Cuisine: Fusion

Mango Herby Chicken Burger……. With A Few H.K. Twists……As Joe Says, “Stay Of The Sad Step”……..

A true treasure of a recipe from the body coach Joe Wicks.....So simple and so delicious..... Sweet mango with a chilli kick, herby chicken burger, served today in a toasted brioche bun, filled to the gunnels with  baby gem, tomato, cucumber ribbons, red onion, greek. style yogurt, sliced mango, crumbled with beautiful feta and a side of paprika spiced sweet potato chips.... epic and perfect for a quick, nutritiously packed Saturday night supper.........

By Simon

Lazy Sunday Morning Chocolate, Banana & Coconut Pancakes…. For All The Princesses Of The World

For all the princesses & princes of the world a delicious Sunday morning pancake stack... Rich chocolate, sweet banana, honey & coconut, brought together using the fantastic flavours of chickpea flour.... Its simple, nutritious  &  fun to create.... Such a great way to start your weekend..... Boys and Girls create some with love today......

By Simon

Tangy Citrus Polenta and Almond Cake…

Packed with tangy sweet stickiness, this cake will defiantly send your taste buds into citrus orbit ....Soft moist and so inviting with those caramelised fruit segments as a crowning glory.....If you love citrus, you will love this cake.... Serve with a dollop of creme fraiche or a scoop of iced cream...A real teatime favourite.......

By Simon

Boys Night In Chilli ….Hot..Hot…Hot…

This one will tickle all those tasty buds! Not for the faint of heart....Chilli is so perfect for any occasion, you can mix it up, sharing, spice it up, dress it up and its delicious spices with a variety of accompaniments... rice, tortilla chips, wraps, you name it, this chilli will taste great ... Cool it down with a dollop of yogurt, whizz up some Guacamole, tomato salsa, herby salads, Our favourite Ripped up corn tortillas, drizzled with chilli oil, slathered in the meat feast chilli, add handfulls of Jalapeños peppers and covered in heaps of your favourite cheeses, under the grill served to the table.... OMDays....

By Simon

Burnt Italian Meringue, Eggnog & Citrus Trifle …

Trifle is such a classic English dish. Today served with the tastes of Christmas meets an Italian taste explosion.. Vanilla infused light custard, light cream filled profiteroles, Clementines, Indulgent Masala wine, Amaretti biscotti and that silky soft & crisp Italian Meringue.... Its party time, give it a go, its fun and as we shared a real taste explosion.....Let your tasty buds go wild......

By Simon

Sesame Squid With Anchovy, Caper & Parsley Mayo….Simply Roasted Lobster Tails…. Scallops In Turmeric & Ginger Crisps….

Men of the world, wanna stun her heart wide open, this is the one! If she likes seafood she will love this sharing together platter, it's simple, vibrant, packed with flavour, full of romance and love. Give it a go, her heart will love it and if you're a lucky boy, you will too...

By Simon

Slow Roasted Celeriac Infused With Honey & Mustard , Fire Red Peppers & Roasted Cod…..

Epic, celeriac roasted slow and long , glazed with a coating of yellow mustard seed & honey. Today we added fire roasted red peppers & Atlantic cod fillets...... Absolutely delicious.

By Simon

Beef Kebab Laced With A Spicy Satay Sauce….

What a winner, a perfect sharing plate of prime beef fillet, marinated in a spicy peanut sauce, grilled over a hot heat, totally moorish, as a home cook my heart sings, as the food is devoured in front of my eyes..... :-)

By Simon

Glazed Spiced Pork Belly On A Bed of Sweet Coriander Noodles & Pak Choi – By Phoebe Gale

A true Oriental taste explosion. Honey glazed pork belly with epic crackling, juicy meat that falls of the bone, succulent, mouthwatering and truly simple.

By Simon

Pandhi Pork Stir Fry Curry With Apple & Fennel Raita….Street It up With Flatbread’s

A true fusion of flavours, stir fried succulent pork curry with a crunchy apple and fennel riata. Simple to prepare and a real treat for you and your guests tasty buds, I love cooking this outside over a charcoal BBQ, its feels like real street food, quick, vibrant alive with flavour, why not go fully street and wrap it all up in a groovy bread.

By Simon