A wrap roaring success!


A wrap roaring success!

Busy busy time at work at the moment so will not be posting too much for a few days…but lunch today was a wrap-simple and delicious. Garlic and coriander wraps laid out flat – one half spread with a layer of serrano ham, then some finely chopped spring onions, sliced manzana tomatoes, slices of buffalo mozzarella , a few slices of red chilli, basil leaves and then another layer of serrano ham. Fold over the empty half – lightly dust a frying pan with olive oil – heat it up, then carefully slide in two of these babies. After a minute or so carefully turn them with a spatula or fish slice. They are hummingly yummy.

Play about with the fillings until I get back!

Sunny Sundays were made for these…


Sunny Sundays were made for these...

Lunch today out in the garden in what felt like the hottest day of the year to date was a simple affair but satisfying and mouth -filling. Not least as I was of a mind to make a plate of bocadillos – literally little mouthfuls. I bought a bag of these rather fab little bread rolls which came in a bag of 13 – a baker’s dozen – I popped them in the oven for 5 minutes at 160c – let them cool a little and filled them with a mix of sweet red chilli peppers called peppadews finely sliced, spring onions finely chopped, some Italian smoked ham, slivers of tomatoes and rocket. The faintest drizzle of olive oil finished them off. You can play about with the fillings – everything from manchego to parma ham to anchovies – just mix in whatever you have in. These are fun sandwiches. We sat out and munched on them with a crisp glass of white to wash them down. I have a new app called Mystic which is very creative when it comes to food photography so this is one of the first experiments with it. Anyways, this has been a good day and I hope you enjoyed your Sunday too. Bless you all!