Sundried tomato, basil & feta bean burgers
My mum used to make a version of these burgers when I was a kid, with cheddar cheese, chilli powder and parsley, and I remember..
Braised Beans with Onions
This is a recipe I’ve been playing with for a few months now, and whilst it’s completely delicious, and now on regular rotation in our..
Roasted Tomato and Mascarpone Sauce
This sauce could not be simpler, but it packs so much flavour, I can’t stop making it. It takes a while (about 4 hours) but..
Hot and sour paneer curry
I’m really partial to paneer, and especially to the paneer curry I developed for my book – it’s creamy and comforting, and really delicious, and..
Double Chocolate Banana Bread
This is a banana bread recipe that’s so chocolate-y, even my husband who hates bananas likes it. It’s damp and dark, filled with little pockets..
My Latest recipes
This granola recipe evolved from this one, which is really lovely, but a bit sweeter and more luxurious than I would choose to eat every..
Peta Leith is a professional pastry chef, food writer and menu consultant who trained at the French Culinary Institute in New York. following an apprenticeship with Claire Ptak at Violet Cakes, she spent seven years as a pastry chef at the Ivy. She lives in Bedfordshire with her husband and two children.
Her first cookery book, entitled “The Vegetarian Kitchen” is a collaboration with her aunt, Prue Leith was published in February 2020.