It’s time for a fiesta as this weeks recipe is Mexican themed!
Enchiladas are a firm favourite in the smith house hold. It’s the perfect dish when every is sitting down and eating together. I got the recipe from The Hairy Dieters book again. The recipe book is something I highly recommend purchasing!
This is probably trickiest recipe I have tried as it’s a a while to make, there are a number ofsteps and ingredient to making the enchiladas. But fear not as I have included a picture of the recipe from the book so it’s simpler for you to follow.
.a pack of soft corn tortillas
.mature cheddar cheese
.chilli flakes ( optional)
.red kidney Beens
Even though this recipe takes longer than the other, it is definelty worth it! If you ever just fancy homemade chilli, then this recipe can be used for that!
Cost and servings
I made 4 portions each containing two wraps each. This came to a grand total of £14.17. This might seem expensive but most items like oil and cheese, you wi already have in the fridge so that will cut down in cost. For each portion, it only comes to £2.36 which is still very good.
Additionally, to make it more of a meal, I added in spicy rice and salad. This went really Well with the enchiladas. This addd on £2 on to the total.
Let me know what you think of this recipe by leaving a comment!
January is the month for going to the gym and green smoothies but you need a little treat to get you through the long, dull month. The little pots of Banoffee pie, is the perfect treat. This is actually one of my best friends mum’s recipe. I was always so excited to go to Lili’s for dinner in the off chance her mum, Monica would make Banoffee pie.
Since becoming more confident in the kitchen, there was no need for anyone else to have to make it for me. Taking under 15 minutes to make, It’s so easy to prepare, you could do it blind folded.
.95g of digestive biscuits
. A banana
. 150ml of double cream
. tinned caramel
Crush digestive biscuit by putting the biscuits in a bag and smashing it up with a rolling pin.
melt around 2 table spoons of butter in a pan then mix crushed biscuit into it until the mixture becomes a golden brown colour.
Put the biscuit mixture into little pots. Anything can be used like ramekins. Fill to half way then put in fridge for 20 minutes.
Take pots out of the fridge and with a knife, generously spread the caramel on top of it.
Chop up a banana and place a couple of slices of banana on top of the caramel.
6. Whip the cream either using a machine or a fork, until it becomes very thick.
7. Spoon the cream on top of the banana then smooth over with a knife.
I added chocolate sprinkles for decoration but it still tastes good without.
Cost & servings
I made 5 pots from the idgediants I had.The total came to £4.08 so per portion, that’s only 96p!