When the pics of my Shepherd's Pie were on the blog the other week, I got a number of requests to share the recipe...
...and today I finally got myself organised to make TWO recipe downloads for you, starting with this yummy comfort food!
The recipe for my Shepherd's Pie is ready for you to download HERE.
I've actually just come home from a grocery shop, and we have another lovely shoulder of lamb to roast tonight, so a repeat of Shepherd's Pie will be on the menu again next week.
Another recipe I thought I'd share is one I made up when Mr E was away last week. When he is away on his work trips it's the perfect time for some culinary experimentation, and if the recipe doesn't work I haven't abused his taste buds, only mine. Sometimes my experiments pass from plate to trash rather hastily, and other times success is indeed sweet.
Happily, I can report that this Protein Power Brunch recipe worked.
In fact we had it for brunch today and I doubt we'll be hungry again for at least six hours. Mr E ate everything on the plate - well, you know, it was delicious!
The main ingredients are nitrate-free leg ham, chick peas, tomatoes, herbs, onion, garlic, eggs, and a secret ingredient (it's in the recipe, don't worry) that lifted the flavour to something truly special.
We don't eat bread anymore, but if you do then some buttered toast soldiers on the side will be perfect!
Another thing I love about this recipe is that its all cooked in just one pan.
How's that for minimal washing up?
The Protein Power Brunch recipe is waiting for you to download HERE.
Both recipes are gluten free, too, which is so great for those who can't stomach wheat or gluten products.
It's V8 Supercars racing in Perth this weekend, so I have a stack of hand stitching to do and the coffee machine hot and ready to brew. It's also the Moto GP in France tomorrow so I guess my weekend is all planned out...two wheels, four wheels - either way, I love motor racing!
How about you? What's on your weekend agenda?