These easy to make, golden crispy flatbreads are the perfect accompaniment to so many dishes, platters, picnics, bowls of soup, pizza bases, the list is endless.
A very quick, beautiful and versatile dish that can be served with breakfast, brunch, or as a side for dinner. If you’re a vegan / vegetarian, just leave out the bacon or add a soy alternative like sgaia. This recipe is also divine, served crumbled with some feta cheese or with regular cheddar and finished under the grill – totally up to you.
When you’re friends turn up to your BBQ, with that mate who eats ‘nothing with a face’, turn your frown upside down with these crispy, delicious babies. Oh yes, once you get one of these between two buns who needs meat? (well I do, but they won’t care because these are incredible). Pair with my coconut slaw and a dash of hot sauce and Mama is in TOWN!! Also, these babies are GF too!
I make this pesto every week, why, because it can be used with so many different dishes. Try it in sandwiches, on pizza, with grilled meats or drizzle through a good soup. Fabulous on an anti pasta platter or tossed through some pasta or mashed potato. Even for breakfast on hot toast with avocado……oohhh… somebody stop me!
Whether I grow 1,2 or 5 tomato plants, at the end of the Summer season, I always have enough tomatoes for my whole neighbourhood, which luckily for me is a good thing. Homegrown tomatoes (or any for that matter), especially freshly picked and full of the sun are the perfect ingredient for this sweet n easy chutney. This recipe belonged to my children’s grandfather, Popsie, who was a fab home cook and my best friend.
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