1. Black beans (from the tuna and black bean recipe)
I added corn, chilli and orange pepper to the beans, they were so delicious, I think black beans are my new favourite food!
2. Eton mess.
I used 0% yoghurt instead of cream to make this, and instead of crushed meringue, used mini marshmallows. It worked really well, fantastic in fact. I’ll definitely do this again.
3. Sesame peanut noodles
I think the amount of peanut butter in this recipe, could be cut right down without being detrimental to the finished dish. I used ready cooked noodles from a packet which made it even more express!
4. Lunchbox treats
I hunted out the rice malt syrup from Waitrose to make these, but had to use coco pops instead of rice crispies, as that’s all I had at home. Everyone loved these, but I found them incredibly moreish. In the end I was practically forcing them down the family’s throats so that I wouldn’t eat them all. I will definitely make them again, but not now that I’m counting points!
5. Scallops and chorizo
One word for this – fabulous!!
I am truly amazed how two ingredients can marry so well together and produce something so tasty!
Anna, I finally got my book!!! Now everytime I see one of your NE recipes, I am running to check my book. I can finally play along! The scallops and chorizo look delicious. I have to try this one soon.
Everything looks lovely Anna! I’m looking for rice malt syrup too, I think I know a shop that will sell it, but haven’t made it there yet…I’m so looking forward to the scallops too, did you do the chickpeas with them? or add any veg? I am undecided what to add veg wise.KJxx
KJ, I made the wilted greens to go with the scallops – very nice!Sandy, I’m glad you got your book!!:-)
I love the idea of scallops and chorizo – it sounds a great combination.