Overall, Panna Cotta must be one of the best desserts to experiment with! It is a very easy dish to prepare (although it doesn’t look it) and you can make it ahead of time, which is fantastic when you have guests to deal with. It also has a great shelf life – some sources mentioned 10 days, although that sounds a bit optimistic! 😉 It is just so versatile! Once you have found a good base recipe, you can customise it to your taste, either by adding: fruits (passion fruit, strawberry…), flowers (rose, lavender, chamomile…), herbs (basil, rosemary…) or spices (cardamom, cinnamon, star anis…); steep the cream with tea bags (matcha, earl grey…) or exchange the milk with yoghurt, buttermilk or even soft goat cheese – the possibilities are endless!!!Continue reading “Rose Buttermilk Panna Cotta & Drunken Rhubarb”
Welcome Spring with this beautiful Risotto. It is comforting, satisfying and bursting with flavour. It has the perfect level of creaminess and feels even more indulgent thanks to the burrata. The pesto adds that extra bit of flavour and the rocket some freshness. To sum up, this could become one of your staple dishes as it will leave you wanting more – I’m drooling just looking at the pictures!!!
Risotto is normally served as a starter, although here it takes centre stage as a vegetarian main course – it is just too gorgeous not to! Serve it to impress your guests or just for a cosy tête-à-tête at home – it is perfect for every situation!Continue reading “Roasted Red Pepper Risotto with Burrata & Pesto”
Who doesn’t love a good quiche? It is the ultimate comfort food; you can eat it anytime; hot or cold; it is totally versatile…the perfect allrounder! Some of you might be in awe of preparing a Quiche…trust me so was I! But Quiches are actually a super simple dish to make. Get a puff pastry, make a custard with some eggs and milk and chuck in any vegetables, fish, meat etc that you fancy. Sounds almost like making a pizza, just with way more filling! 😉Continue reading “Garlicky Squash, Kale & Blue Cheese Quiche”