’ve used fennel as it is more readily available in Ireland and added wild garlic, because it’s wild garlic season and it’s grassy pungency is perfect in this soup! Continue reading