This is my attempt at cooking a well know Polish dish – Bigos. It’s stewed cabbage with smoked sausage, mushroom and carrots. I used a Tefal 10 in 1 multi-cooker to get this result but a large saucepan or a Le Creuset Casserole dish will work just as well.
This recipe is great if you have a bunch of bananas in the fruit bowl that that are starting ripen a bit too much and you need to use a whole batch before they turn for good.
Sticky balsamic fried onions: Add onions to a frying pan and soften. Add the sugar, balsamic, vinegar and beef stock. Fry and reduce until sticky.
This King carrot cake is not only massive, but totally dreamy with the Philadelphia cream cheese icing on top or in the middle of the cake.
This marrow chutney recipe will provide you with just over 2 1 litre sized Kilner Jars.
Ingredients Butter for greasing 300g rhubarb, with the leaf and base stem removed 60g caster sugar 2 large free-range eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla bean paste (or 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract) 100g plain flour 100g caster sugar 1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 75g soft salted butter Crumble 50g salted butter 30g […]
This is a simple dressing that I made for a leg of lamb, out of the herbs and vegetables from the garden this Easter just gone. It’s a recipe I’ve been meaning to post for a long time as I’ve often remarked on how flavoursome, fragrant and memorable this dressing was.
I used this for a leg of lamb, but you could just as well use this with some chops or another dark meat.
This year I’ve had an absolute glutton of snowball turnips. To use some of them up I decide to whip up this quick and easy soup.
This is one of the simplest BBQ sauce and you can use it with pretty much anything, including chicken thighs and drumsticks, pork loin steaks and even pork belly strips. Ingredients 5 tablespoons or Magners Original Cider 1 tablespoon of dark brown sugar 5 tablespoons Japanese soy sauce 1 tablespoon tomato puree or ketchup 1 […]
A variation on my orange and rhubarb crumble.