Bella’s Trifecta of Melbourne Cup Dips: Romesco, Sun Dried Tomato Humus, and Lemon Ricotta… As seen on The Morning Show

Melbourne Cup is almost here! It’s the race that stops a nation… But if you’re not a victorian, chances are you’ll be at work... which means you'll be celebrating with your workmates! We'll be down at the cup, so make sure you tune into Channel 7 for all the coverage [...]

By |November 2nd, 2015|

Sammy’s Pork Chops with Romesco and Caramelised Carrots, as seen on The Morning Show

They say that most of us only have about 7-10 dishes in our cooking repertoire and we just keep repeating them over and over again. Although some of us might every now and then try something new, its not often that we add a new dish to our go to [...]

By |October 31st, 2014|

Recipe: Spanish baked eggs with Morcilla, as seen in Food on Tap

Autumn is finally here and there is nothing we love more than warm baked eggs in the morning to get you up and going. This Spanish style uses our favorite variety of blood pudding – Morcilla, (pronounced Morth-i-ya). The typical spices used in the sausage are cinnamon, sweet and spicy paprika, [...]

By |May 1st, 2013|

Recipe: Leftover Ham + Piquillo Pepper Tortilla Espanola, as seen in Food on Tap

For more delicious recipes, see www.foodontap.com.au Ham, ham and more ham!!! Ham ham ham. Ham ham ham. Sick of it yet? You won’t be when you go loco for this tortilla espanola, a potatoey, onioney, eggy (and now hammy and red capsicumy) dish - perfect for keeping handy in the [...]

By |December 19th, 2012|

Recipe: Chorizo, white bean and cavolo nero soup, as seen in Food on Tap

This is one of those soups that not only warms you up, but also fills you up with lots of delicious and healthy ingredients. This dish is inspired by the flavours of Tuscany, with deliciously creamy white beans (canellini beans) and rich and slighltly metallic cavelo nero, sometimes called Tuscan [...]

By |June 18th, 2012|

Recipe: King prawns in a spicy tomato sauce – as seen in the Daily Telegraph

Part 3. To die for. This very saucy dish is perfect for mopping up the sauce with bread, it's almost better than the prawns themselves!

By |February 15th, 2012|

Recipe: Morcilla stuffed Capsicums

Morcilla is the Spanish version of black pudding. The blood is thickened with rice, rather than bed or cereal, giving it a smoother texture than its northern European counterpart. It also has stronger spicing, with plenty of nutmeg flavours coming through.

By |January 17th, 2011|