Over the next while I will be developing seasonal recipes using Plains Paddock delightful lamb and veal. As a lover of all things paddock to plate (excuse the pun) and farmer Anna Kelly’s product this is going to be nothing but a delight for me. As with most curries made from…
I make a batch of protein balls each week and I’m always varying my recipe. This version was too good not to share!
Once you’ve had freshly made falafel, it’s hard to turn back. Besides, it’s a great way to utilise delicious broad beans which are in abundance at the moment. You’ll need to soak the chickpeas overnight, so make sure you begin this recipe a day ahead.
It’s Taco Tuesday! This is a killer taco combo your family will love. For best results start this recipe a day ahead.
I think artichokes are delicious, but whenever I serve them to guests, most admit to not preparing them themselves because they are too time consuming to deal with or they just don’t know how. They are super easy to prepare and with my step by step instructions you’ll be eating…
My very simple take on the traditional Paella can be made with calamari, mussels, prawns or any other firm flesh fish. You can even use a combination of all three if you’d like.
Packed with goodness, if this doesn’t eliminate a cold I don’t know what will!
This a very special recipe, taken from Olimpia Bortolotto of Cecconi’s Flinders Lane new cookbook – La Tavola Della Famiglia. Tuna is a fish IMHO (in my humble opinion), that is best served raw. This fresh, spicy and delicious combination is a lighter nod to traditional tartare and would make…
My husband likened my creamed kale to a green turd but promptly changed his tune when he tasted it!
Sounds posh, but it so ain’t! This is a killer side dish, the perfect accompaniment to roasted meat. I recently discovered a fluffier version of the humble brussel at the market recently, the softer leaves require a shorter cooking time and look just beautiful on the plate.