Airfryer giant pretzel bites

My kids love pretzels and I love anything cake or bread and these are a delicois mix of all three. They taste as good on their own,dunked in melted chocolate or drizzled with golden syrup .I got inspiration from a fellow blogger Liz over on lifeonhushabyefarm who made pretzels rolls recently and I decided to... Continue Reading →

Sweet and sticky slowcooker homemade bbq chicken wings

Balsamic vinegar 6 tablespoons1 chicken stock potTomato sauce 4 tablespoonsHoney 4 to 6 tablespoonsWorcestestershire sauce 6 tablespoonsBrown sugar 3 tablespoonsWholegrain mustard 2 tablespoonsCrushed chilli flakes 1 teaspoonGarlic granules 4 teaspoonsOnion salt 3 teaspoonsGround black pepper 2 teaspoonsSmoked paprika 4 teaspoonsCayenne pepper 1 teaspoonPaprika 2 teaspoonsHoney & Tomato sauce- extra for adding mid way through the... Continue Reading →

Mediterranean seafood stew

This is a dish you can batch cook, is perfect for lunch or dinner time, goes with pasta, rice or potatoes and tastes even better on day two so I recommend doubling up on the ingredients so you have enough for the next day. It goes even better with crusty white bread and a glass... Continue Reading →

Sweet and smoky meatballs with spaghetti

Firstly I cook these in the airfryer, I find this way keeps the meatballs far more  juicier than the oven, that being said they will taste really good if you don't have one once you keep to the cooking time and don't allow them to dry out.Ingredients Meatballs:One pack of lean steak mince - less... Continue Reading →

Chicken and Brocolli in oyster sauce and noodles

This is the closest I get to this dish which I love in a Chinese restaurant but it's a slightly healthier version with wholewheat noodles but still just as delicious, it also works really well with beef. IngredientsSkinless and boneless chicken thigh fillets (I use the aldi ones, they really keep the chicken juicy)( just... Continue Reading →

Patatas bravas and crispy chicken strips bowl.

INGREDIENTS AND METHOD Chicken strips Panko breadcrumbs 1 egg Onion granules Garlic granules Paprika Tumeric Chicken thighs Mix all the dry ingredients into the Panko breadcrumbs. Flatten the chicken slightly with a meat mallet or whatever comes to hand and then cut into strips. Dip the chicken into the egg, then the breadcrumb mix, spray... Continue Reading →

Crispy honey chicken and eggy rice

Are you still searching for the perfect Chinese influenced home cooked meal, I've finally perfected my own version of sticky crispy chicken and think you will enjoy it too. There are lots of different versions out there of how to make this popular dish and this dish goes down as well with the kids as... Continue Reading →

Asian style pork belly and egg fried rice

IngredientsPork belly or pork belly stripsHoneyGarlic granulesChinese five spiceWholegrain mustard Basmatic rice 1 cup (serves 2 adults 2 kids) 2 EggsChicken stock mixed with 1.5 cups cold waterMethodPreheat fan oven to 180Generously cover your meat with the garlic, Chinese five spice, wholegrain mustard and lots of honey. Put into oven for approximately one hour or... Continue Reading →

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