Sorry for the lack of posts the last few days our Internet data has run out and it takes the patience of a saint to do anything. Posting should be back to normal by Monday.
In the movies and on TV they always make it seem really difficult to make souffles. So when I found a recipe for an easy souffle I thought I’d give it a try. Continue reading
When mum and I went back to Australia in February we visited my Nanna Harris, and she taught me how to make ricotta/cottage cheese (I’m not sure exactly which it is, but I’ve used it as both). It’s so easy, and considering how rare/expensive ricotta and cottage cheese are in Tonga it’s been so useful. Continue reading
I was really craving burritos for dinner, but we didn’t have any tortillas so we decided to try and use roti instead. The rotis were delicious (as always), and worked almost as well as normal tortillas. So here’s a recipe for my favourite homemade burritos with roti.
Spaghetti Bolognaise is a staple in our household. It may not be the most traditional bolognaise recipe but it is quick, easy and satisfying. It’s also a super flexible recipe where you can add whatever flavours you like, and sneak in some veggies.
This chicken bake was a super yummy and easy to make, which is perfect because the gnocchi took forever. It wasn’t necessarily difficult but from start to finish the gnocchi took about an hour-and-a-half.
Mum and I had some time on our hands so we decided to make up a batch of pizza bases to freeze and use later. Continue reading