The below is not up to date, I’m afraid! However…
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Rosemary, Lentil and Tomato Soup
Thai Spiced Squash and Coconut Soup
Quinoa Stuffed Courgette Flowers
Sweetcorn and Green Pepper Fritters
Red Pepper and Goats’ Cheese Tarty Things
Sweetcorn and Green Pepper Fritters
Sweet Potato and Spinach Samosas
Baked Honey and Mustard Butterbeans
Broccoli with Chilli and Garlic
Honey Roasted Carrots and Parsnips
Pistachio, Dill and Broadbean Rice
Romanesco with Coriander and Chilli
Black Bean and Sweet Potato Burrito
Carrot, Cumin and Chickpea Burgers
Chanterella and Cauliflower Pie
Cherry tomato, rocket and basil spaghetti
Chickpea Cakes with Tomato Raita
Goat’s Cheese, Chard and Pepper Lasagne
Puy Lentils with Aubergine and Red Onion
Squash Stuffed with Goats Cheese and Roasted Veg
Roast Chicken with Root Vegetables
PIZZA, PASTA, RISOTTO AND GNOCCHI
Courgette, Chilli and Garlic Pasta
Fennel, Onion & Pine Nut Pasta
Garlic, Chilli & Parsley Tagliatelle
Penne Baked with Fresh Tomatoes
Spagetti with Slow Roasted Tomatoes and Basil
Curried Noodles with Prawns and Chard
Spaghetti with Fish and Garlic
Roasted Fennel and Shallot Salad
Roasted Squash and Chickpea Salad
Ruby Red Grapefruit and Baby Spinach Salad
Tomato, Tuna and Butterbean Salad
Buttermilk Pannacotta with Blueberries
Mustikkapiirakka (Finnish Blueberry Pie)
Chocolate Chip and Walnut Bit Cake
Cottage Cheese and Oregano Bread
Courgette and Pumpkin Seed Bread
Cranberry and White Chocolate Cookies
Finnish Apple Cake – Omenakakku
Raspberry and Poppyseed Muffins
Creamy Walnut and Parsley Pesto
Passion Fruit and Apple Granita
Thank you very much for sharing these fine recepies with us!!! They are all great. God bless you!!!
Eleni – Welcome! Thank you for the kind words. 🙂
I just found your blog and am loving it…..i’m scottish but living on the west coast of america (i read that was one of the places you are contemplating visiting next summer and highly suggest you do – i’d be happy to help with any travel/hotel/restaurant tips).
Alison – Hello, welcome and thank you! May just take you up on the offer of tips next year. 🙂
Hi Wendy, I’ve just noticed that your morrocan spiced courgette link actually leads to your courgette bread.
Maninas – Thank you! It’s sorted now!
I have just found your site and enjoy it very much. Thanks.
I noticed from above you hope to travel to America & I too live on the west coast (Portland Oregon) so drop a line if you are coming our way.
Murphy – Thanks for the offer! Will do if I’m in the area. 🙂
Wrong day for me to look at your page coz I’m a muslim and we just stared fasting for the month of Ramadhan yesterday.
Are you in the UK?..silly q it does say Scottish food blog.
I noticed some asian recipes..are the from asian friends or asian recipe books?
make me something for tonight if you want I’m really feeling hungry now.
Maji6 – Hello!
I used to tutor a muslim girl in the evenings and remember having to work with gorgeous curry smells wafting through the house. I could barely contain myself even after having eaten dinner. No idea how the family managed to control themselves. 🙂
I am in Scotland. The Asian recipes are mostly from cook books or from travel influences (Japan and Thailand) or from restaurant inspiration (especially the Indian food).
Tonight I had this – http://www.quickindiancooking.com/2008/07/01/a-question-of-balance/ – It was amazing!
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Hi. I am an assistant producer on ITV’s ‘Britain’s Best Dish’ and we are currently looking for amateur chef’s for our new series. We have an audition in Glasgow on Saturday the 29th of May. Your dishes sound wonderful and if you would be interested in submitting a couple of them please give me a ring.
My contact number is
0207 157 4751.
I made che chili bean soup, and it was delicious !I am a lousy cook, and even I could make a descent dish with your recipe. I had my family coming over ( my worst critics ) and everybody loved it. Thanks
do you have a recipe for macaroon bars
Hi Janice. I don’t, sorry. Will ask David, my partner, if he’s ever made them. Don’t think he has though…
Update! Just been on Jacqueline’s blog and Mairi’s and they’ve both just posted about Scottish macaroons. Not bars but are these what you’re looking for?
Oh how lovely your recipes are, so glad I found you, what a pleasure to read your blog. On the “what can I do for a change” days I just have a look through your lovely collection and away I go, off into the kitchen with renewed vigor! Thank you
I am so excited to have found this blog! I’m Scottish but know more about Italian food than Scottish food by far, so it’s fantastic to see such a fab recipe list to turn to when I’m feeling homesick. Thank you thank you thank you!!!
Hi there, I am a new blogger and I was looking for other Scottish food blogs when I found yours. Great recipe index, cute dog (on a parallel with my own two!). Hope to learn more from your well established blog – not least great recipes – and photography I can only aspire to. Thanks, Tracey
Thank you so much for this great blog and recipes! We visited Scotland last year for the first time, and fell in love with your beautiful country; this brings me right back to our visit and makes me wish I was still there enjoying the people, food and natural beauty. I am excited to try some of your recipes, with the hopes I can make it a “Scottish Meal”! (we’re from Idaho, USA) Many thanks again!
what is the temp on a reg oven???? 170 Oc ????
Hi Wendy – I am looking for Scottish food bloggers to work with for cake related product reviews and giveaways. Would you be interested? If so please drop me an email. Many thanks! Louise