Hello everyone so people saw on my instagram snapchat the other week I made a delicious curry and was requested how I made it, so I thought this week I would share with you guys.
so for the meal I made the other week, it made 4 portions which molly and I had for dinner and then the next day both for lunch. At the begining of the week I chopped up a whole butternutsquash into chunks to use with in the week so for this recipe you can choose either sweet potato, butternut squash or potato.
Madras spice paste
1 can of tomatos
1 can of chickpeas
1 sweet potato
1/2 red onion
Handful of spinach
In a saucepan put some oil and chopped up 1/2 red onion
Chop the sweet potato into chunks and place in the microwave for a couple of minutes, to soften, this makes it quicker!
once finished place the sweet potato in the saucepan to fry off with the onions
After a couple of minutes put 2-3 tablespoons of the paste in the saucepan and stir, so that the onions and potato are marinated in the paste
Add the can of tomatos and chickpeas with spinach
leave to cook for 5-10 mixtutes, till you think it is ready.
serve with salad, rice or popadoms and enjoy!
This is the paste I have used, it seems to be all natural, no gluten and no dairy!
So, for one of my Christmas Presents I received an Origins Gift Box! This was an amazing deal, as the box was worth £150 but with mini sizes of the products, it came to £40! …£40! which is amazing! I think this is such a good idea, as you are able to try all the products out, before committing to buy the actual product prices! So if you haven’t tried these out or interested in buying one, I am going to write a review of each product, so keep reading!
What a lovely day it was yesterday and we get to do it all again today! Yesterday my family hosted Christmas day at ours, we did it a bit different this year, we did a party instead of a sit down meal and it was so lovely. My dad and mum cooked an amazing feast, lots of bubbles and dancing. We spent it with a lovely group of friends and family. Today we are going to the Murray’s house, one of our family friends and having chilli con carne & live singing xxxx
For this post today, I thought I would share some of the Christmas Present I received from family & friends as they are so lovely, and such special gifts.
So yesterday, I went to London with my friends and family for Iceskating at Somerset house (click here for ticket links) and a lovely Christmas dinner at Simpsons (click here website). Doing special days out like this, gets you in the festive mood, seeing the city all decorated with large Christmas ornaments and Christmas lights.
We try to do this every year and it is so special, fun and alcoholic! shouldn’t every day of Christmas be like this?!
It’s not to late for those last minute gifts! for your Mum, Friends, Family or your Girlfriend! Or even little Christmas stocking gifts. I’ve gathered a mix of different presents from the high street, So quickly read this, get ideas and get shopping! Continue reading “Last Minute Gift Ideas”
It’s Christmas! Merry Christmas everyone! I’ve came back to blogging, as I have some helpful posts to share with you, about presents and outfits for this festive season, so keep in tune!
Over Christmas I was very blessed to receive a Charlotte Tilbury Advent Calendar! Click here to get your hands on one!
and I wanted to share how worth while it is, if it’s to get for yourself or your loved ones and maybe this will help with next year advent calendars. These calendars are very high end so I thought it would be good to go through the products with you as I love Charlotte Tilbury’s Magic.
So in this advent calendar, you have 12 boxes to open without any dates, so you can do as you please. I started roughly a couple a weeks ago and have just finished opening the final one, as well as finish the first product I received! Continue reading “Charlotte Tilbury Advent Calendar”
So I did an experiment with making a pizza, which is quick, simple and gluten free and so this is pizza experiment number one!
For the dough base I used 1 cup of Buckwheat Flour, pinch of salt, 1 table spoon of curry powder and gradually added water until necessary, you want the dough not to be sticky. I flattened the dough onto tin foil with my hands.