This recipe literally costs about 20c to make and tastes insanely good. My boys ate 2 each and wanted more!!! Makes x 12 decent sized tortillas. Enjoy! 3 cups plain flour 1 tsp salt 1 tsp baking powder 1 cup warm water 1/3 cup olive oil Add dry ingredients and mix together Add water and… Continue reading Tortilla Recipe
1 Roast chicken 1/4 cup sweet chilli sauce (hot would be good too) 1 3/4 cup cheese (Mozzarella, cheddar or a mix of any you like) 1/4 cup spring onions sliced thinly Salt and pepper 1 cup plain flour 2 eggs beaten Bread crumbs Oil to deep fry Pick meat off chicken and diced very… Continue reading Roast Chicken Cheese Balls
Keeping the kids interested in their veg can get tough.. mine are pretty good but I try to keep it a bit interesting for them. Tonight I made a potato bake with a twist… obviously adding cheese makes anything taste amaze but eh whatever works. This side was yummy so had to share. Enjoy guys… Continue reading Sweet Potato Side Dish
All I want is pasta! Pregnancy turns me into the biggest pig. I could literally eat this whole bake to myself…I won’t, but I could 😉😉 This is the easiest to make and tastes sooooo good! Enjoy x 425grm Plain Tuna 500grm pasta of your choice… spirals are great for little toddler hands…My toddler rarely… Continue reading Creamy Tuna Bake
250grm beef mince 250grm pork mince 1/2 cup fresh coriander roughly chopped 1 garlic clove crushed 2 tsp soy sauce 1 egg 1/2 tsp ginger 1/4 cup plain flour Pepper Mix all ingredient except flour and pepper in a bowl. Roll into balls and then roll in the flour (sprinkled with pepper) Fry balls in… Continue reading Asian Inspired Meatballs
How good do these bad boys look ! I tell you what they smell amazing too. Miss 8 tells me they’re soooooo good. I nibbled the edge of one, afraid if I have one I’ll devour the lot. I’m not yet strong enough to stop at one. This recipe is quick and easy plus budget… Continue reading Jam Drops
So this post is as boring as bat shit but it’s a staple and I had to share.
Black beans go with so many dishes, I add them to burritos, tacos, chilli, wraps, nachos…you get the idea. We pick up a bag from the Central Markets here in Adelaide and they cost next to nothing.
First thing to do is soak your beans overnight, simply place in a large bowl fill with water and leave.
In the morning drain the beans and add with a few bits and pieces to your slow cooker.
- 6 garlic cloves
- 1 onion chopped
- 1 capsicum chopped
- 1 tsp cumin
- 1 tsp oregano
- 2 bay leaves
- 1 tsp chilli (optional)
- Salt and pepper
- 1 pound black beans
- First saute onion, capsicum and garlic
- Add everything to the slow cooker
- Cook on high for 4 hours or low for 8. *Note, check after 4 and if any crunch to beans cook longer
- When cooked and cooled divide up into portions and freeze. **if using on the day add a some lime jucie and coriander for a kick then add to your dish
Simple boring recipe and probably easier to buy canned but I still get icky using canned goods so prefer this method.