Post Tagged with: "spice"

Chicken Drummies with a Blueberry BBQ Glaze

A big old bowl of drummies has got to be the ultimate comfort food. This blueberry glaze is a sweet twist on the classic. Oh man, writing this is making me hungry. Cooking time: 15 min prep, 45 min cooking, (1 hr total). To wash up: 1 board and knife, […]

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Bacon Wrapped & Beer Battered Chicken Tenders

Beer? yup. Bacon? yup. Hot sauce? yup. What else do you need? Cooking time: 10 mins prep, 15 mins cooking, (25 mins total). To wash up: 1 board and knife, 1 baking tray, 1 mixing bowl, 1 frying pan. Ingredients 2 sweet potatoes, cut into wedges 100g of plain flour […]

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Volcano Potatoes

Who doesn’t love a slow baked jacket potato? no one that’s who. Volcano potatoes are like jackets but with added gooey cheese. A match made in heaven. Cooking time: 15 mins prep, 45 mins cooking, (1hr total). To wash up: 1 baking tray, 1 board and knife. Ingredients 4 jacket […]

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Sweet Potato Saag

This recipe makes for a healthy twist on a curry house classic. You don’t have to roast the potatoes first but that crispy buttery texture is probably one of life’s greatest pleasures. Cooking time: 5 mins prep, 25 mins cooking, (30 mins total). To wash up: 1 knife and board, […]

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Courgette Pad Thai

Courgette noodles are so on trend right now. Right? This is a bit of a budget twist on a classic, and who doesn’t love the sound of that? The trick to making it work is to cook it on as high of a heat as possible and as quickly as […]

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Black Pudding Pintxos

This one takes inspiration from one of my favourite places to eat in central London, Pix. It’s a tiny little bar tucked away just off seven dials, designed for date night they keep rolling out plate after plate of incredible pintxos, each good enough to take on the best of […]

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Chimichurri shrimp

I’d only really had chimichurri sauce with red meat until recently when I tried it with some fresh seafood. The fresh herbs and the spicy chilli go so perfectly with prawns. It’s like summer on a plate, which we could all do with the way this winter is going. Cooking […]

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Crispy Parmesan Carrot Fries

This is a fantastic snack that’s just as home at a pub quiz as it is under a duvet on the sofa watching the notebook. Add to stripped chicken breast and salad leaves for a healthy salad. It’s a poor man’s knock off of Nicky Corbishly’s much better recipe over at Kitchen […]

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Whisky Glazed Carrots

In Best served with a roast chicken or simply with a jacket potato, this makes for one hell of a side dish. This is a bit of tribute to the roast parsnips my Aunt Sally always cooked for us at Christmas. If my Aunt Sally’s roasts are anything to go by, This […]

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Carrot & Ginger Soup

It takes a lot to beat the feeling of dunking crusty bread into a warm bowl of soup on a cold January day. I first tried this on a school snow day after a morning sledding in the woods. One of those rare moments when it was exactly what I needed before […]

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