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 →

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 →

Sundried tomato and Chorizo stuffed chicken thighs with mediterranean tagliatelle

Ingredients Chicken thighs ( two per adult ,one per child) Sunndried tomatos half a jar Oil from the tomatoes jar Sundried tomato pesto Chorizo slices ( I used Supervalu's own range ) Tagliatelle pasta One chicken stock pot One courgette One red pepper Garlic granules Paprika Mixed mediterranean herbs tinfoil Method Roll out your skinless... Continue Reading →

Beef and chorizo stuffed creamy cannelloni

Ingredients Beef stock 5% lean mince 800gPassataTinned tomatoGarlic OnionMushroomWorcestershire sauceRed wine vinegarPaprikaMixed herbsChilliTomato sauce Cannelloni tubes - I used 16 for a portion serving two adults and two kids White sauce - (milk 500ml,garlic,onion,butter & flour(50g of each) ,nutmeg optional) Cream garlic granules White cheddar grated -optional     Method To make the beef and... 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 →

Shellfish paella

Who doesn't love Paella, it immediately reminds me of sunny Spanish days or indeed rainy days like today in Ireland during the Covid 29 lockdown. We were due to fly to Majorca yesterday but thar wasn't meant to be so instead I decided to bring a little Spain to our dinner table. It's a dish... Continue Reading →

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