Making your own mayonnaise is surprisingly easy, incredibly yummy and free from additives. There are so many nasties in condiments these days—right? A batch of fresh, homemade mayonnaise will last up to a week in the fridge. Bring it out when guests are over for lunch and it’s next level impressive. Enjoy.
Caramelised onion is a favourite for cheese platters, salads, toasties and a myriad of other things. Homemade Christmas gifts are always a nice surprise, caramelised onion works well given in a cute little jar.
This was a last minute throw together when I was asked to bring something to a friends birthday. Easy to make and gives a flavour burst to whatever you use it for. Mix and match your favourite spices and nuts to make your own personal blend.
Fresh basil pesto is delicious and it has such a variety of uses. I love to raid my mum’s garden when it is in season and make up a huge batch to freeze in small portions to use in the coming months. Check out the end of the post for my favourite uses for basil pesto.
Maybe it’s because we have done most of our Asia travel at this time of year, or perhaps it’s because satay is so yummy, but when Summer rolls around I crave satay. Satay sauce on grilled meats and fresh salads, on burgers, small portions kept on standby in the freezer ready to add a little pizazz…
Everyone needs a good basic guacamole recipe. Once you make it you will never eat a store bought one again.
A fragrant relish perfect for cheese platters, burgers or wrapped nicely it makes a gorgeous gift.
An essential accompaniment to any Greek meal or simply as a healthy dip.
Everyone loves coconut rice! You’ll love it even more when you realise how simple it is to make. A great accompaniment to any Thai curry or Thai salad.