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Nigella’s Poached Salmon, Avocado, Watercress And Pumpkin Seed Salad

Have you ever tried poached salmon in your salad? It’s actually a lot easier than you think, especially if you follow this recipe by Nigella Lawson. As you know, I love simple recipes that are packed with flavour and this idea is no exception. The salmon is placed in a pan, along with spring onions and peppercorns. […]

Nigella’s Fusilli Pasta With Easy To Make Sicilian Pesto

In this video, Nigella cooks up an easy to make pasta dish with an ‘all you have to do is blend‘ pesto. The pasta looks just like springy telephone cables, which I’m sure kids would love. The pesto itself needs a few ingredients but as no cooking is required, it’s fairly quick and easy to make. You’ve […]

Lamb Cutlets With Chilli And Black Olives

In the last week we experienced a solar eclipse (were you lucky enough to see it?) and it was the official start of Spring. Easter is around the corner along with the clocks going forward which will make the evenings lighter for longer and hopefully the weather will start to get better too. So why […]

For Grown Up’s Only: Nigella’s Gin And Tonic Jelly

A little while ago, Lucy covered a great recipe for #FoodBloggerFriday, Gin and Tonic Cake from Pudding Lane. Well it seems that Gin could become a culinary ingredient, if it’s not already… Nigella Lawson recently posted to Facebook a recipe for Gin and Tonic Jelly. Is this proof that Gin is getting more popular in […]

Nutty Fudge Day

Apparently today is Nutty Fudge Day – don’t ask me why it is today in particular but having discovered this I think a fudge recipe is in order, don’t you?! Here’s a little history behind fudge….. Between the crunchy nuts and chocolatey smooth fudge flavour, it’s hard to resist nutty fudge! Fudge was accidentally invented in […]

Nigella Lawson: Curry in a Hurry

Nigella Lawson has been having her fair share of media coverage lately and sadly not for her cooking. However, let’s see her at her best with this recipe for curry in a hurry – green chicken curry. She promises to make this dish go from stove to stomach in just 20 minutes…sounds good to me! I’ve […]

Red prawn and mango curry

You can’t beat a good curry in my opinion but what if you fancy a curry that isn’t too heavy? This recipe for red prawn and mango curry is from Nigella Lawson and looks delicious. Served with rice or simply with Naan or flat bread this sweet and savoury curry is perfect for the warmer weather. […]

Chocolate Week: Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge Sundae

Well hello everyone, welcome to Chocolate Week! We will bring you all sorts of recipes and ideas on how best to put this wonderful ingredient to good use. Obviously those who know me best will realise this is an ingredient which I could quite easily graze on until the end of time….but let’s begin our week with Nigella Lawson’s […]

Italian Week: Nigella Lawson’s Meatzza

Today’s Italian recipe is a Meatzza from Nigella Lawson’s new series called Nigellissima and is a doughless meat pizza. She keeps this recipe simple but you could of course try a variety of different toppings to suit you and your guests. Easy to prepare and fairly quick to cook this would make a great dinner and is sure to […]

Soup Week: Pea & Pesto Soup

I think soup is great to make in batches and put in the freezer. It makes a quick lunch or snack and is a great way of using really fresh ingredients. This week we are going to feature six different soup recipes. The first of the week is a Nigella Lawson recipe for pea and pesto […]