This has to be the best Shepherd’s Pie I have ever tasted; it is definitely worth every minute of the cooking time required. Comfort food at its best!
A perfect winter warmer that is 100% fat free! Slow-cooking the root vegetables make the flavours all the more intense.
A fuss-free delicious Sunday roast with crispy crackling, the pork is so succulent and meltingly tender! It is a perfect match for the winter vegetables and apple & sage sauce!
This curry is very straight forward to make – it is a delicious, mild & comforting curry!
Wow! This curry is amazing! It takes a while to cook but it is well worth the wait.
This pork is marinated for 24 hours in garlic, orange & lime juice, oregano and cumin, slow cooked for 6 hours until it falls apart. It is packed full of flavour and very easy to make. I love serving this pork with flat breads, salad and Spicy Peruvian Green Sauce It is the perfect recipe when feeding a crowd.
A delicious rich and slowly simmered sauce, which tastes even better the next day – if you can wait that long!
Slow roasted for 8 hours, this tender shredded shoulder of lamb takes shepherd’s pie to a new level – delicious!
This pork shoulder is marinated overnight in garlic, lime juice, oregano, cider vinegar, sugar and chilli powder, slow cooked for 6 hours until it falls apart. It is packed full of flavour and very easy to make. I love serving this pork with flat breads, salad and Spicy Peruvian Green Sauce It is the perfect recipe when feeding a crowd.
This lamb shoulder tastes absolutely delicious and is fall off the bone tender. It is covered in Greek flavours and slow roasted for 5 hours. I served the lamb with roast potatoes, Greek salad and pitta. You can also serve with seasonal vegetables.