Krumpli: Eating In Should Be Special Too

Krumpli: Eating In Should Be Special Too
Krumpli: Eating In Should Be Special Too2018-06-07T17:01:20+00:00

Cooking is what I do, what I think about and largely what I dream about… If you do not count beer of course, which as far as I am concerned is a food group! Most of my recipes here are complete meals.

I subscribe to no particular ideology when it comes to eating other than it should taste great and whatever needs to happen to make great food happens!

Some of my recipes are simple, some of my recipes are complicated, likewise, some of my meals are light and ‘healthy’ and others are downright naughty. All of them, however, get my wifes seal of approval and are extremely tasty!

Latest Recipes

Honey and Soy Glazed Seared Tuna Steak

By |April 30th, 2018|Fish and Seafood Recipes|

  This glorious honey and soy glazed tuna steak is pimped up with a bit of chili and seared rather than cooked, it is served with some garlic braised pak choi and spring onions. Honey and Soy Glazed Seared Tuna Steak With Pak Choi. Oooo look what I found... Tuna steak is a really rare and really rather expensive find here in Eastern Hungary. But I just could not resist buying [...]

Smoked Pork Loin Salad

By |April 27th, 2018|Pork Recipes, Sides, Salads, Bread and Other Stuff|

  This wonderfully filling salad utilises a much-underused meat, smoked pork loin, wonderfully tender, smokey, perfect alongside the honey and mustard dressing. You Need Smoked Pork Tenderloin In Your Life! Smoked pork loin is an ingredient I don’t see very often when floating around the internet. But it is one that I see all the time here in stores. I have been using this smoked pork tenderloin as the meat [...]

Sardine and Salmon Fish Cakes With Creamed Leeks

By |April 17th, 2018|Fish and Seafood Recipes|

If you have been hanging out here for a while you a) need to get out more and b) know that I have a bit of a thing for fish cakes, as a result the appearance of these salmon fish cakes should not be a surprise. They appear at a time of the year that is always very strange as a cook because it is not quite summer but not really hearty comfort food weather either.

Instant Pot Braised Pork Belly With Apples and Puffed Crackling

By |April 10th, 2018|InstantPot Recipes, Pork Recipes|

Sometimes spending time in the kitchen to create a tasty meal and for me this is undeniably one of those meals! It is as cheap as chips to make and owing to the magic of pork belly it packs a punch of flavour that most meats cannot get anywhere near. I have written about pork belly before here on Krumpli and it is certainly one of my favourite cuts of meat.

Traditional Cornish Pasty

By |April 3rd, 2018|Beef & Lamb Recipes|

A traditional Cornish Pasty dates back to the 13th century and unsurprisingly is the source of much discussion, nay argument. However to call this dish famous in the UK would be an understatement, any food stuff name checked in classics like the Robin Hood Chronicles, the Canterbury Tales and no less than three works of Shakespeare is no shrinking violet.

Pea and Ham Risotto with Goats Cheese

By |March 23rd, 2018|Pork Recipes|

I have waxed lyrical about the core ingredients in this pea and ham risotto previously and it is another iteration of flavours that will repeat here forever. Why? Well simply because they are magical, salty ham, slightly acidic goats cheese and sweet peas are a match made in heaven as far as I am concerned.

Pepper Chicken Chettinad

By |March 20th, 2018|Chicken & Other Bird Recipes, FakeAways, Spicy Recipes|

  A fiery hot dry curry from the south of India, Chicken Chettinad is typified by its reliance on black pepper for both heat and flavour and is a real barnstormer. Pepper Chicken Chettinad. There are a whole host of Chicken Chettinad recipes, or indeed Chettinad chicken, on the web and I have no idea which of them are authentic. I do know which sort of iteration is my favourite. Unsurprisingly [...]