It is definitely stew season so I broke out my Instant Pot to work on a new beef bourguinon recipe and this bad boy is great… It is fit and ready to go in an hour rather than the several hours it would normally take and uses probably the cheapest cut of beef you can find, shin,
About Brian Jones
On April the 30th 2008 I got on an plane with a one way ticket to Budapest with wide eyed notions of growing my own food and brewing my own wine… As the years passed by photography became much more than a medium to document my new life and share it with my friends and family, photography became a passion that sits wonderfully alongside my love of food!
Lemon chicken is such a popular flavour combination and one I have used at length here on krumpli and this creamy lemon chicken pasta dish is another play on that idea and a really tasty one...
Here I go being all populist again, I don’t care how popular rabbit or venison or wild boar are, this is just the food I love and this one is that to the power of a dozen or so! This one is an old friend of a recipe from my childhood, faggots and mash…
It would seem that food nostalgia is strong in me at the moment and whilst duck a l’orange was never present on our menu growing up just the name seemed to be the very definition of ‘ooooo look at me’ food.
These Baked Hazelnut Chicken Tenders with a Spicy Dipping Sauce are a bit of an unusual recipe on here Krumpli, typically I post meal recipes here where as these grown up chicken nuggets are a bit of a warm supper snack.
You all know I love cooking from scratch but sometimmes life just gets in the way and this tortellini soup uses one of my favourite freezer/store cupboard fall back products.
A Bhuna pronounced boona is probably one of the most common dishes on a British Indian Curry House menu, any my fakeaway beef bhuna plays with the same ideas of a really thick and unctuous tomato based sauce coating big chunks of beef.
These harissa chicken thighs have got the most wonderful almost caramel 'lacquer' from the combination of butter, honey and of course harissa paste!
This simple pot roast rabbit pasta is the third rabbit dish I have here on Krumpli and if any of them will convert you it is this one. You will not believe the clean but magical flavours that just scream out of this most unassuming of dishes.
’ve waxed lyrical about risotto here a few times so I will avoid the same old ode to the joys of cooking a proper risotto when talking about this Spinach, Mushroom and Walnut Risotto… Well maybe I will just reinforce that it is pretty much the law that you must sup wine whilst stirring a risotto, so there!