Wholewheat spaghetti aglio olio with roast vegetables & sausages

Ingredients Broccoli – 45p Cauliflower – £1 Sausages – £1.50 Wholewheat spaghetti 85p Splash olive oil – 15p Garlic – 10p Method Heat oven to 190C. Cut up broccoli & cauliflower.  Toss in olive oil, salt, pepper and any herbs or spices you may have which may be suitable.  Pour into 2 trays, with sausages … More Wholewheat spaghetti aglio olio with roast vegetables & sausages

Adventures with Kelp

My family never cooked much with kelp.  But I’ve started experimenting with it, even incorporating it into dishes I already make, and here are two I’ve tried which were very successful.  Stir-fried steamed aubergine with kelp This is a dish I’ve made and written about before, but in this version I added sliced kelp which … More Adventures with Kelp

“Pages”

I’ve updated the blog a little, and there are now two links at the top.  Restaurants and Start Here. They are both self explanatory on the pages itself, but if you are a long time reader, you may not notice them, so go read!! 😀

Lamb’s Liver with Ginger & Spring onion & Steam Chow-Chow on Rice

NO,  not chow chow the dog!! Chow chow the vegetable! Chow chow is possibly the cheapest non-european vegetable you can get from the chinese supermarket.  (Some months it is cheaper than courgette!!)  It is a squash and thus similar to courgette – but denser.  It is quite bland, and because of it’s density, it doesn’t … More Lamb’s Liver with Ginger & Spring onion & Steam Chow-Chow on Rice

Curry so easy

Curry isn’t difficult, and can be very cheap. Ingredients for this one was : ~600g chicken thighs (£1.50) 1 packet cheapest passata (or chopped tomatoes) (£0.40) 50g (any) curry powder (£0.40) 1 large / 2 small courgettes (£0.60) 1 aubergine (£0.70) 1 large baking potato (£0.15) Optional – Splash of milk/coconut milk/yogurt/whatever you have 2 … More Curry so easy