The best way to begin you dinner party.
These Baked Oysters Mornay are so fun (and sort of messy) to make and even more fun to eat. They work well for a light dinner with a glass of white wine or as a starter for dinner guests.
My very favourite Zen Buddhist vegan dish. Can be a starter or main.
Just like the restaurant-version, except it’s so much cheaper to make right at home and it tastes a million times better too.
This version works well as a delicate starter leaving space for a more hearty meal or as part of a platter of nibbles before an evening out providing satisfying flavour without being too filling.
The best brunch or starter.
It has chicken, cheese, bbq sauce, bacon and jalapeno...and yes, it's as good as you are dreaming it is.
These bacon wrapped brussels sprouts are already fantastic by themselves, but they are even better with the mayo dip.
Tender cabbage wrapped in bacon and baked in the oven, this makes the perfect side dish.
Bacon-wrapped shrimp! Ridiculously good, grilled or roasted in the oven, and seasoned with chilli and lime. Perfect for your next backyard BBQ.
Made with a slightly sweet and yellow-coloured dough that is usually found in cha chaan teng dinner rolls.
Known as aspara nikumaki in Japanese. Aspara means asparagus, niku means beef and maki means roll or wrap. In this dish, thinly sliced beef is marinated in a sweet and savoury soy glaze, then wrapped around blanched asparagus spears and pan-cooked.
Black pudding, morcilla or boudin noir. This is good served on toasted bread as part of a tapas feast or it makes a great starter or tasty brunch.
Korean savory pancakes made with garlic chives.
Normal enchiladas have carb counts of anywhere from 40-60 g per serving. But these little veggie packed beauties only have 3.5 g net carb per enchilada. Can use leftover chicken.
Better-than-take-out and made from scratch in less than 30 minutes. Grilled chicken smothered in the tastiest general-tso’s inspired sauce with crunchy cashews, spooned into a crisp green lettuce cup.