When there’s leftover meat in the fridge, but no plan written down, curry is my go to meal. Whether it’s Indian, Thai or otherwise, curry is almost always the answer. My recipe for Leftover Chicken Laksa stays within that pseudo-tradition, transforming cold meat into something worth devouring.
If ever there were four ingredients that worked perfectly in tandem, then they are in this Sweet Potato and Blue Cheese Filo Pie. Added to the two headline ingredients, roasted red onion and sautéed mushrooms round out this simple pie. And if you’re quick, it might be ready within the hour.
A twist on a noodle dish of the same name, Singapore Fried Rice is a fast food classic often featured on Chinese takeaway menus in Britain. Spicy and full of fresh ingredients, it may have little to do with Singapore, but it makes tempting comfort food.
Describing Toad in the Hole as ‘the homeliest of Sunday dinners’, may be a statement that couldn’t be anything other than an overstatement. Yet it absolutely is; indulgent sausages ensconced in a comforting yorkshire pudding batter. What could be closer to a hug on a plate?
Ready in half an hour and healthy to boot, these Fennel and Chilli Roasted Chickpeas are perhaps the perfect snack. But beware, they’re also incredibly moreish; not even water is healthy when consumed in enormous quantities.