This April felt like the longest month ever, 5 weeks between paydays. The usual messy weather; a mixture of sunshine and showers…. One day sitting in a roof garden, the next snuggled on the sofa as its too chilly and wet … Continue reading
So I made a delicious Caribbean meal for my family, it took me all day to prep so it’s more of a special occasion kind of meal! There’s also a lot of frying, so I actually cooked the chicken and … Continue reading
This is a delicious pasta sauce that I made for me and my sisters. Holland and Barrett sent me a lovely haul from their Free From Concept Store which features this lovely organic Amisa pasta. But more on that later … Continue reading
I whipped up this light potato salad at an impromptu family BBQ! I didn’t want it to be heavy with all the mayo so I used creme fraiche, to replace most of the mayo. Not only adding a different flavour … Continue reading
This is a lovely dinner my friend Priya cooked for me like two weeks ago. She has already featured in this blog as the hungover friend who ate my carbonara and the crazy woman stirring the paella. Basically in a … Continue reading
Making these delicious chicken nuggets is so easy!
Firstly, add some stale or toasted bread to a food processor, add salt, pepper, herbs and garlic. Whizz up until it becomes fine bread crumbs.
Then chop up some chicken breasts into big chunks.
Next, break two eggs into a bowl and whisk well
Then, pour your breadcrumbs into a bowl.
Now for the fun part!
Dip each chunk of chicken into the egg and then in the bread crumbs.
Place on a baking tray and bake for around 30 minutes at 200 degrees. Or you could deep fry them if you’d precede but adjust times accordingly.
Serve with some salad, and delicious with garlic mayonnaise and sweet chilli dip.