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Creme Egg Cookie Cups

My colleague showed me a picture of the most delicious looking cookies on Friday, and I couldn’t resist giving them a try. I found a recipe online, but it was on an American site and required a bit of adapting…. Continue Reading →

Recipe: Sweet Potato and Sweetcorn Soup

On our bank holiday day out to Skipton in the typical English bank holiday weather of drizzle, drizzle and more drizzle, we escaped the rain into WH Smiths for a while. I was browsing through the cook books and I… Continue Reading →

Recipe: Sausage and Vegetable Pasta Bake

If you’ve read my earlier post, you’ll know that I’ve decided that for the time being I’m going to have meal replacement shakes for breakfast and tea. Which means that I need something really tasty for lunch, and I didn’t… Continue Reading →

Recipe: Fisherman’s Pie with Leeky Mash

(A Hairy Bikers Recipe). Serves 4. Ingredients For the filling 1 medium head of broccoli, cut into small florets 350g thick white fish fillets (I used Basa fillets) 150g smoked fish fillets (I used smoked Basa fillets) 400ml semi-skimmed milk… Continue Reading →

Recipe: Chicken and Rice Bake

Ingredients (for two) 4 chicken thighs or 2 chicken breasts 4 rashers of bacon 125g rice 1 onion 1 tbsp olive oil 1 garlic clove 1/2 tsp turmeric 250ml chicken stock (I use one knorr stock pot in 250ml water)… Continue Reading →

Recipe: Sticky Five Spice Gammon

It’s been a long time since I did any cooking, but since I finished work an hour early on Friday, I thought I might as well try out one of my food pins from Pinterest. The original recipe that I… Continue Reading →

Recipe: Cauliflower Base Pizza

We used to eat pizza every saturday, but since we started our diet, it’s just too high in calories. I stumbled upon this recipe which uses cauliflower as the base instead of dough. We were both a bit dubious if… Continue Reading →

Recipe: Chicken with Garlic Mushrooms and Orzo

We found this recipe for Spaghetti and garlic mushrooms on SkinnyTaste.com, but adapted it to make it into a full meal by adding fried chicken breast. ¬†Our favourite pasta at the moment is Orzo, a pasta which has the shape… Continue Reading →

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