Sunday night was steak night at my house. I’m trying to mix up what sides I serve with my steak and I saw a recipe in a leaflet I’d picked up in Waitrose about stuffed Romano peppers. I sent my confused other half to get the Romano peppers (“but what if I buy the wrong peppers?”, “just Google what they’re meant to look like, they’re long ones”) and the steak. He came back with the correct peppers and two fillet steaks. He can go shopping again, the fillet steak was glorious.

1) in a pan on the hob, fry 2 chopped spring onions in olive oil.

2) add a 2 big handfuls of spinach and cook down.

3) sprinkle over a handful of pine nuts and fry for a couple of minutes. Set aside.

4) slice the peppers down the middle and pull out the seeds. Place in an ovenproof dish and stuff with the spinach mixture.

5) rip up the mozzarella and stuff into the peppers. Drizzle over some olive oil.

Bake at 190 degrees C for 30-35 mins.

This was our dinner, I served up baked smoked paprika sweet potato chunks, baked tomato halves with basil, and fried the fillet steak, which I just seasoned with black pepper. Overall, a fabulous end to the weekend.