Often butternut squash pasta recipes take the form of a blended sauce, this recipe is a little different. It features cubes of butternut squash cooked in bacon and chili… I know right! Bacon and chili! It also has a little white wine and some rosemary.
This lamb burger recipe is very much influenced by my love of Indian flavours. That does not mean that it should be confused with a ‘curry burger’! The flavours here are the same sweet and sour flavours often associated with burgers.
I am a real advocate of moderation when it comes to consumption, these super crispy fried chicken wing definitely fall on the side of indulgence. Now indulgence is fine, so long as it is not a permanent state of being.
The idea behind this stuffed leeks recipe came from a Hungarian magazine I was flipping through. I love leeks, they are the mildest of the onion family and never really thought of using them as a way to hold together a stuffing before.
The bacon wrapped pork tenderloin dish is surprisingly quick for a dinner recipe of this sort. It features the classic flavour combinations of bacon, cabbage, and mustard, many would say classically Irish.
A chicken korma is an Indian curry recipe of Mughal origins dating back to the 16th century… But enough of that! Curries to me are predominantly about my obsession with British Indian variants of my favourite cuisine.
Roast pork chops are a regular occurrence in our household and these bad boys are flavoured with Harissa and mint. Then served with a glorious pearl couscous ‘salad’ that is loaded with North African flavours.