I’m not much of a cook but one of my “specialties” is tortilla wraps with quorn mince. I usually make the sauce with onions, peppers, can of tomatoes and a pack of mexican spice mix that I pick randomly off the shelf in the supermarket. Once the ingredients are all cooked, I slap the mixture onto the tortilla, add some salsa, jalapeno peppers and sliced cherry tomatoes. Once the tortillas are wrapped, I top them off with some grated cheese, dash of tabasco and into the over for 10 to 15 minutes.
I’m sure foodies will read that and think to themselves “hope he never invites me for dinner”, but it’s simple to make – and I like that. All of this is by way of introducing a website which just launched today. It’s called Spicendipity and comes from Deborah who was a regular follower of the weekly Apprentice reviews I published on a Wednesday. But for the fact that I joined twitter earlier in the week I might not have known about this until after everyone else, so twitter is proving useful already!
Spicendipity has got a really lovely range of sauces, spice mixes, baking mixes and gift hampers for people like me and foodies too. It’s all natural goodness as well. You won’t find any of the gunky stuff that you get in a lot of supermarket bought product.
Here’s one customer who will look forward to trying out the various recipes on the blog and the product on the website.