Welcome to my second monthly edition of 'Recipe Roundup'. I am so glad that you guys enjoyed the first round up of the recipes on other peoples blogs I'd been enjoying last month, so, without further ado I'd like to introduce you to my favourite recipes that I can't wait to make that I have seen in the month of February!
- One of my favourtie food blogs for totally filthy deliciousness, How Sweet Eats has done it again with Spicy Mini Meatball Grilled Cheese.
- Also from How Sweet Eats, the moment I saw her recipe for Beer Glazed Citrus Chicken with Orange Arugula Greens I knew I had my 'new weeknight dinner recipe' issues sorted.
- Michelle tells us how to make Homemade Sprinkles. What?
- Deb has made Dijon and Cognac Beef Stew. How simply perfect does that sound?
- My favourite Italian blogger, Emiko Davies has made Crostini with Cannellini and Anchovies. Top off a crostini with some of my favourite things, make it pretty and I'm sold.
- Tess has made Piri Piri Chicken Wings. Can it be Summer already, please?
- David Lebovitz has posted the recipe for a Red Wine Poached Pear Tart that is both very French, and a refreshing spin on tradition.
- Also from David, I keep seeing Kumquats at Borough Market and thinking of his Kumquat Marmalade. I remember my Mother & Grandmother making it when I was little!
- This Creamy Vegan Butternut Squash Linguini is right up my street for a weeknight dinner.
- Lottie + Doof has made English Muffin Bread. I have no words.
- Joy has made a It's Not Summer Yet Greek Pasta Salad that not only echoes my sentiments exactly, but reminds me of the sort of thing I made when I was moving out of my LA place too.
- I've been reading a lot about Greek Lemon Soup recently, so I think this Greek Lemon Soup with Chicken & Orzo is something I really must try soon.
- Staying on soups, Chickpea, Lemon & Miso Noodle Soup anyone?
- I don't care if this post is technically kids food, but this recipe for Zuni's Pasta with Preserved Tuna seems like the perfect weeknight supper for me.
This month, as far as other peoples recipes I've been making I enjoyed What To Cook Tonight's Pancetta, Pea & Sage Orecchiette twice in the space of one week. I'd really recommend it, and best of all it is part of their free sample pack of recipes they have put out ahead of their subscription service launch next month, which you can download here; there is also a recipe for Chicken Fajitas with Homemade Salsa & Guacamole and Vanilla Pound Cake with Caramel Sauce and Crushed Strawberry Cream in there I can't wait to try as well. Also, stay tuned on the blog over the next few weeks, as I've got a feature on What To Cook Tonight with a little treat from the WTCT team in it in the works!
What recipes have you particularly been enjoying making this month, or have you stumbled across that you can't wait to try? I also made a pretty fantastic sausage casserole from The Times Eat! Saturday supplement too, but you'll have to wait to hear about that because my own personal twist on it will be appearing on the blog on Monday!