French toast, usually served as a sweet dish, also makes a beautiful savoury meal. Known in France as “Pain Perdu” which translates to “lost bread or stale bread” was once Read More >>
Commonly know as Tortilla in Spain, the Spanish omelette is commonly made using only potatoes, onion and eggs. The potatoes and onion are usually fried in olive oil, but work Read More >>
So easy to make and super healthy and these will exceed your expectations when it comes to healthy food alternatives. No dairy and no gluten.
Ham and mozzarella cheese fried together in a sandwich makes this dish a great tasty snack or a quick lunch. Cut them up and you have appetisers, your guests won’t Read More >>
It ticks all the boxes, tasty, cheap to make, quick to prepare and high in nutrition. The cannellini bean, also known as the white Italian kidney bean, is slightly larger Read More >>
Open grilled sandwiches are a great approach to a tasty lunch with minimal fuss. You can prepare this meal in less than 5 minutes. If you preheat your grill, you Read More >>
It’s amazing how spectacular a quick meal can be. Not only does this tart look incredible, it tastes awesome and can be made in 15 minutes.
A quick meal option for a delightful lunch packed with Italian flavours. Instead of a mortar and pestle you can also make the pesto in a food processor. If you’re Read More >>
A Frittata is quite similar to an omelette and originated in Italy. The word “Frittata” is similar to the meaning of “Fried” and is usually cooked in a frying pan. Read More >>
The bread is toasted in butter, filled with a mixture of sage infused cream, Parmesan and Gruyère cheese, wrapped in prosciutto ham. Prosciutto and sage are a marriage made in Read More >>
The French word “croque” meaning “to crunch” and “Monsieur” meaning “Mister” has been a common bar and cafe style meal that originated back in 1910. Most of the cafes today Read More >>