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Fried Bread Dipped in Egg

January 10, 2013

I’ve been away from my cooker for a while, hosting a show down in London. Anyway, here’s a classic bit of nosh for those of us on the hop. Take one egg and crack it into a bowl. Add a pinch of nutmeg, a smidgen of cinnamon and a dash of low fat milk. I […]

Curried Butterfly Prawns

January 5, 2013

Prawns often get a bad press when it comes to healthy eating, especially when it comes to the old cholesterol levels. So, I thought I’d try and cancel out some of the bad stuff with some cholesterol busting onions and leeks. Prawns are too scrumptious to ignore so, here we go… Heat smidgen of olive […]

Salmon with Toasted Avocado and Sesame

January 4, 2013

I love Scottish salmon when it melts like butter in your mouth. I especially love it with a little spice and some soya sauce. In this recipe, I’m going to add some sautéed leeks and peppers along with a complete experiment; some avocado, which I always find too slimy and tasteless in salads. The avocado, […]

Roasted Potatoes with Spring Onions

January 3, 2013

Potatoes always seem to get a bad press in diets, but I’m afraid I refuse to miss them out altogether. If cooked with healthy ingredients they can still form part great meal. So… Take some medium sized Maris Piper potatoes, peel, half and boil in salted water for fifteen minutes. Have about six tbsps of […]

Chilli Chicken and Red Pepper Soup

January 2, 2013

I love Chinese soup and have used this recipe for some time now, especially when the weather is rubbish. I use crushed chilli flakes, so you can add these in at the end or not, depending on taste. Again, I like to cook something that you can chuck together in about 5 minutes, so… Take […]

Celery and Red Onion Soup

January 1, 2013

Today, New Year’s Day, I’m going to fight that fatigue with a energy-packed superfood: celery. A late night means I always start to drop off around tea time, so here we go… You’ll need 6 stalks of celery One big red onion Half a pint of stock Black Pepper. A dash of olive oil. That’s […]