There are hundreds and hundreds of ways of making a classic Chicken Tikka Masala, but this is the recipe I have always come back to as it is easy to make and full of flavour. Slow cookers/crock pots are great for meals like curry as it allows it to cook in its juices all day … Continue reading Tikka Chance on Me – easy Slow Cooker Chicken Tikka Masala Recipe
Sorry, couldn't resist the song! So catchy and is the only thing that has helped me learn how to spell bananas. Banana Loaf is a bit of a cross between Banana Bread and drizzle cake. It is traditionally baked in a bread loaf tin, however the actual mixture is sweet and cakey. It is stodgy … Continue reading This Sh*t is Banana Cake, B-A-N-A-N-A-Cake!
Lemon drizzle cake is absolutely perfect for this time of year as there is nothing better than to come in from the cold and have a lovely slice of stodgy cake with a hot cup of tea. This recipe is honestly so simple to make! The cake comes out so fluffy and moist and sticky … Continue reading Fo’ Shizzle my Drizzle – Lemon Drizzle Cake Recipe
Roasted Pumpkin seeds are an autumnal classic; easy to make, makes your kitchen smell great and creates less waste once you have carved your pumpkin! I like to roast mine with brown sugar and cinnamon, however if you have any other combinations that work then please let me know! If you want to know how … Continue reading All You Seed Is Love
Alternative titles: -Since You've Been Scone, Scone with the wind, Like a Rolling Scone, Dead and Scone, Bridget Scone's Diary. I'm here all week. Whether you pronounce it SCone or scONe, we can all agree that scones are a massive part of British culture. The very first scones were triangular, yet we Brits today now … Continue reading You Can Scone Your Own Way