Flour seasoned with Chinese five spice,lemon pepper, garlic granules,salt black pepper,onion powder,lemon zest Sauce for the veg Honey 2 tablespoon Chicken stock pot 300ml water 2 minced Garlic clove Zest of lemon and half of its juice Sesame oil Ginger 2 tablespoon Lemon pepper Chinese five spice Teaspoon of sesame seeds Bok choy Mini corn... Continue Reading →
Braised honey & mustard gammon steaks with corgette and rice
Ingredients Gammon steaks Wholegrain mustard Garlic granules Tin of Pineapple (we will use the juice so ensure you retain it) Corgette Chicken stock I served with my egg rice which you can find the recipe for on here - this would be lovely with baby potatoes too! Method On a griddle pan braise your pineapple... Continue Reading →
Monday’s meals #17 Savoury lemon duck with courgette and eggy rice
Ingredients Duck breasts (4) Basmati rice one courgette one onion Chicken stock two eggs Rapeseed oil or oil of choice Chinese five spice Garlic granules One lemon Soy sauce Worcestershire sauce White rice vinegar Honey Oyster sauce Method Duck: Heat your oven to 180/200(fan oven) 200 standard. Score your duck breasts by... Continue Reading →
Monday’s meals #14. Asian Lettuce cups
I wanted to make my own version of meat sung but only had beef mince in the fridge,however I love being in the kitchen and discovering something new from playing around with ingredients and have to say with this I have found a new recipe which will be added to the family favourites. It got... Continue Reading →
Mondays meals #12 .Braised balsamic beef stew.
Today is my Monday as I was on a days holidays yesterday ,hence the delay in posting my Mondays meals. I am still dipping my toe in and out of social media and adjusting to a life without my Mam. It is three months now since she passed away and as Christmas approaches I am finding it... Continue Reading →
Monday’s meals #10 Poached chicken and fusilli pasta with basil pesto,sundried tomatoes and courgettes.
This is a firm favourite in our house that we all mop up , it's pasta which we all know most kids will eat and with the basil pesto and sun-dried tomato ingredients it's adult enough for everyone around the table to be satisfied. I think the real trick here is to poach the... Continue Reading →