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Saved Recipe Spiced Veggies with Polenta and Cilantro-Peach Chutney by kusum gupta
6 days ago on Food.com
Reviewed Pumpkin & Lentil Lasagna
I doubled the garlic, used a large shallot instead of onion and left out the pepper and mint. Other than that I followed it exactly. The sauce looks like vomit but tastes so amazingly good hubby and I were truly gobsmacked. Will make again whenever pumpkins are in season. Nomnomnom"
Mar 26, 2012 on Food.com
"Very tasty. I added a courgette, fresh tomatoes, and mushrooms. I kept half for me and added half to hubby's minced beef. I would make it again and make a massive batch for the freezer. It is nice and easy to make and the red wine defo adds to the richness. It would work best as a base for lasagne etc. I wouldn't have it again just with pasta. Havi..."
Mar 11, 2012 on Food.com
I am a stay-at-home wife and PhD student. Hubby and I are both obsessed by food and travelling - hoorah! I love experimenting with easy dinners, but I love very complicated desserts! Main meals are great and I love them but I get much more pleasure from outrageous deserts. The kind of thing that takes all day because it has three layers and each one has to be made separately.
I hope to post more recipes but finding the time is hard. When I review recipes I try to use the following ratings:
5 stars = great, I will make it again perhaps many times
4 stars = good, I will make it again but it needs some improvement for my tastes
3 stars = ok, I rarely make these again but sometimes I do - but with changes
2 stars = something went wrong
1 star = if I ever need to use this I won't post a review. I am too much of a scaredy custard
I will always be honest and will try to give constructive feedback as well as say what I did differently. In cases where something went wrong I will try to explain why.
Whatever rating I give though - thank you for posting.
The best thing I have ever eaten:
A yoghurt bubble at Els Brancs, a restaurant at the hotel Bellavista in Spain. It was a perfect bubble of yoghurt jelly and when I bit into it yoghurt came running out. It was the smallest thing on the plate which was the 2nd of 7 amazing courses but it was most definitely the most amazing thing I have ever had. I have no idea how it was made.
My favourite cuisine to eat:
Chinese food - which I can't cook at all, restaurants every time I am afraid
English food - which I am great at
My favourite meal:
Roast lamb with all the trimmings closely followed by any other sort of lamb dinner
My favourite pudding:
What people always ask me to cook:
Chocolate Biscuit cake
My easiest dinner party recipe:
Blackened chicken with dijonnaise sauce and balsamic goat's cheese crostini
I could go on but that is enough for now!