s Clapshot Sips are little shots of soup based on the Scottish Clapshot mixture of mashed potatoes and turnips that is traditionally served with haggis. As it is Burns Night tomorrow I thought this was the perfect little recipe to celebrate the birth of the Bard or if you are having a Scottish themed party.
These pork kebabs with ginger and lime satay sauce are a bright and colourful tasty dish to whip up any day of the week to brighten up a chilly winter evening when you want to imagine there is a bit of sunshine and warmth somewhere.
This baked artichoke dip is super easy and fast to make and makes a nice change to the usual assortment of dips to offer your guests with their drinks and nibbles when you are entertaining. As it served warm it is perfet for chilly evenings with just chunks of fresh bread to dip into it.
Fig and feta salad is super easy to make and tastes wonderful with all those lovely flavours and textures coming together on one plate of glorious Greek sunshine no matter where you are or what the weather is like.
Courgetti Putanesca is the super healthy way to eat lots of veggies in a meal that looks like you’re eating traditional pasta putanesca but with a fraction of the calories and carbs. It is a win, win situation and tastes amazing.
If you are still hanging on to the last vestiges of summer then this pineapple salsa will be just the thing for any BBQ you might be planning or just as an accompaniment for cheese, cold meats, sausages or chicken.
Seared Salmon with Minted Greens is one of my favourite recipes for a light supper with girlfriends round. Add a glass or two (who are we kidding here!) of ice cold white wine and you have the makings of a great evening.
Yes I still have blackcurrants to use up so here is my recipe for Blackcurrant Salsa which makes a nice change from the usual tomato salsa and goes great with a BBQ or just with crisps, crackers and a good drink!