Posts Tagged ‘spinach’

Green smoothie

My favourite recipe for a thick and creamy green smoothie – don’t worry, you can’t taste the spinach!


Spinach, split pea and coriander soup

March is a funny one. The warmer weather means that I don’t feel the need for rib-sticking stews and mashed potato quite so heavily, but it’s hardly salad weather either. This is why I decided to make this soup – an late winter/early spring version of this sunny courgette and chickpea soup. Instead of courgette, […]


Barley and chickpea salad

Soft and chewy barley, bulghar wheat and plump chickpeas with spinach, some sweet roasted cherry tomatoes and a little crumbled feta make this into something really tasty.


Courgette, chickpea and spinach soup

Yet another courgette recipe (we’re seriously overrun here) and this one I’m really proud of. I’d forgetten how easy a good bowl of soup is to make and how satisfying. Taking inspiration from this 101Cookbooks recipe, this is a simple and fresh soup of courgette and spinach, I add chickpeas for extra thickness and just […]


Spinach and Anchovy Tart

The anchovies are not overpowering at all, but lend a salty savouriness, that perks this up and stops it being bland.


Roasted Tomato and Spinach bulghar salad

Bursting with colour, sweet roasted cherry tomatoes and slow cooked red onions go beautifully with the nutty bulghar wheat spiked with loads of fresh herbs, a little garlic and a handful of spinach.


Lamb Saag

So, first up apologies for the absence. I’ve been cooking of course and I have a whole raft of recipes ready to write about, i guess life just gets in the way sometimes… Next up for OxNosh is a booklet of recipes for students and we spent the bank holiday weekend developing recipes. The idea […]


Pappardelle with Sausage and Savoy Cabbage

Possibly the best way to eat savoy cabbage (along with colcannon). There aren’t many vegetables that don’t benefit from being paired with pasta and cream or cheese. Faced with another cabbage in the veg box, I rustled this up and it’s definitely one to make again. The cabbage is definitely the star, you’re not trying […]