Lamb is one of my favourite meats. I had a few apricots in the cupboard which I threw in. A twist on a tagine, I loved the crispy filo topping and the burst of the pomegranate seeds. Ingredients 800g lamb shoulder, fat removed, diced 3 tbsp plain flour 1 large onion finely chopped 2 garlic … More Spiced lamb pie
I’m a huge fan of sweet potatoes and Mexican fiery flavours. Another let the oven do the work. The sweet potatoes with their accompaniments would make a great side dish for other dishes.
I’m a huge fan of the slow cook letting the oven do the bulk of the work. Pork is such a delicious meat and relatively inexpensive. This was just as delicious the following day cold.
Pork belly is such an inexpensive cut of meat and if cooked right the fat is rendered out. Leaving you with delicious melt in your mouth meat. I’m a huge fan of the one pot recipe as you will see from my blog. Perfect for the busy working person.
This is so incredibly tasty and super easy to make. Ingredients 1 tsp olive oil 1 onion, finely chopped 2 garlic cloves, sliced 1 tbsp finely chopped rosemary needles 2 tbsp tomato purée 125ml red wine 1 x 500g carton passata 1 x 400g tin cannellini beans, rinsed and drained 4 skinless chicken breasts (about … More Chicken cacciatore with cannellini beans and rosemary
I was introduced to this recipe about 20 years ago by my friend Kate. There’s a bit of prep but it is worth it as it’s so delicious. The recipe uses a mix of cup measured and traditional weighing.
Bread and butter pudding is one of my favourite things. Super easy to make.
This is a colourful curry which is so simply to make, chuck it all in to a slow cooker for a few hours. The hardest thing you need to do is a bit of chopping!
A super easy recipe where the oven does most of the work. I love the crispy top.
Perfect recipe to use up the leftover Coca Cola ham. I love the crispy topping.