Enchiladas… is there a better word? Honestly, I am not sure. Enchiladas were one of the first things I used to cook when I moved out of home, and they felt so ~gourmet~ back then. Upon reflection they were just chicken, cheese, salsa and tortillas with a metric tonne of sour cream. Fast forward 7 years and the enchiladas around my traps are a more delicious, much healthier version but still evoke a sense of nostalgia.
This rich pasta recipe is full of little delicious lentils which is timely as 2016 has been deemed ‘the year of the pulse’ for many good reasons.
All I seem to crave in Winter is pasta.. and yes I realised this post is straight after a review of an Italian restaurant but come on.. pasta <3 Over the past few weeks pasta and I have had quite some fun times, however I needed to lay off the cheesey bechamel sauces and pasta bakes …
I was such an adult this weekend. I did lots of grown up activities and topped it off with a vegetarian take on a classic at home.
For a long time, I couldn’t cook a simple pasta dish. I was hooked on trying to cram in as many veggies as possible into each meal. I was nutrient obsessed. This pasta changed everything.
Recently, one of Jackson’s friends gave me a squash from his garden – not just any squash mind you, it was freakin’ huge. I decided to grate that bad boy up and make a summer lasagne!
A how-to post on making wholemeal gnocchi at home. Those little potato dumplings have been tried, tested and perfected by yours truly for your own gnocchi eating pleasure!
Garlic and Kale Gnocchi bake – one of my favourite recipes EVER. Its pretty amazing for how easy it is. Plus, gnocchi. Enough said!
Lentil Bolognese – delicious, CHEAP and my new favourite meal.
Fresh Fettuccine with pesto and all the trimmings – cheap, healthy and fresh.
Making pasta at home with Jamie Oliver and a moreish ricotta sauce
Baked Primavera Risotto w/ roast tomato and asparagus – perfect for Spring!