It’s British Egg Week and I am celebrating by putting eggs on some of my favourite recipes. In the week I love my meals to be quick and easy but also healthy and delicious. You can even make these dishes before and heat them through and add the egg when you’re ready to eat.
Mastering the perfect rise on your soufflé, whether sweet or savoury, can take a bit of practise but once achieved you will have a delicious dish the whole family will enjoy time and time again.
These pretty galettes are so simple to make, in just a few minutes you’ll have shortcrust pastry tart filled with green pesto and cherry tomatoes, topped with a perfectly poached egg.
Everyone loves pancakes - those lovely flat treats that can be eaten together with all kinds of tasty ingredients. Well, there's more to them than meets the eye! From historical beginnings and international twists through to quirky world records, here are 12 facts about pancakes you can share with family and friends the next time you serve up a stack!
- Pancake Day, or Shrove Tuesday, falls between February 2 and March 9, depending on the date for Easter. It marks the start of Lent, the 40 days between Ash Wednesday and Easter Sunday.
We all love sweet potato; their irresistible softness and unique taste makes them a great meal option especially if you want something easy.
They work their way nicely into varying styles of dishes and are suitable for breakfast, as a snack or as part of a main meal. The best part is that they go hand-in-hand with eggs, both in taste and versatility, opening a whole range of delicious recipes to try. Let’s see what we have…