Have you ever tried monkfish before? It has a mild, sweet flavour, similar to lobster, making it a perfect companion to salty bacon. Serve it up as a wholesome mid-week meal with plenty of fresh veggies. We went with sweet potato and green beans.
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Something between a meatball and a sausage, chicken koftas are great as an appetiser for when you have guests over. But you can make a meal of them as well with a few fresh flatbreads and a salad.
Unleash your wild side and get fancy with poultry to impress your guests. And this recipe come with a cooking hack as well. To check if your bird is ready, make a small incision near the bone. If it’s done, the juices should run clear. And this works with chicken as well!
Pesto is a favourite ingredient in my kitchen. I always have some on hand to add flavour to some of the blander dishes I take to work for lunch in my attempts to eat more healthily. It does absolute wonders for my go-to chicken, broccoli and brown rice. And with all the new options available, from red pepper pesto to sun-dried tomato and feta pesto, it is not only flavourful, but boasts a host of nutrients too. So since I love it so much, I thought I’d share a few quick-fire facts I know you’ll love, plus a few of our yummiest pesto recipes.
Have you ever tried this method of pancake making? Also known as a German pancake or a Dutch puff, it’s a sweet popover served for breakfast. And for puffiest pancake around, we recommend you beat the batter with a whisk to incorporate as much air as possible, preheat the pan so the batter is sizzling before it’s even in the oven and serve it immediately so it doesn’t have time to deflate.
Now here’s something we love. We especially love them in Middle Eastern and North African dishes, but they also add some lovely zesty freshness to meat dishes, salads and drinks alike. Remember to slice them very thinly as their taste can be quite overpowering when adding big chunks of lemon to your meal.
Not everyone considers themselves to be the Jamie Oliver or Nigella Lawson of their kitchen. In fact, some people even wish to avoid the kitchen completely if they can! But despite the opposition, there are times when cooking is inevitable, and there are a few tricks to ease the mind and effort it takes to have dinner ready by hungry o’clock.
When it comes to dinner after a long (and hungry) day at work, we only have two requirements: speed and taste. This lovely dish ticks both those boxes!
When was the last time you were invited for brunch at a friend’s house? I don’t know about you, but I love breakfast, and there’s nothing better than a home-cooked omelette with a hot cup of coffee. So why not kick it up a notch and turn this delicious part of the day into a fun-filled brunch? Just follow our lead and we’ll show you how to make your brunch party an event to remember.