This is a family recipe I learnt from my Dad. In this recipe we do something a bit different (and lazy) with our potatoes: They are sliced instead of mashed. If you don’t believe it’s better then give it a try yourself and tell me your verdict.
Easy to make, but expensive to buy, salmon and pasta is a great treat after a long day. I had never cooked salmon before so I opted for pre-cooked smoked salmon from Tesco. This dish can be made in less than 10 minutes! Here is what you need:
Pasta (I used spaghetti)
Step 1: Add pasta to a pan of boiling water with some oil and salt. Stirring occasionally. Should take between 5 and 10 minutes depending on the pasta you use.
Step 2: Grate the cheese and chop up the salmon. Add the cheese and double cream to a pan at a low heat.
Step 3: Stir the cream and cheese until they have formed a smooth sauce, then add the salmon and some pepper.
Step 4: When everything is ready drain the pasta and put it all into a dish. Then dig in!
Quick and easy to make in under 10 minutes. Great when you’re in a rush, but still want a delicious meal.
Chocolate Mud Cake: This is a cake that I am famous for baking at home, however I am also famous for cocking it up. So when I decided to bake it for my university house mates as part of our fake Christmas Day I was a bit scared to say the least. Normally I use too much self-raising flour and the mixture ends up baking beautifully… all over the oven… and not necessarily inside the cake tin.
So for the sake of this recipe I halved the ingredients and didn’t use any bicarbonate of soda went to Asda to gather the ingredients my house mates and I did not already own. The recipe makes about 12 brownies – or one if you choose to eat it in one sitting.
Since discovering the price of mince I have not had spag bol at University and settled for quorn. However I feel like I lost the point a bit by using a meat substitute by adding my favorite ingredient… BACON!
This time i forked out £3 and bought some mince. I also divided the mince into two so I could make two lots of bolognese. So this is my make shift – no instructions- spag bol from sctrach.
I was unimpressed by Jamie Oliver’s carbonara, as I am with many other peoples versions. So here is my version. It is quick to make and so simple. In fact it really only has five ingredients.
I kicked off my cookbook with a yummy sweet recipe, so I decided to try savory this time. I like pasta, and I am very proud of my own (and incredibly simple) version of a carbonara. However, since I need to start trying new things I downloaded a Jamie Oliver app and found this recipe.
I came downstairs today to my mum asking if I would make banana muffins with the three old saggy bananas we had in the kitchen. Me being the perfect teenage daughter that I am I accepted thinking we would be making them together. Then she said… “Well actually i’m going to go and do some work, but I would like you to make some.”
So here I am thinking great… I have never made banana muffins before, and every time I bake anything it does tend to go disastrously wrong. But armed with a easy banana muffin recipe from the internet I have given it my best shot. What could go wrong right?