Classic Paella Valenciana This is a classic recipe for a delicious Valencian Paella. Traditionally, it is served for lunch. If you can, use Bomba, Calasparra or other paella rice which is traditionally used to make paella. It is a short grain, low starch rice that is excellent for absorption of the flavours and moisture of the recipe and these properties make it different to … Continue reading Classic Paella Valenciana
Apricots make a delicious afternoon tea cake that is so delicious with a good dollop of double cream and a cup of tea or coffee. Choose ripe soft apricots to use in this recipe or if out of season, you can use canned apricots too. Apricot Cake Ingredients: Apricots, fresh and very ripe , halved and stone removed, or canned 150 g butter, softened 3/4 … Continue reading Apricot Cake
Fresh Asparagus and silverbeet and the creaminess and density of the potatoes come together well in this healthy soup. It is quick to prepare and easy to make and is a great starter to a meal served with crusty bread. Asparagus, Silverbeet and Potato Soup Ingredients: 2 bunches of fresh asparagus spears. Snap the spears. Reserve 2 of the tips for each bowl to garnish the … Continue reading Asparagus, Silverbeet and Potato Soup
The following is a list of vegetables and herbs that you can plant in January in Sydney, a temperate zone: Amaranth Beans (dwarf and climbing) Beetroot Carrot Chives Cucumber Egglant seedlings Kohlrabi Lettuce Marrow Mustard Greens Okra seedlings Parsley Radish Rosella Silverbeet Sunflower Sweet corn Turnip Zucchini Plant of the Month – The fragrant Magnolia champaca – Joy Perfume Tree Continue reading What to Plant in January
A Happy New Year to all followers, gardeners and visitors to The Grantham Gardener. I wish you good health, prosperity, and peace. May your garden bloom and be bountiful and may your table be always full and have enough laughter to share! Happy 2018 from Annaofgreengables Continue reading Happy New Year 2018!