I cooked a lot of recipes from Lorraine Pascale's cookbook whilst I was at home over Easter, so many in fact that I am splitting this post into two otherwise it will be ridiculously long. Yet again, Lorraine is hitting it out the park in nearly every recipe - I love having a cookbook that I trust so completely! Ready to see what we've been eating?...try not to get too hungry looking at these pictures (I know I will)
Speed: This took a little while but it wasn't massively labour intensive so it was okay
Taste: I liked the mushroomy-ness and of course the pastry, I am just not a massive beef fan so I didn't really enjoy the hunk of steak inside.
Repeat: Not likely
Speed: This was fairly quick and easy - I have never made soup from tomato juice and it made a nice change from tinned tomatoes
Taste: A little bit spicy for me but otherwise this was a tasty soup
Speed: The jam took a little while but it was fairly low maintenance so I didn't mind at all, the toastie itself was very quick
Taste: Delicious! Absolutely the ultimate comfort lunch! I loved it!
Speed: This was a slower cook meal but it was also a put it in and leave it so very little effort involved
Taste: Absolutely delicious! I really enjoyed it - very comforting with mashed potato, a real warmer of a meal!
Speed: Fairly quick and easy to make
Taste: Absolutely gorgeous - I love cauliflower cheese so much - absolutely the best way to eat cauliflower!
Speed: Another slower cook meal but definitely worth it, low effort
Taste: Delicious and comforting with mashed potato and the lovely wine sauce!
What have you been cooking this month? Any favourite recipes?