Roasted broccoli tofu quiche

  Poor old quiche doesn’t have the best reputation, people either think that (a) it’s a bit fiddly to make, or that (b) it belongs in the seventies along with vol-au-vents and cheese and pineapple on sticks. If either of these applies to you then please cast aside your doubts and give it a go! […]

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BBQ pitta bread

This is really just my basic recipe for anything bready, you can also use it to make breadsticks, naan breads to mop up your curry, or a base for your home-made pizza. We were having a barbecue one day and didn’t have any bread in the house, so I decided to try making some flatbreads […]

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Speedy, seedy soda bread

I love baking my own bread, but because I work full-time I just don’t have the time to make it in the week and really do it justice. Luckily I’ve recently discovered soda bread, which doesn’t need kneading or rising time. It takes about five minutes to throw everything together and stick in the oven […]

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Spanokopitta sausage rolls

At the weekend, my mum asked me to bake some vegetarian sausage rolls for a family picnic. Normally I’d wrap some veggie sausages in puff pastry and get on with my day but on this occasion I was the only vegetarian there, and I wanted to make something the omnivores would enjoy as much as […]

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