That’s it! Ready to serve with some green salad for an easy and tasty meal.
Here’s a quick and easy recipe to use up that packet of polenta you may have lurking at the back of your cupboard! The addition of sundried tomatoes and olives gives the polenta some much-needed flavour… and you can top it in a variety of ways to make a tasty lunchtime dish; check out our suggestions at the end of the recipe.
200 g quick cook polenta
1 litre boiling water
200 g sundried tomato pesto *
Handful of olives chopped – green or black
2 tablespoons Wild garlic pesto (see recipe)
Handful of Pine nuts
Rocket or pea shoots or herbs to top
* Sundried tomato pesto
200 g sundried tomatoes
1 clove garlic
Our aubergine roll ups are quick and simple cooking with maximum flavour – perfect for a small party or delicious as a starter, this uses simple fresh and some seasonal ingredients. Totally gluten free and vegan we assure you these will go down a treat with anyone. Our recipe for vegan ‘Not Cheese’ is very simple and can be played around with and used in other recipes too. It’s a ricotta type consistency so quite rich and creamy – delish!…
This is basically a glorified omelette, but probably even easier to make than omelette! You can’t really go wrong if you use a non-stick frying pan, you don’t turn it over or anything weird like that and it’s a great warming Spring time dinner. The wild garlic is kept as fresh as possible and adds a subtle flavour, matched really well by the acidity of the capers. …
We went foraging! While the snowdrops are still out, the wild garlic has poked up its first shoots in search of sunshine. We are lucky to have carpets of this delicious green stuff growing just round the corner in a relatively dog free haven! Pick your own and put it into all kinds of savoury dishes. The flavour may at first appear strong, but is easily tempered with other flavours. Serve with pasta or in a pancake or on a piece of toast!…