Have you ever added sauerkraut to your guacamole? It's sound s a little strange, but I can assure you, it isn't. The richness of the avocado marries beautifully with the intriguing texture of the cabbage. If you give it a go, I'd love to hear what you think in the comments? Eleanor x
The velvety texture of tender, cannellini beans, are rather pleasing in this gentle, summer soup. There’s also fresh, bright herbs, and softly poached pieces of fish in a light tomato broth. It's a simple recipe, as always, a deliciously tasty expression of how I like to cook. It's in this week's column for VIVA.
Perhaps my favourite salad of all is one that is seasonal and simple. Sparkling with summertime, this beautifully presented dish is sweet, sharp and deeply delicious. Imagine this bright salad gracing the middle of a garden table, served with slices of milky buffalo mozzarella, crusty sourdough bread and a little unsalted butter. 1 yellow courgetteA variety of different coloured heirloom tomatoes3 radishes, ends removeda handful of fresh basil leavesa small jar of anchovies, drainedFine sea salt for sprinklingExtra virgin olive oil for drizzlingA ball of sliced buffalo mozzarella, to serve Finely slice the courgette, tomatoes and radishes as thinly...
Everything tastes better with butter - even the smallest addition has the ability to make a dish truly sing. In this simple, summery recipe, ricotta and herb gnocchi is simmered until tender, tossed in a lemony butter sauce, and then finished with a small handful of finely chopped Italian parsley. Easy to prepare, this delightful meal looks as vibrant as it tastes.
I created some simple, summery recipes for a Nature Baby event towards the end of last year. There was a roasted garlic butter bean hummus, and candied tomatoes with feta, thyme and avocado, piled upon yummy Franjos Kitchen pregnancy and lactation crackers. Nature Baby has kindly shared the recipes on their journal, find them here. x