I have been taking part in a years cookery challenge to try cooking all the recipes in one cookery book. The book I have chosen is " River Cottage Every Day" by Hugh Fearnley- Whittingstall (see my previous post here.)
Unfortunately I have only managed on average to try one new recipe a week- so I still have a long way to go but we have enjoyed all of the dishes we have tried. What has impressed us most with these recipes is the blend of different flavours and textures that make the vegetable dishes so tasty and interesting.
Beetroot and walnuts with a yogurt dressing.
Sweet potato, puy lentil and rocket salad
Curried egg, lentils and parsley rollsAs it is heading towards summer here we have started to try more summery dishes one of the more wintry dishes we dishes we really enjoyed was Wild mushroom stoop. It falls between a soup and a stew and we thought it was much more tasty than most meat stews we have taken.
We have always enjoyed eating lentils and Hugh has included them in many of his recipes. I would never have thought of adding them to sandwiches and they were delicious.
The other participants in the cookery challenge are:-
Lucent Imagery * From River’s Edge * Explody Full * Christa to the Max *Juanita Tortilla
If you are interested in joining, please contact Lucent Imagery- you can start at any time.
Have you tried any new recipes or cook books recently that you have enjoyed?