Spanakopita is a delicious Greek filo pastry parcel or pie stuffed with wild greens and feta cheese. These ones are formed into individual triangles with crisp crackly pastry on the outside and a chewy, salty, fresh tasting inside. The greens in this filling are mostly nettles and three cornered leeks.
An easy summer rustic tart that makes the most of ripe and juicy seasonal tomatoes. This tomato galette has a beautifully crisp and flaky pastry. It’s topped with a layer of basil pesto which is then covered in colourful cherry tomatoes. Delicious served either warm from the oven or cold next day.
We’re well into December now and I’m happy to say, the festive season is upon us. If you’re hosting, I have the most delicious mushroom & chestnut vegetarian sausage rolls to help your party go with a swing. Or if you’re invited out and need a dish to take along, these will do the job perfectly.
Beetroot is like marmite, you either love it or hate it. Are you a beetroot lover or hater? We’ve got one of each in our household. This easy roasted beetroot galette taken from the new edition of Higgidy: The Cookbook is a bit of a miracle. It was so delicious even beetroot hating CT liked it. Read on for the recipe, a review and an opportunity to win a copy of the book. Hang on, make that two.
Jacqueline Meldrum was one of the first food bloggers I got to know when I started blogging all those years ago, back in 2009. So I’m absolutely delighted to introduce you to her first book, Living on the Veg: A kid’s guide to life without meat – that’s assuming you haven’t come across it already of course. I’ve made one of the recipes from the book already, puff pizza pies and you can find it further down in the post. I’m also able to offer a copy of the book as a giveaway.
A simple but super tasty apple pie made with delicious flakey, buttery wholemeal spelt pastry. Granny’s apple pie doesn’t have to be made with a food processor, but as a bonus, there’s a review of one in this post.
This simple rustic French rhubarb galette tart is one of the delights of spring. There’s no need to line a tin and the filling is only partially covered by the delicious yet easy to make orange flavoured flaky pastry.
These giant chocolate macadamia nut cookies fall somewhere between a tart and a biscuit. They’re filled with luscious chocolate macadamia spread. Ideal for picnics, lunch boxes, dessert and afternoon tea.
Nutty wholemeal pastry baked with a secret layer of pesto, filled with goose egg and topped with English asparagus. These seasonal asparagus tarts are ideal spring picnic fare as they are portable and easy to pick up and eat with your hands. Why asparagoose tarts? Read on.
Whose up for a delicious savoury green vegetable galette? This quick rustic tart has a beautifully crisp and flaky pastry topped with a creamy spinach sauce, bell peppers, asparagus and peas. It’s a must try.