Tried and Tested Pins – Super Suppers

Sorry for the lack of posts dear readers, I’m back in town, and cooking up some tasty super suppers. Mary looked after Pinterest Picks while I was away did you read it?

I didn’t have the motivation to right about Vietnam when I got back, having spent 3 weeks away from computers and often wifi and/or any sort of phone signal I was enjoying time away from technology. I hope to give you some tid bits soon. There’s no Vietnamese food but I am kicking off this super suppers post with a Thai inspired dish…

The Pin: Pad Thai Salad from The Londoner

My Version:

Tried and Tested Pins Super Suppers Salad

What I Changed: 

I love The Londoner’s recipes. Rosie writes really simple to follow instructions are they are always full of flavour. This recipe is a firm favourite in our house now, I think I’ve made it 3 times since.

The Pin: Potato Farls from The Guardian

My Version:

Tried and Tested Pins Super Supper Farls

What I Changed:

I love Paul Rankin’s potato farls but they aren’t cheap and as they are pretty much just potato I pinned this recipe with grand ideas to make my own. Picking them up in waitrose is quick and easy and we don’t often have potatoes in the house. When I had some sprouting ones in the cupboard leftover from a roast I knew what to do! This recipe makes 8 so you could freeze some but mine didn’t make it to the freezer, they were surprisingly easy and I would definitely make them again. A great pairing with soup, salad or cheeses for a simple super supper.

The Pin: Cauliflower Soup from Nic’s Nutrition

My Version:

Super Supper Cauliflower Soup

What I Changed:

We’re not avoiding dairy but I am a big fan of Oatly milk (it foams beautifully for coffee) David made this one and found it really easy. We froze half and it reheated very well with none of the splitage that some times happens.

 

The Pin: Moroccan Spiced Mince from BBC Good Food.

My Version:

A photo posted by Stephanie (@stephaniemuzzall) on

What I Changed:

Such a beautiful summery dinner but warm enough to heat up a winters evening.
Have you tried any recipes from Pinterest?
What is your favourite simple supper?

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