Archive | October, 2016
vegan brownies

Vegan Brownies

Follow this quick & simple recipe for vegan brownies for when you fancy a decadent treat!   You will need: 125g self raising flour 185g pure unsweetened cocoa 100g caster sugar 120ml soya milk (+ extra 4tbsp soya milk) 2 tbsp vegetable oil 60g vegan friendly margarine 160g brown sugar 1 tbsp vanilla optional vegan […]

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Salmon and mung bean noodles

Tamari Marinated Salmon and Mung Bean Noodle Bowls

A new recipe for Tamari marinated salmon and mung bean noodles from our chef at 155 Bishopsgate, Alan Palmer. It’s really simple, but put in a little extra effort and marinate your salmon overnight – it’ll be worth the wait!   You will need: 1 x 180g Salmon supremes – cut in half 1 chilli […]

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Strawberry Victoria Sponge

Strawberry Victoria Sponge

Time to master a true classic – the Strawberry Victoria Sponge. Perfect for afternoon tea, or any special occasion, the sponge is light and airy and the jam & cream bring back the tastes of summer!   You will need: 500g soft butter 500g self raising flour 8 eggs 1 tsp vanilla essence 1 cup […]

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chocolate and beetroot cake

Chocolate and Beetroot Cake

The secret ingredient in this divinely moist chocolate cake may raise a few eyebrows! But give beetroot a chance – it gives chocolate cake a moistness like no other, along with a hint of earthiness that everyone will approve of. Is there any chance we could count this towards our 5 a day? See the […]

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Deviled Crabs Recipe

National Seafood Week – Deviled Crab In The Shell

You might think of crab meat as a very delicate thing, not suited to the rough and tumble of vinegar, mustard, chilli and other deviling ingredients – but it has a robust depth that can easily hold its own in a dish like deviled crab. Baking the crab in its shell gives you the bonus […]

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Simple Carrot Cake

National Cake Week – Simple Carrot Cake

It’s one of our favourite times of year again – National Cake Week. Not that you ever need the excuse, but now is the perfect (guilt-free?) opportunity to dig into a delicious home made treat, and we’ve decided to keep in simple with a perfectly spiced carrot cake. Follow the recipe below and indulge!   […]

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Coffee cream Layer Pudding

Just because it’s national coffee day!   Ingredients:   – 6 digestive biscuits ,broken – 2 tsp  instant coffee granules -2 tablespoons cocoa – 284 ml double cream – 3 tablespoons icing sugar – 200 ml Greek style yogurt – 1 ladyfinger biscuit   Method: 1.Place the biscuits,coffee and cocoa in a food processor and […]

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National Coffee Day celebrate South Indian Coffee

During the Christmas break I travelled to South India and as an avid coffee drinker was delighted to see the coffee plantations and find out a little more about growing coffee. One of the main area’s within southern India for coffee growing is Wayanad which is an area known for its national parks, wild elephants […]

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