Leek fritters

 

Yotam Ottolenghi’s “Plenty” contains a wealth of vegetarian recipes and is a fantastic resource not only for vegetarians but for those wanting to include more veggies in their diets. Stuffed inside my copy of the book is a piece of paper on which I’ve scrawled the names of the recipes I want to try out first… needless to say the list is rather long! These delicious leek fritters are from the “Funny Onions” chapter.

 

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Fruity caramel puddings

 

Earlier this week on the Expresso Show Culinary Hotline we were chatting all about winter puddings (one of my favourite topics!) and it reminded me of this delicious recipe which I put together a few months ago. Saucy winter puddings are my favourite and today’s recipe definitely falls into that category!

 

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Easy dukkah

 

There is something so enticing about this particular blend of nuts, seeds and spices that makes me want to sprinkle Egyptian dukkah on just about everything! Dukkah is one of those things that I just have to have in my pantry, and because it’s so quick and easy to put together there really is no excuse not to make it myself.

 

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Chocolate and cranberry cereal bars

 

Today’s no bake chocolate treat is one that kiddies and grown ups alike will love! And I’ve realised that one can never have enough snack ideas in one’s recipe collection when little (and big) tummies need some sustenance in between meals.

 

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Self saucing chocolate whiskey pudding

 

I could think of few better desserts to whip up as I sit here on this chilly day wearing four layers and my thickest socks! When the temperature drops and the rain clouds roll in you’ll want to head to the kitchen and whip up this self saucing chocolate whiskey pud – trust me on this one!

 

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Chicken tortilla pinwheels (with video)

 

Roll on school holidays! We’re nearly there but with another two weeks or so to go (not that I’m counting) I wanted to share this tasty and nutritious lunch box filler. These chicken and sweetcorn tortilla pinwheels can be made ahead of time and make a great alternative to the usual sarmies.

 

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