Blood oranges are one of the few seasonal ingredients we still have. Sicilian and Spanish oranges are particularly good. The feta is my addition and is optional, but a lovely one which accentuates the contrast of sweet and savoury and also adds texture and colour. It makes a refreshing and different starter. Replace the blood oranges with regular oranges out of season.
I learned this recipe in a cooking class and it turned out to be a very successful dish with a surprising flavour combination. It is a wonderful use for date honey (silan in Hebrew), which is very popular in the Israeli kitchen. Date honey or date syrup is available from some UK supermarkets.
Serves: 4 - 6
Preparation: 15 mins
Cooking: 15 mins
The flavour of smoked salmon is pleasantly complimented by the chard and dill pancakes in this delightful dish. These savoury pancakes, paired with the Sunday papers and a cup of coffee, could be the start of a perfect day.
Indulge with these killer chocolate and pear muffins. They are soft and delicious. I love the combination of pear and chocolate, but you can also leave the pears out and treat yourself to pure chocolate heaven. I made heart shaped muffins but you can use any muffin shape you like or use the whole mixture to bake an 18cm cake. The chocolate sauce contains uncooked eggs.
This dish — which I make with gluten-free pasta — is quick and easy, I always have frozen peas and a jar of ready-made caramelised red onion to hand. Coconut milk gives this dish a creaminess. Serve warm or as a salad.