An exciting array of easily accessible ingredients is mixed together into a delicious sauce for a barbecue party! Beef, chicken, pork - whatever you're barbecuing, this sauce will bring out great flavours.
This is a lot stronger than you think when you taste it!
The best sandwich ever, great for all the family! Yorkshire ham, cheese and Branston pickle on thick, lovely bread.
This slow-cook recipe is ideal if you're having a crowd over for dinner. Just pop it in the oven and forget about it until you're ready to eat.
A great and filling breakfast, with only 3 everyday ingredients - not including your seasoning of course! Once you get the hang of it, it's a quick meal for the family. You can use either oil or butter. The recipe makes 4 pieces.
Qaghaq ta’ l-Ghasel or treacle rings as they’re called in English, are by far Malta’s favourite traditional Christmas dessert. Although not excessively difficult to make, they take quite a lot of patience and time to prepare. You can buy these delicious pastries all year round from confectionaries, but they are mostly consumed during the Christmas season.
I adapted this recipe from a traditional vanilla one in an old Harrod's recipe book. I made it for party and it went down a storm!!
Slices of fruit bread, spread with walnut butter and filled with crisp celery cream. Augh--I wish I had a plate of them now!
I love this tart. Light yet completely decadent! Great flavour with the raspberries and mascarpone cheese. I've also done this with blueberries, and again it is completely yummy!
This is a firm family favourite and makes a nice tea bread spread with naughty butter. Everything is measured in cups which makes it easy if you don't have access to a pair of kitchen scales. You can use a coffee mug, or 250ml cup.