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Summer Bruschetta

Summer Bruschetta

I realise that the weather is still a little unseasonably cooler than we like. When it’s raining outside (again) it might be hard to think of Summer meals, but there is some great Irish produce available in the supermarkets and farmer’s markets nationwide. Fresh broad beans are just appearing in the supermarket and there’s no […]

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Cheese And Onion Bread

Cheese And Onion Bread

Delicious served warm from the oven, this moreish bread is enhanced by the complex flavour of this unique cheese, which is aged for at least 14 months. Tangy cheese compliments the sweet caramelised onions, making this is a recipe to depend on for delighting friends and family. Known as the ‘king of cheeses’ in Sweden, […]

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Indian Style Savoury Pancakes

Indian Style Savoury Pancakes

A couple of weeks ago I took the new Gaslight cylinder for a road-test and reviewed it. Then last week I cooked up a simple brunch dish of Gaslight eggs. Last week I cooked up a Gaslight Cranachan which was extremely more-ish. This week I’ve Indian style savoury pancakes for you to cook up on […]

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Pan Fried Pear and Pancetta Salad with Goat’s Cheese by Siúcra and Catherine Fulvio

Pan Fried Pear and Pancetta Salad with Goat’s Cheese by Siúcra and Catherine Fulvio

Eating healthy doesn’t have to be boring! Siúcra has created this mouth-watering salad for you to enjoy at any time of the day. The combination of sweet and juicy pears, crispy pancetta and creamy goat’s cheese make for the perfect salad to rustle up in the kitchen this winter. Serves 4 Ingredients Salad 3 to […]

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Tyrconnell Whiskey Cured Salmon

Tyrconnell Whiskey Cured Salmon

This week Emmett McCourt has shared his recipe for a Tyrconnell whiskey cured salmon with us. This sounds like the perfect Mother’s Day treat, maybe served with some sour cream and dill on a bagel. Fabulous food once again from the author of “Feast Or Famine”. Don’t forget we have a competition to win a […]

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Homemade Pot Noodle

Homemade Pot Noodle

January is a long month; if you’re trying to save on your lunch expenses you might want to consider bringing this homemade pot noodle to work! At less than 50c per portion, per adult, quick homemade pot noodle is a fantastic value-for-money alternative to dialling the take away.  There is also no fat, whatsoever in […]

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Mini Frittatas with Ham, Peppers and Spinach

Mini Frittatas with Ham, Peppers and Spinach

Bord Bia has teamed up with sports nutritionist Daniel Davey to develop a suite of delicious egg recipes using Bord Bia Quality Assured eggs which are high in nutritional value and suitable for any meal occasion. Daniel Davey is Senior Performance Nutritionist at Leinster Rugby and Dublin GAA and also co-founder of FoodFlicker, a popular […]

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Quick Soda Bread Pizzas Recipe

Quick Soda Bread Pizzas Recipe

This is a great, speedy lunch to make at home with the kids on a lazy Saturday afternoon! Prep: 15 minutes Cook: 15 minutes                                                                                   Serves 4 Ingredients 8 slices Irish brown soda bread 227g can chopped tomatoes 1 tbsp tomato puree 180g button mushrooms, halved 75g grated Cheddar and mozzarella 60g sliced pepperoni Basil leaves […]

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Red Quinoa and Sugar Snap Pea Salad

Red Quinoa and Sugar Snap Pea Salad

Rozanne Stevens, chef and cookbook author, has been kind enough to share her recipe for Red Quinoa and Sugar Snap Pea Salad with us.  To book one of her cookery courses and find out more information visit her website. Ingredients 1 cup red quinoa (or the creamy coloured variety) 2 cups vegetable or chicken stock […]

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Cruibins With Stout

Cruibins With Stout

While this recipe for cruibins with stout may be an unusual recipe to some, cruibins (crubeen) is the old Irish way of describing a pig’s trotter. Chef and author, Emmett McCourt has kindly shared this recipe with us along with some traditional lore from Derry. 

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