Santapés A little green beard, a flash of prosciutto for a face, white woolly scarf, shiny black feet and a pointed red hat – Chelsea’s Santa Christmas Canapés! There’s nothing new about the combination of flavours I’ve used here, but I tell you what, I haven
Stuffed cheesy Mediterranean BBQ rolls Lamb schnitzels are a lot smaller than beef , and not as easy to come buy – ask your butcher and they’ll be able to sort some out for you! The flavour of the lamb is so delicious. If not, just use beef schnitzels, it’ll still ta
Fudgey Christmas chocolate truffles (gluten/dairy-free) This recipe is in my new book, Scrumptious! Rich, fudgey and not too sweet, these are the perfect little treat to bring out with a tea or coffee – any time, not just at Christmas! Dietary variations There are two recipes be
Thai chicken satay with peanut sauce If you can’t be bothered making the peanut sauce (or if you want a lighter option) you can leave it out; the marinated skewers are still delicious on their own with a squeeze of lime and some fresh coriander, mint or basil scattered on top.
White chocolate and berry scrolls If you think cooking with yeast and getting things to ‘rise’ is scary, you have to stop those thoughts right now. It really couldn’t be simpler, and the result will delight you! Just buy a jar of little brown yeast granules from your