Here is our easy, go-to recipe for green pesto. It’s so simple, but an absolutely delightful flavour, excellent to mix into a pasta dish or swirled into pastry or even under your cheese on toast
These savoury little wonders are so full of cheesy flavour and impossibly moorish. “I can’t believe they are vegan”, said David.
It really hit the spot. Filling the room with a festive aroma of cinnamon, apple and orange, this warmed our cockles and tasted SUBLIME.
They look so cute on the plate! The port and mushroom together, create and earthy, rich flavour, with the caramelised onions lifting that with sweetness at the end, it is a gorgeous thing to behold.
They are super simple to make, but very well received – there is something quite humble and comforting about them! They go beautifully with a cup of tea mid afternoon or for a tasty snack post dinner.
This plate of crostini’s has three different toppings, hence the name, three contrasting but complimentary flavours: 1.Pea and Mint Purée with caramelised onions 2. Mushroom Pâté 3. Tomato, basil and cashew cream cheese. It’s hard to pick a favourite.
Making pesto from scratch is super quick and easy and this recipe will leave you with lots of leftovers to perhaps mix into a delicious pasta dish. In this recipe you will make green and red pesto, very christmassy eh?
A perfect pre Christmas dinner delight. Nothing too heavy, so won’t ruin your dinner, only excite you for more tasty delights to come. These rustic beauties will be devoured in seconds.