Try this tasty family-friendly Lamb Curry; it cooks in the slow cooker while you are at work leaving you just the rice to prepare. Continue reading Lamb Curry – for the whole family
Lemon & Olive Roast Lamb, 6th August 2016 The ‘chief tester’ is away at the moment and I have to confess to eating quite badly for the first few days – today I thought I really need to make an … Continue reading Lemon and Olive Roast Lamb
Don’t you just love a meal made in one-pot? less dishes for a start….and you get a meal that is packed with deliciousness! Continue reading Lamb with Winter Roots – slow cooked
A couple of years ago we were gifted a small tangine – it is a gorgeous red colour, non-stick and perfect for a meal for two people.
A tangine is a cooking pot used in North Africa and in the Middle East. Most of the liquid is derived from ingredients and the water formed is turned into vapour, which condenses on the inside of the lid running down the inside to the edges of the tangine bottom. This way, Maillard browning reactions can occur, which would not be the case if it were a stew, where the meat/vegetables are covered with water.
Enough of the history lesson!
After an afternoon at the beach I was relaxing with a glass of wine thinking about dinner when the door bell rang. Our neighbours popping in for a chat! It was great to catch up however it was after 8.30pm … Continue reading A Quick Dinner – leftover Lamb & Braised Cannellini Beans