Lemon and garlic crab claws and prawns tagliatelle

IngredientsCrab clawsPrawns deveined Lemon (zest of and juice of)One onion choppedTwo courgettes choppedRapeseed oilTagliatelle pastaThree garlic cloves gratedTwo chicken stock pots ( mixed with 1 l.5itre of water and 1 with 250ml of water)Tin of plum tomatoes ( cherry would be lovely too)Garlic granulesmediterranean herbsLemon pepperSaltMethod Defrost your fish if required in cold water and... 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 →

Garlic chicken with pancetta in a creamy leek and mushroom sauce.

Ingredients chicken thighs - I use 800gramsĀ  cornflour -enough to coat the chicken lightly garlic powder two tablespoons smoked pancetta -one packgarlic oilgarlic cloves gratedleekspunnet of mushroomsOne tub of creme fraicheOne chicken stock pot mixed with 800ml of hot waterwholegrain mustard 2 tablespoonsMixed Mediterranean herbs 1 tablespoonsonion powder 1 tablespoonWhite wine vinegar 2 tablespoons  ... Continue Reading →

Beef Wellington

This is my take on beef wellington, I don't add a pancake to the layers as some recipes call for and you can make this more special by having a nice fillet cut of beef and some white wine in your duxulle mix or use a normal cut of beef like I did in this... Continue Reading →

Creamy crab and prawn tail risotto

Well I can only say this dish is an absolute beauty which can be tailored for a mid week dinner or pushed to the next level for a dinner party special and all in all takes approximately forty minutes to cook so looks impressive compared to the ease of cooking. I know some see risotto... Continue Reading →

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