Delicious, easy, a discovery waiting to be made…. Have you got this lovely roast in your repertoire? The first time I cooked belly pork, I tried a recipe that suggested a high temperature and roast for an hour. Nope, wrong, tough as boots, it seemed to actually require some proper cheffing! No thank you. Follow [...]
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This is a meal full of flavour, easy to cook for numbers and a bit different too… There is a little bit of preparation to do, but the actual cooking is pretty effortless, just a slow roast for the pork and a slow simmer for the beans – perfect! Inspired by a wonderful recipe in [...]
What a treat returning home after a lovely Autumnal walk into a house rich with the aroma of a hearty dinner… Let the oven do most of the work on this one, an easy to prepare stew, full of flavour. And beer
If you can get over how funny this looks (or weird / wrong depending on your perspective!), this is a fab recipe for delicious, tender chicken: Crispy on the outside, flavoursome and moist on the inside, the beer can turns a simple roast into a bit of a feature with very little effort on your [...]
Quick, easy, tasty…. These beefburgers are simply minced beef and a little seasoning. They’re ideal for a barbecue, and equally good rustled up for an indoor feast. I’d like to dedicate this recipe to two of my nephews, David & Ben who are big fans of these burgers, and delightful contributors to my cooking confidence. [...]
My aim for this recipe was simple: Create a slow cook beef stew which was quick and easy to assemble, used simple larder ingredients and was a contrast to all those lovely beef in red wine variants. A few attempts later, here it is – a beautifully simple, tasty, slow cook stew! Beef in Coconut [...]
When I first tested this recipe out I was stunned. So simple, soooooooooo gorgeous! It’s a bish-bash-bosh sort of way to elevate chicken to a higher level of chickenness. Think you can’t cook? You can manage this! Lemon & Parsley Chicken (serves 4) Chicken 4 portions of chicken – breast or leg portions Dressing 200ml [...]
The flavours in this are deliciously bonkers, rich and gorgeous and just a little out of the ordinary. It’s easy to prepare, and it’s another recipe that you can get ready then leave in the oven for ages…
This is an ad-lib curry, based on the Tarka Daal ingredients. Slow cooked, the flavours come out rich and scrummy, and you can pop out for a nice walk whilst it cooks, or just fall asleep for the afternoon.
Maximum flavour, easy to cook… This is a great tasty dinner for friends and got a vote for Best Dinner of the Year at Castle Farm last week.