Pink gin has never been more popular so why not shake up your own rosy-hued cocktails at home with the perfectly pink recipes from Pink Gin? All gins start with a neutral spirit base, which is then infused with juniper and other botanicals, such as spices, citrus, berries and flowers, to give each one a unique taste and its ‘style’. These recipes are floral and delicious and easy to make at home.
This quiche from Shareis one of Theo A. Michael's ultimate summertime foods. You can bake the pastry base in a cake pan with high sides so that once it’s cooked it has a ‘crown’ around the crust. Try this delicious combination of salty sharp feta, earthy spinach and punchy oven-roasted tomatoes.
Samphire has a sweet, salty taste that balances well with chillies/chiles, shallots and nutty butter. If you can't find samphire, this recipe will work well with asparagus but you'll need to add a good sprinkle of sea salt.
Recreating your favourite takeaway dishes at home might not be as difficult as you think. This sweet and sour orange chicken from Dirty Food combines two delicious dishes that are just too hard to choose between in a Chinese restaurant!
Using strawberries, lemon verbena leaves, and sweet cicely seeds, this mocktail really is a taste of summer—grown-up, herbaceous, and with enough sweetness for you to indulge yourself. Adding a splash of bitters, which contain a small amount of alcohol, is optional.
These recipes are for bakers of all skill levels and use ingredients that are already tucked away at the back of your pantry. If you've always wanted to perfect that sponge cake or want that perfect bread recipe, now is that time to experiment!
Certain things are loved all over the world. Coffee, chocolate and éclairs are three of them, so combine these to create an amazing taste sensation that will instantly arouse your taste buds. The classic éclair is part of the foundations of French culinary history. It is likely to have been invented in the nineteenth century by Antoine Carême, one of the most celebrated original French pastry chefs, billed as the first celebrity chef and the craftsman behind Napoleon’s wedding cake.
This light and fruity vegan aquafaba pavlova will not only make the perfect dessert but will help use up some of those cans of chickpeas you have in your kitchen cupboard. Top with your favourite fruits and enjoy.
Making a delicious meal when you only have a couple of staple ingredients in your kitchen can be a fun challenge. These quick and easy pasta recipes use only a few key ingredients but are rich in flavour. Why not try one tonight?
Create a pretty Easter theme with assorted Easter-related cookie cutters. If you can’t find bunny- or egg-shaped cutters, make paper templates, lay over the cookie dough and carefully cut out using a small, sharp knife. These Easter bunnies are made with a large cutter, but feel free to use a smaller breed!
This easy pasta recipe uses simple ingredients you probably already have at home. It only takes a couple of minutes to put together and tastes delicious. You can also make this recipe with drained hot brown rice instead of pasta.