Scrambled Eggs on Toast

Scrambled Eggs on Toast

This is one of those starter meals that children should learn from a fairly early age because Scrambled Eggs on Toast is both easy and safe to make. All it needs is bread, eggs, a bowl and a fork to cook. A plate plus a knife and fork to eat…

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Sweet Chilli and Potato Omelette

Sweet Chilli and Potato Omelette

It started out from a recipe that I had seen many years ago for Spanish style cooking. It turned into this Sweet Chilli and Potato Omelette. Very filling as it also contains other vegetables plus the slight spice of the chilli sauce on top adds to the flavour. A sprinkling…

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Kedgeree

A recipe by Ian Dixon

Some say that Kedgeree began as a Scottish dish as a result of the British colonization of India. Others say that it is a traditional Indian dish. Whichever is true is unimportant and this is our version. It makes for a great curried fish meal that is easy and quick…

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Ham, Egg and Beans

It is almost a classic on toast recipe but with a difference. This meal of Ham, Egg and Beans comes on a base of pitta instead of traditional bread. So why did I use pitta? Simply because it keeps better than regular bread so I waste less. Living alone means…

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Mustard Devilled Eggs

Mustard Devilled Eggs

When looking for a light lunch then look no further than these Mustard Devilled Eggs(alternate spelling: deviled eggs). They do require some work in advance, mainly to hard boil the eggs and prepare the dressing. Eggs are something I frequently hard boil in batches as they are so flexible for…

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Sausage, Egg and Baked Beans on Toast

Sausage, Egg and Baked Beans on Toast

Sausage, Egg and Baked Beans on Toast comes somewhere between a great lunchtime treat and a filling dinner. Definitely something from the Stodgy British School of Cooking though. It can be prepared in only a few moments with a little forward planning. Simply cook up some extra sausages and eggs…

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