Coq no vin

Pancetta lardons Skin on chicken oyster thighs -on the bone 2 Shallots 2 carrots Punnet chestnut mushrooms and white mushrooms 3 cloves garlic Thyme Onion granules Flour 1 tbps Red wine vinegar (or red wine if cooking with alcohol) Beef stock Method Fry off the pancetta lardons and put to one side In same pan... Continue Reading →

Hake with creamed leek and courgette with garlic roasted baby potatoes

Ingredients Hake fillets deboned Lemon zest and juice of Garlic cloves 4 minced Shallot finely chopped 1 leek sliced lengthways 1 courgette shared with veg peeler into ribbons 200ml cream 50ml white wine vinegar 1 chicken stock pot Cracked black pepper Sea Salt Lemon pepper Garlic seasoning Italian mixed herbs Baby potatos quartered Rapeseed oil... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

Beef and mushroom in oyster sauce with noodles

Ingredients400g of diced beef, or sirloin beef stripscornflouroyster sauce 3 to 4 tablespoonsdark soy sauce 3 tablespoonssesame oil for cooking and for garnish before servingsesame seedsmushrooms choppedOne onion finely choppedgreen beanscourgette choppedOne nest of noodles per two adults,chicken stock pot 1 litrebeef stock pot 500mlchinese five spice 2 teaspoonsgarlic granules 1 teaspoononion powder 1 teaspoonspring... Continue Reading →

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