Highlights from Foodies 100 bloggers: Sides

Gobi 65

Tender cauliflower florets coated in puffy batter and scented with cumin seeds and curry leaves ; Gobi 65 from ‘Nava-K’.


Peanut Sundal- A Navratri Oblation Recipe

This Peanut Sundal- A Navratri Oblation recipe is from ‘Sandhya’s Kitchen’ . This is a protein packed legume snack, ideal as an accompaniment for evening tea.


Kerabu Taugeh (Bean Sprouts Salad)

From ‘Nava -K’ this Kerabu Taugeh (Bean Sprouts Salad) is meatless, simple and made with a couple of ingredients, yet bold in Malaysian flavours.


Wasabi Panna Cotta

Whilst Wasabi Panna Cotta sounds an unlikely combination ‘Why is there Air?’ says that this subtle dish makes a great accompaniment to seafood or fish. It does look very lovely.


Balsamic Watermelon Salad

Clinging on to the unseasonably warm days we are having with this mouth watering Balsamic Watermelon Salad from the ‘Let’s Talk Mommy’ kitchen.


Feta and Cheddar Cheese Stuffed Peppers

This mouthwatering recipe of Feta and Cheddar Cheese Stuffed Peppers from ‘Tasty Food For Busy Mums’  is a speedy recipe perfect for a midweek supper


Onion Tomato Mint Chutney

This Onion Tomato Mint Chutney from ‘Sandhya’s Kitchen’ is a great accompaniment to lentil pancakes, lentil doughnuts or a topping for crackers.


Indian Fish Achar (Pickle)

From Nava-K we have an addictive, tantalising Indian Fish Achar (Pickle) that is tangy, spicy and sweet.


Homemade Tahini

‘That Girl Cooks Healthy’ is spoiling us with an easy Homemade Tahini recipe which is suitable for gluten free, vegetarian, vegan and paleo diets. Mmmmm.


Baked Courgettes

Do you have a glut of courgettes to use up? Then try this delicious recipe from ‘De Tout Cour Limousin’, Baked Courgettes with feta, tomato, mint and marjoram. Mmmmm.


Cheddar and Spring Onion Courgette Fritters

From the ‘I’d Much Rather Bake than…’ kitchen we have Summer Courgette Fritters that are well flavoured with cheddar and sliced spring onions.


Caprese Canapés

Caprese Canapés from ‘Ramsons and Bramble’ for brunch anyone? – Lightly toasted slivers of sourdough bread, topped with slow-dried cherry tomatoes, creamy buffalo mozzarella and home made pesto.


Make Your Own Slow-Dried Cherry Tomatoes

Tangy morsels of umami deliciousness. Fresh cherry tomatoes, seasoned and slow roasted until caramelised, flavourful and juicy. I think we all need Slow-Dried Cherry Tomatoes in our lives, thanks ‘Ramsons and Bramble’ for the idea.


Double Chocolate Cake Pop Truffles or Petit Fours

Turn cake disasters into delicious Cake Pop Truffles or just make cake especially for these irresistibly cute treats from ‘I’d Much Rather Bake Than…’


Sweet Potato & Pork Dumplings

Sweet Potato and Pork Dumplings; ‘ Misplaced Brit’s’ delicious twist on a classic Swedish dish (Kroppkakor) from Grandma’s handwritten recipe.


Asparagusto! Easy Cheesy Baked Asparagus

Asparagusto! An easy peasy cheesy baked asparagus recipe- full of farmers market finds and done in twenty minutes, from ‘Lauren Geisler’.


Tomato Cumin Soup

This Tomato Cumin Soup is perfumed with cumin seeds, bay leaves and brightly coloured with turmeric powder. Thanks to ‘Nava-K’ for sharing this tasty recipe.


Thai Style Mango Fish

Fried fish on a bed of mango salad comprising of red chillies, peanuts, coriander, kaffir lime leaves and spring onion make up this wonderful Thai Style Mango Fish dish from ‘Nava-K’


Homemade Cashew Vegan Butter

This non dairy Cashew Butter from ‘That Girl Cooks Healthy’ is palm oil and soya free.


Kentish Cherry Ketchup

The cherry season is upon us and a great idea from ‘Frugally Well’ is to make Cherry Ketchup which is a great accompaniment to cold cuts, sausages, cheese and more.


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