Sweet Potato Wedges – Illustrated Recipe

Sweet Potato Wedges – Illustrated Recipe

It’s been a while between Illustrated Recipes… but that’s not the point.

You see I was watching Nigella before Christmas and she did some very special roast potatoes with this magical ingredient.

OK. Maybe hers wasn’t from Coles.

But I tried them, and oh, they’re good.

I even showed my ‘about to leave home’ son how to make them, in case he needs to make his new housemates like him more… perhaps because he’s spent too long in the shower… stuff like that.

And it’s so easy, but if you’re dealing with kitchen newbies, a picture does help.

So I give you ‘Delish Sweet Potato Wedges‘, and you know what, it works for normal potatoes too.

The steps in photos:

 

And would you believe it? The same magic ingredient works on normal potatoes too.

And here’s your downloadable to print out for the kids. You’re welcome ­čÖé

Pineapple Tea Cake – Illustrated Recipe

Pineapple Tea Cake – Illustrated Recipe

I needed a little something because we were having visitors, and we had a tin of pineapple pieces in the pantry… so this is what I made – delish with the butter and cinnamon sugar brushed over the top of each cake too!

Hope you love it (and they’re definitely yummier warm!).

Click to download a printable pdf.

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Spinach & Ricotta Fillo Pies – Illustrated Recipe

Spinach & Ricotta Fillo Pies – Illustrated Recipe

I see these in cafes often (actually, I don’t go to cafes often, but in all the times in my life I’ve been to cafe’s, it seems to me that Spinach and Ricotta Fillo Pies are often on the menu… it’s not a scientific study or anything).

So I thought I’d figure out how to make them.

Turns out it’s not that hard! And if you’ve got frozen spinach you’re already halfway there.

Happy days!

Click the image to download the PDF of my Spinach and Ricotta Fillo Pies recipe!

Spinach and Ricotta Fillo Pies by Shiny Happy Art