The part of this dish I loved the most was the lemon and coriander couscous. It complements the saltiness of the bacon bite mixture so well (and I just love citrus flavours).
How did it take me until now to realise how easy it is to make my own, diary-free custard creams. An absolute favourite as a child, I’m so happy to have these back in my life. I’ve got a batch made to eat, and dough frozen on standby to top up.
I make scones most days. If there’s not some in the cake stand in the kitchen, be sure that I’ll be replenishing soon. It’s one of those recipes I know from memory. I’d like to try it with a different butter and see if there’s any difference, but so far they are a solid 9/10.
These are filled with green lentils, beluga lentils, mushrooms, onions and loads of spices.
This is the one. THE.ONE. It takes about an hour, but, you could make a batch of the sauce and freeze it. My favourite part is actually the tofu and sweet potato pieces. Dunked in an oat milk and flour mixture before being coated in a spiced panko crumb mix…
I think we’ve cracked it. I LOVE this pizza base. Not only is it really tasty, but it’s also got crunch and structure, so you can pick up a slice without it crumbling.