This is one of my favourite dishes to make when there isn’t much in the fridge or cupboards, its filling and tasty and can have many things inside…..the omelette ;)! The eggs I have used are from my Spanish teachers chickens so the yokes are ultra yellow. This one has onions, mushrooms, cheese and ham but my … Continue reading My best brunch omelette….
If you’re just waking up this bank holiday weekend and wondering what to eat I thought I would entice you with these eggs!! I thought I would Blog this as people always tell me how nice these eggs are. I know everyone knows how to make scrambled eggs but this recipe just makes good eggs. Not too runny or dry, but … Continue reading Fluffy Scrambled Eggs
As a kid my mum use to make me ‘Rumble Tumble’ which I will blog at some point. It is a fry up but all mixed in together with scrambled eggs; great for a hangover. This week I just used what we had in the fridge…tomatoes, spinach, a slice of ham and half a red onion. … Continue reading TOMATO, SPINACH & HAM RUMBLE TUMBLE
Today I made a healthy dinner using what we had in the cupboards. What is great here is that my Aunt has a abundance of Avocados on her land so we are always thinking of new ways to use them :-), which I don’t mind as I LOVE them! Plus I am a little obsessed with … Continue reading Poached Egg with Smashed Avocados and Serrano Ham
This is a middle eastern dish with tomatoes and eggs, in Arabic the word ‘shakshuka’ means ‘mixture’ Often eaten as breakfast as it has the eggs in, but also is a staple dinner meal all over the middle east. I first tasted this dish in an Israeli cafe in Philadelphia and instantly fell in love, … Continue reading Shakshuka