August Recipe Review -From Portugal to India

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As many of you return to work this week and school after the summer break, let’s have a look back at the Feastforfamine recipes in August. I hope you enjoyed the recipes and even got to try some out, and whether you had a staycation or travelled further afield I hope you had fun and are feeling well rested.

First up in August was a trip to the USA for the healthy but delicious Key Lime Pots, the aim of this recipe was to try and keep all the flavour of this American classic, but without the calories and cooking time, I hope it worked!

Second up and in keeping with the summer theme, I’m thinking BBQs here and lots of them, with the Inspired by Australia – Beer soaked Chicken Wings with Apple and Cucumber Salad, really moorish and easy to make.

Summer is also a great time for picnics, so with this in mind have a look at Inspired by Portugal – Chorizo Loaf simple baking but great to share.

Last stop took us to India for some vegetarian treats with the Inspired by India – Potato and Sweetcorn Samosas with Pea Raita and I really recommend the pea raita as a stand alone dip too!

Remember all recipes are created for you not only to enjoy, but to also raise awareness of the struggles these countries face on a daily basis, so if you would like to make a donation to Save The Children who are working everyday to support children around the World, please visit my just giving page by clicking the link Just Giving for more information.

So where will we go next? Come back on Monday to find out!

See you soon!


Rosalyn x


Inspired by the USA – Key Lime Pots

Love the taste of Key Lime Pie but don’t like the calories? Then try these, super easy to make Key Lime Pots!

Serves: 4

Prep: 10mins

Cook: 1 hour chill time

Ingredients: 375g ready made custard, or vanilla flavoured yogurt, 230g thick Greek yogurt, 75g digestive biscuits, juice and zest of 1 lime.


  1. Crush or blitz the digestives in a food processor and divide equally between 4 glasses or small bowls
  2. Top with the custard
  3. Add the juice of the lime to the Greek yogurt, mix well and add this on top of the custard
  4. Sprinkle the zest of the lime on top of the desserts and keep in the fridge for at least one hour before serving
  5. Enjoy!

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