This really was very easy to make, and my 17 year old son loved it! So when you’re on a winner, it’s got to be illustrated. It wasn’t much to photograph though. So I didn’t. Best not to judge a book by it’s cover and all that.
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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.
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I needed something quick and special for lunchboxes the other day, and wanted to use lemons… but only had brown sugar. So I googled around and found this recipe that ended up being so delicious it’ll definitely be made again!
To be honest, I may have gotten distracted in my first run through and only added in about 1/3 of the flour, so that batch were flat and I ended up sandwiching two together to save them. And wouldn’t you know it, they were delicious too!
So I figure if a recipe can survive missing 2/3 of a fairly important ingredient, and STILL TASTE GREAT, it deserves a place here in my year of illustrated recipes.
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I’m absolutely loving my connection with the lovely Megan Neilson of ‘Cooked by me + delivered’ and I recently asked her permission to share her recipe for Lamb Kofta.
When my family tried Megan’s Koftas not long ago the meal was noteworthy because EVERYBODY* IN MY FAMILY LOVED IT – from 6 year olds to 52 year olds!
I have bought the ingredients and made it myself since then. My Wednesday Wonderers even drew the ingredients along with me a few weeks ago. I’d just say not to skimp on the lemon in the Tabouli and to chop the cucumber nice and small (Mr 17 year old thought slicing would suffice… and it didn’t really… but I was so glad he made it I didn’t say anything!).
So click to download the pdf of this brand new recipe and add it to your collection. You can cook it too if you like!
*except for my Vegan 14 year old who would have loved them if he ate meat. Sigh.