I am the first to admit that many of my dishes are far from simple, but this chicken with chicory braised number really is incredibly simple and it is all cooked in one pot so next to no washing up, so a dish that makes my wife happy on flavour and on work. The flavour of chicory is amazing, I have a massive weakness for flavours that err [...]
Regular readers will know I am rather fond of a bowl of soup and like many of my soup recipes this beef minestrone soup is one I cook in bulk for myself and my wife to munch on for lunch through out the week. It will last 4-5 days if refrigerated, although it rarely lasts that long.
Back at the start of Autumn I used or first Cabbage of the year to BBQ up a cabbage steak, well now my favourite winter vegetable is being harvested I had to make a roasted cauliflower steak, this really is hands down my favourite way to cook cauliflower.
Beef and Broccoli stir fry is one of the most popular takeaways and as I have spent the downtime between Christmas writing a new eBook to thank those of you that sign up for my email list, I figured it was time to dust off my recipe for this family favourite. Now if you have already signed up for my email list don't feel left out, leave me [...]
Hey, hey, hey folks, so we have done it, Christmas day has gone and if you are anything like me you have gorged on meat for the last few days and have more of the same heading your way over New Year. Well my recipes over the Christmas lull are vegetarian and focus on pumpkin and more specifically pumpkin puree...
Ho, ho, holy crap it appears to by Christmas, not sure how that happened but it kinda did and my latest recipe whilst great at any time of the year is a great option for a mid Christmas special meal that can be rustled up for as many as you like.
I cannot believe you can buy frozen Yorkshire pudding, they join the likes of frozen baked potatoes and roasted potatoes foods most ridiculous products, I am not averse to taking the odd short cut but buying frozen Yorkshire pudding to save the 90 seconds it takes to mix together 4 ingredients is mental.
There was a wee phase when I lived back in the UK many moons ago that a Chicken Pathia was the only thing I ordered from an Indian menu... Not because I didn't like or understand the other stuff but purely and simply it was my favourite thing on any menu.