Tag Archives: Inspired

Vegetarian Nachos

Today marks nine years since I began this blog, roamingtaste and vegetarian nachos is how I’d like to celebrate. The warm summer night where this began was inspired thanks to Julie and Julia and a chocolate cake which I now can’t find, but it was on Orangette’s blog and suddenly the idea of starting something...

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Tahini Caramel Chunk Cookies

These Tahini Caramel Chunk Cookies are the result of a gift from the in-laws which arrived in the mail last week in the form of chocolate, a block of salted caramel chocolate and once opening the pantry and seeing the tahini staring back, it was the perfect time to give a baked good with tahini...

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Caramelized White Chocolate Brookies

Caramelized White Chocolate Brookies reflect how rare it is to actually be eating whilst typing up a recipe, but you can’t underestimate the importance of how cookies helped me through this year and these are but one type of cookie which when warm have a consistency of a single serving of brownie, despite the odd...

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Cereal Pie

This Cereal Pie is an ode to childhood and eating what you want when you want. It’s an ode to joy in the form of nostalgia. It’s also a recipe that would have never existed had I not married a cereal lover! Saying that, it seems an understatement because he would happily eat it for...

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Salted Honey Pear Pie

There’s a reason why this is called Salted Honey Pear Pie versus Pear Crumble Pie or Pear and Honey Pie. The salty honey drizzled over those ripe pears and baked to perfection is the kind of warming slice you want to grab for at this time of year. I’m not sure if I’ve said it...

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Meatball Sandwich

This Meatball Sandwich was born from the beauty of leftovers and wanting to really not waste a thing following one of the few times we were able to have people over for dinner this summer. Meatballs and zucchini in a sandwich might seem an odd mix, but trust me, they go together perfectly! The menu...

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Cheddar Pancakes with Maple Baked Figs

It’s been a while since there’s been a breakfast dish on this here blog so it seemed the perfect time for these Cheddar Pancakes with Maple Baked Figs. The minute September arrived my feed went from posicles and no bake dishes to apple and pumpkin everything…but over here there has been a lot of Figs...

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Lime and Cherry Refresher

Lime and Cherry Refresher is an ode to one of my favorite things to drink when I have the luck to be spending some of a summer in New York City. The opportunity to step inside the walls of a well air-conditioned Starbucks and order a refresher comes as welcome relief and this becomes a...

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Raw Chocolate Fudge

Sometimes when hanging with friends you’ll end up making something together in one of your kitchens and a few years ago, this Raw Chocolate Fudge was exactly the thing we made from a friend of a friend. Fast forward to 2020 and this one has been made countless times in my own kitchen and yet...

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Anzac Biscuit Bars with Cornflake Crunch

Anzac Biscuit Bars with Cornflake Crunch might sound an unnecessary twist on the Austrlian biscuit, but that topping makes these a standout! There isn’t a good way to explain these cookie bars except that they take the beautifully perfect recipe and top with a chocolate crunch that is, well, delicious. There is so much to...

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Creamy Parsley Pasta

Very tempted to call this Creamy Parsley Pasta fast parsley pasta or 15-minute parsley pasta, but regardless of the name, this dish is fast and can be made with or without a blender and should be made in one pan because honestly, washing up is not something we should have to spend more time on...

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Orange Creme Brûlée Tart

Orange creme brûlée tart has been swirling in my head for months, but in the attempt to set life up, a blowtorch has been way down the list of necessities and so it just stayed in my notes section with other planned new recipes to make. Full disclosure, we are borrowing our blow torch from...

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Chocolate Chai Cream Puffs

A serving of Chocolate and Chai into Cream Puffs made for two is for Valentine’s Day with everyone is sharing chocolate recipes which is all well and good, but to be honest, when I thought about my significant other, he loves a good cup of tea…and he also loves cream puffs, profiteroles and eclairs so...

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Blueberry Custard Cake

It’s not really the season for a cake like this, but this Blueberry Custard Cake is one of the best reasons to break eating seasonal for one day. With a gluten free base and a rustic custard and fresh blueberries mixed through. It’s unlikely you’ve had a cake like this before. One of the best...

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Slow Roasted Salmon Tacos with Pineapple Crema

Slow cooked salmon tacos with pineapple crema might seem like an odd meal, but there is something about a truly well rounded meal and that leads to today’s recipe. Last week whilst eating a biscuit out of the communal tin at work, a co-worker and I discussed how we always feel the need to eat...

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Raspberry Custard Cheesecake

Summer holidays are oft fleeting when you’re an adult and it’s usually because they last a week or two and then we’re back in an air conditioned office, held together by the continuing spool of time once again. This summer though was not like most and it was one I looked forward to with much...

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Upside Down Plum Passionfruit Cake

Upside down cake is one of those oft not made cakes, and when it is there is usually pineapple involved. There’s a secret ingredient in this cake…passionfruit. The gloriously underrated passionfruit comes to play with plums in something I’ve not seen often in recipes. Whilst it is the middle of summer and currently where I...

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Pancake Waffles with Cinnamon Ice Cream and Roasted Strawberries

Pancake waffles might be the silliest thing for a recipe to be titled, but these are pretty damn easy and in our house, we eat pancakes twice as often as waffles. Sometimes waffles can seem time consuming, but these take that recipe and flip it by adding oven roasted strawberries and whipped cinnamon ice cream....

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Miso Asparagus with Roast Spring Vegetables

Miso asparagus seems like an odd combination, but the saltiness of the paste with butter is a pretty grand way to add just a hint of different flavor to asparagus. These are flash cooked so still have plenty of crunch and adorn the top of this white bean ‘hummus’ and roast spring vegetables feels like...

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Banana Bread with Seed Brittle

Banana bread has never been made or shared here and it seems like an odd exclusion considering my high school years were filled with home baked banana bread. Every Sunday I would make myself banana bread for the coming week’s snack and more often than not it was a twist on the plain old simple...

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