total posts: 54
Falafel Waffles: believe it.
Miso scrambled eggs. Simple and perfect, despite possibly sounding a little strange.
Kisses. Soft, airy sponge sandwiched together with jam. As delicious as the name.
Macaroni Peas. So simple, so delicious, so...not terribly attractive. But delicious! Really, really delicious.
Spaghetti with Burnt Cream and Basil. Three ingredients, but flavour x a million.
Two asparagus recipes - a raw salad, and the easiest ravioli, made with wonton wrappers.
Baked oatmeal with canned apricot halves, you could really use any fruit you like. Comforting and an excellent start to the day!
This White Chocolate Blackberry Layer Cake may look and sound a little complex but it's honestly so easy, and has many different variations. I think I love it just as it is though!
Fruit tea loaf with Orange Saffron Confit - super easy, super cheap, and super dairy free. The Confit makes a nice gift too - once you know what to do with it!
Palm sugar and Lime banana loaf - not your ordinary banana bread. So delicious!
Ponderosa Cake - did Hoss and Little Joe eat banana cake studded with chocolate and brown sugar? Let's say...yes!
Hot cross buns - a super simple method and without the cross they're good to go all year round!
Vanilla cupcakes to soothe the soul.
Nigella's Chocolate Pavlova. So much nicer than the usual, and all you gotta do is add a little cocoa...
Red Wine Spaghetti - pasta cooked in red wine. Astonishingly good and very good looking. Use as much wine as you can bear.
Plantain ice cream. Vegan, fat free, etc, but what's important is that it tastes AMAZING.
Only the best ginger slice in the world. No biggie.
A gorgeous gingery cinnamon-y cake with a secret ingredient: kumara.
Nigella Lawson's Garlic Chicken. So few ingredients but incredible results - crispy, mellow, garlicky roasted chicken.
Peanut Butter Maple Oat Cookies. Total deliciousness.
Homemade roasted beetroot bread. It takes a little time, but sweet fancy Moses it's delicious.
This started life as Nigella's Coca Cola Chocolate Cake. Inspired, I swapped the coke for ginger beer. It was ridiculously successful...
Sushi rice with miso roasted vegetables...cheap but beautiful and satisfying.
ANZAC biscuits. Easy, economical, and they taste just like apple crumble topping.
The most delicious fresh berry ice cream, made in the time it takes you to read this description of it.
Grated zucchini, crumbled feta and mint is rolled in filo pastry and then coiled round into this spiral-shaped pie. It messed with my sanity but the taste was worth it...
Belgian biscuits, a nostalgic favourite...in the much simpler form of a slice.
Nigella's Aubergine Moussaka is unlike any moussaka I've seen. Don't get me wrong though, this combo of vegetables, chickpeas, and gentle spices is amazing, easy, and inexpensive to boot...
Beetroot soup: tastes better than it sounds. The fact that it's healthy, vegetarian, and gluten free only makes it more seductive?
One slice of this amazing brownie (recipe courtesey of Nigella) and you've got all the calories to see you through till September. Did this put me off? No.
Watermelon sorbet, perfect for summer (yes, it is summer in some parts of the world right now!) So delicious, and made without an ice cream machine.
Chocolate Beetroot Cake. Wait, come back! This is delicious (you can't taste the beetroot) and very quickly made in the food processor.
Beautiful cranberries, ready to go into Nigella Lawson's cornbread stuffing, which was then going into a chicken to be roasted for my flat's Christmas Dinner.
Nigella Lawson's easy and delicious Banana Bread. So simple but it tastes amazing.