It’s always nice to have something a little bit different from a standard salad and this wintery salad is just that. It’s packed with texture, flavour and colour and the roasted leeks add savoury warmth, which is perfectly complimented by the crispy apple, the bitter endive and the creamy goats cheese. It makes a great weekday lunch or a light dinner.
A classic seafood dish with the addition of creamy leeks, served with crusty bread
The delicate flavour of smoked trout is complemented with creamy leeks, spring onions and a touch of horseradish in this delicious salad
A warm filo pastry that can be made either in starter or main course size, coupled with a creamy leek and Caerphilly filling and tiny jewels of ruby red cranberries. Ideal party food.
A great alternative to leek and potato, this is a delicious thick soup with a real punch of Stilton. A great way to beat the winter blues. Just serve simply with fresh, granary bread.
Delicious light and fluffy soufflés, ideal for a starter or light lunch served with a mixed salad.
Individual smoked trout and leek mousse delicately wrapped in a pretty parcel.
A really pretty dish to be served as a starter or light lunch. Choose tender young leeks for the best results.
A variation on the classic recipe brings this traditional favourite bang up to date. Welsh goats’ cheese comes in a variety of guises. Choose a mild, creamy one without a crust so it will easily melt into the sauce. Alternatively use Y Fenni cheese which contains mustard seed and ale.
A spanish tortilla topped with goat’s cheese and bursting with leek and chorizo flavour