Light, fluffy & richly flavoured, these muffins feel very cosy and autumnal and would be ideal for serving up to friends with coffee for brunch or late in the afternoon, or packed up and brought with a thermos of chai tea for a walk at the beach.
For a brilliantly memorable brunch or birthday gathering, simply make up a batch of these lovely rye everything bagels and some homemade dill pickles; set out some fillings, stand back and just let your guests make their own filled bagel just how they like ’em.
What tastes like a soufflé, makes like a frittata, looks like a rose and is a deliciously summery vegetarian option for dinner or brunch? Ans: Courgette Roses, and I have to admit I’m pretty proud of the recipe.
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Thrillingly splodged with fat, sweet, juicy fresh blueberries, these light, fluffy scones would be perfect served alongside a pot of fresh coffee for a special weekend breakfast.
Chickpeas on toast has been one of my favourite comfort food dishes ever since I was a teenager. This slightly swankier version of the original would make for a brilliantly bostering brunch or light supper.
As a proud Fermanagh native, my dad has been making boxty for as long as I can remember. He tried several versions on us before we settled on the boxty pancakes here, which are a revelation – light, savoury, flavoursome; the definition of ‘more-than-the-sum-of-its-parts’ food.
With its gorgeous, more-than-the-sum-of-its-parts flavour and bright, vibrant appearance, this easy sharing-style brunch dish is well worth taking the time to savour.
Highly versatile and easy to make, fresh ricotta can be used to great effect in homemade ravioli, on sourdough toast with honey; or in beautiful summer desserts and cheesecakes.
Although homemade sourdough bread does take a lot of time and effort to make, the results are so shockingly good that it truly is worth the hassle.
Harissa, Greek yoghurt and eggs were meant to be together, and the juxtaposition of the tangy, creamy and spicy flavours in these yummy baked Turkish eggs makes for a delicious and oddly calming breakfast dish.