These lovely baby marrow ribbons with creamy garlic sauce are perfect meat-free starters to serve to your guests at your next dinner party, and they make a delicious snack if you’re just looking for something light and flavourful.
Pronounced ‘nyoki’, these little Italian dumplings are eaten like pasta. Depending on the region, they can be made with flour, potatoes, semolina, breadcrumbs or even ricotta. There is also nothing like the taste of brown butter; add in some cream cheese and you have mouth-watering, budget-friendly, meat-free meal.
With the many public holidays and commemorative days decorating our calendar, it’s hard to remember which ones are truly worth the celebration. Every year on 31 January those with a bibulous bend should not forget to raise their cocktail glass in a toast to Brandy Alexander Day – the only cocktail to have a day officially named in its honour.
Coffee, whipped cream and a smooth Irish whiskey. Could there be better combination? Let us show you how to make it the traditional way so you can serve it up to your guests after dinner.
Besides being tasty, angelfish is light on the wallet. It’s also on the WWF-SASSI green list of sustainable fish, so you can eat it in good conscience. Use it to make this creamy pasta for a dinner option that will be ready in minutes.
We are back to a traditional eggnog recipe with this one, raw egg and all. Although raw eggs have no negative health implications, many people don’t like the taste. In our recipe, we mostly use the whipped egg whites for that ;lovely texture this jolly drink is known for. So if you aren’t into that as an option, feel free to swap them out for unsweetened whipped cream.
Love your classic creamy desserts, but can’t eat dairy? Don’t worry, you can have your crème brûlée and eat it too…