Nigel slater nuts recipes

Nigel’s Low Carb Cheesecake

Nigel’s Low Carb Cheesecake

Back in the good old days when I used to eat cheesecake in the mistaken impression that it was lower GI than pure sugar, and therefore ‘better’ for you, I used to make Nigel Slater’s Creamy Cheesecake with Damson Sauce
Fruit and nut cake

Fruit and nut cake

 And from one of my most favoured cooks – Nigel Slater.  Nigel’s pebble crumble suggestion is wonderfully fitting, providing little nuggets of crunch – a welcome presence amongst sponge and cooked fruit
what's in season: september

what's in season: september

I'll be making one of my favourite recipe discoveries, from Nigel Slater of baked tomatoes with coconut and spices
Plum and walnut cake...

Plum and walnut cake...

Below cake - plum and walnut cake - was inspired by one of the recipes I found in "The Kitchen Dairies" by Nigel Slater
Rye and Spelt Bread

Rye and Spelt Bread

For me rye bread makes the best snack on its own or with some hard cheese, but Nigel Slater may be the best person to refer to when it comes to suggestions with rye bread
Sea Salt Chocolate Snaps

Sea Salt Chocolate Snaps

(image courtesy of BBC)Have I told you how much I love Nigel Slater. Nigel cooks like I want to eat. )I chose to use chopped pistachios, chopped macadamia nuts, chopped dried cranberries and chopped candied ginger
Pear, Chocolate and Ginger Crumble

Pear, Chocolate and Ginger Crumble

My husband was a bit dubious about my idea so I googled Pear, Chocolate and Ginger Crumble and saw that Nigel Slater had made a Pear and Oat Chocolate Crumble – great minds think alike I thought
Sticky Chocolate Pudding

Sticky Chocolate Pudding

Nigella Lawson’s Sticky Chocolate Pudding (from ‘Real Food’ by Nigel Slater). Definitely one of the richest things I’ve ever eaten (which seems less surprising considering it’s originally a Nigella Lawson recipe – woman of excessive amounts of chocolate)
Lemon Glazed Cinnamon Scrolls

Lemon Glazed Cinnamon Scrolls

I just can't wait to see what Nigel Slater is up to each month. (Not one of Nigel's I hasten to add. The French Wedge, a delicious salad with a tangy dressing, roquefort cheese, toasted nuts and creamy slices of avocado
Eat With Ellen’s August Round-Up

Eat With Ellen’s August Round-Up

It’s definitely worth a go as a change from grains, pasta or couscous, and if you’re not sure what to do with it, try these recipes from Nigel Slater, another lovely of the silky spheres
Raspberry Pistachio Tarts

Raspberry Pistachio Tarts

I very much like Nigel Slater – his laid back attitude to cooking, calm personality and excellent recipes (not sure about the beard he is currently sporting though)
Credit Crunch Munch March/April round-up

Credit Crunch Munch March/April round-up

Next up Alex from Gingey Bites cooked up a Lovely Lentil & Spinach Pie which she adapted from the legend that is “Nigel Slater” so this is just going to be brilliant right