Louisiana Voo Doo
A soulful chicken and sausage soup with bell peppers and smoked paprika created after our expedition around New Orleans searching for the perfect recipe.
We can almost taste the sound of horns with a hint of stumbling into a steamy festival in full swing. Serving suggestion, enjoy with some Cajun jazz turned up loud.Learn More –
Speechless In Sri Lanka
A creamy vegetable soup inspired by a traip through Sri Lanka. Made with coconut, mixed with curry leaves and spiced with turmeric.
If you close your eyes you can taste a touch of riding on the backs of elephants through dense, stunningly verdant jungles.Learn More –
Intrigue In Istanbul
A hearty lentil & vegetable soup that is also low in fat.
Blended with sumac, lsot pepper and lightly spiced with Harisa. Inspired by a trek along the spice trail this soup is sprinkled with herbs sourced from the Levant and some of Turkey's best-kept secrets waiting to be found.Learn More –
POSTED TO NEWS ON - 7th May 2014 - 12.26PM
We recently closed our Adventure Through Prizes competition, the last winner was drawn on the 06th May 2014. Thank you for all of your entries since we launched the competition and congratulations once again to all previous winners, we hope you enjoyed your prizes! A list of our most recent winners is below. Keep an eye out for our next on-pack promotion for more chances to win with GLORIOUS! ...
POSTED TO NEWS ON - 6th May 2014 - 3.43PM
“What is New Orleans? New Orleans is Creole gumbo,filé gumbo, cowan gumbo, chicken gumbo, smoked sausage gumbo, hot sausage gumbo, onion gumbo.” Kermit Ruffins, New Orleans vocalist and trumpeter In New Orleans gumbo is THE food, present on the tables of both rich and poor, in the country and city and on every restaurant menu (there are even restaurants dedicated to the many forms of gumbo). It’s one of those interesting dishes where different cultures have, over time added their...
POSTED TO NEWS ON - 15th April 2014 - 9.30AM
On a recent venture to the Big Easy I was fortunate enough to experience a lovely big slice of down ‘n’ dirty New Orleans soul food. I ate from one end of the culinary spectrum – grits and gravy, all the way through ‘gator’ dogs (I’ll get to them) to the most refined filé gumbo you could hope to taste; scribbling away as I went to share the details of my visit, in the hopes that others can more easily find their way to the good stuff. First up, try and take the tram or walk, locals ...
POSTED TO RECIPE WALL ON - 11th February 2013 - 2.44PM
For Basic Pancakes (8-10). . 100g Plain Flour. 2 Eggs. 300ml Semi – skimmed milk. Pinch salt. 1tbsp Vegetable oil plus extra for frying. (chopped coriander or spring onions can be also added). 100g Diced Cooked Ham. 20g Chopped Spring Onion. 1 Whole Diced/ De Seeded Tomato. 1 Pot Glorious Smokin Jalapeno Sauce
POSTED TO RECIPE WALL ON - 4th October 2012 - 12.11PM
1 Onion. 1 or 2 carrots. Chicken or Vegetable Stock. 2 x 400g tins of ChickPeas. 1-2 Tbs Harrisa - home made is best. 1-2 Tbs Cumin - preferably freshly roasted and ground seed, but powder will be ok. Salt to taste
POSTED TO RECIPE WALL ON - 29th June 2012 - 10.35PM
â€¢ 2 tbsp vegetable oil. â€¢ 125ml maple syrup or golden syrup. â€¢ 2 tbsp honey. â€¢ 1 tbs vanilla extract / essence. â€¢ 300g oats. â€¢ 50g sunflower seeds. â€¢ 4 tbsp sesame seeds. â€¢ 50g pumpkin seeds. â€¢ 100g flaked almonds. â€¢ Handful of your favourite nuts. â€¢ 100g dried berries (find them in the baking aisle). â€¢ 50g coconuts flakes or desiccated coconut. â€¢ Cinnamon and nutmeg 1 tablespoon of each. â€¢ Handful of crushed Ore...