These pot pies are one of my fave things to make and if you know me well, there is a 80% chance that I’ve probably made these for you. They are completely idiot proof and take 30 minutes from start to finish. I usually make individual pot pies but this time I also made a larger one. You can follow the recipe and do whichever.   Notes Prep Time: 15 Mins Cook Time: 15-20 Mins Serves: 2  Ingredients Smoked Bacon (3 rashers, cut into small strips) Garlic Infused Olive Oil

Current obsession: Halloumi Fries. There’s a food stall in Camden Market called Oli Babas and they sell Levantine Cuisine. They are the original creators of Halloumi Fries. You can check out their Instagram here.  I thought I would re-create them at home because 1. they are fucking amazing and 2. because I’m a fat biatch and I wanted to eat them in bulk. Scroll down for the recipe.  What You’ll Need:  Halloumi (500g) Flour (2tbsp) Paprika (1tbsp) Garlic Powder (1tsp) Pomegranate Seeds (2tbsp) Natural Yogurt Sweet Chilli Sauce Vegetable Oil

blahblahblah blah blahblalalalalalalalahh blaaaaaah. this bolognese is fucking lit. I think I pretty much used every herb and spice in my kitchen to make the chorizo flavouring and then some. I also threw red wine into the mix because who doesn’t love a boozy bolognese? You can use ground pork, beef, lamb or turkey for the meat. It’s really whatever you prefer. I used turkey in this one.  What you’ll need:  For the Chorizo:  Ground Beef, Pork or Turkey (500g) Cider Vinegar (1/4 cup) Chili Powder (2 tbsp)  Paprika (1

I wish I could eat this again. and again. like, every day. I put little to no effort into making it which is also a bonus. it’s more a case of just assembling and transferring things. and trying not to eat all the caramel in the process.  What you’ll need: Hobnobs (300g) Butter, melted (150g) Salted Caramel (400g) Dark Chocolate (120g) Salt Flakes Method Break down the hobnobs until you have fine crumbs, add the melted butter and mix well.  Transfer to a 22cm spring-clip tin and press firmly on to

I’m currently doing this 21 day no junk food challenge so expect healthy recipes for the next three weeks. It basically means no chocolate, no fast food, no white bread, no fun, no pastries, etc. I’m on day 6 so yeah. I’ve never really been a massive fish fan but at the moment I’m eating it 2-3 times a week. I’m loving it.  This recipe takes 15 minutes from start to finish, as the honey and lemon juice cooks with the fish, it bubbles and thickens which immerses the salmon

Barbecue Pulled Pork. Win. Slow Cooked Barbecue Pulled Pork. WIN. Slow Cooked Barbecue Pulled Pork in Karma Cola. ALL THE WINS.  Can we all agree that these Pulled Pork Burgers look like the best thing ever? Slow cooked for 8 hours in Karma Cola, the pork is tender, sweet and freaking delicious. I’ve also used barbecue sauce and brioche buns because if you’re gonna do something, you might as well do it properly.  Karma Cola is the UK’s only Fairtrade organic Cola. Their original cola recipe is made of real

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