Sometimes you just need a filling, hearty meal to get you through the day, especially on cold, driech, windy days of Autumn. This version of a Corned Beef Hash won’t just fill you up, but it’s lipsmackingly tasty and fairly cheap to put together! What you Need: Onion Corned Beef Potato Salt Pepper Butter…… Continue reading Corned Beef Hash
Using leftovers from any Roast is a superb way of cutting costs and using your meat to its fullest, this recipe is a quick way of rustling up a dish that’ll heat your boots and fill your stomachs! What you need: Sauce 1/2 Onion 2-3 garlic cloves Chilli Tin of Tomatoes Chicken Stock (or water…… Continue reading Taylor’s Leftover Chicken Jalfrezi
Another day, another Tomato soup. But lets face it you can’t have enough recipes for this particular soup! What you’ll need: Onions Garlic Celery Carrot Butter Olive oil Tin tomatoes 1 litre Chicken or vegetable stock Tomato puree Basil (fresh or dried) Onions, garlic, celery, carrot into butter & olive oil. Gently sweat…… Continue reading Tomato Soup
What you’ll need Plums onion garlic ginger cider vinegar brown sugar chilli flakes cinnamon 1. Chop up yer ingredients, add your onion, garlic and ginger to the pot. Give a good stir then add your plums 2. Then add your cider vinegar, brown sugar, chilli flakes and cinnamon 3. Give the mixture a stir then…… Continue reading Plum ketchup
From time to time I get handed game from friends who know my passion well. This week was a couple of Duck Breast. I had been thinking about a Chinese meal for a few weeks since visiting the Oriental supermarket in Stirling, bingo! What you’ll need 2 Plump Duck Breasts Salt Chinese Five Spice 1.…… Continue reading Crispy Chinese Duck Breast
When the weather is turning to Autumn, the trees are losing their bright green foliage and turning to a rustic copper, you need a pick me up that will warm the heart.
This way of using up leftover Colcannon Mash makes a hearty side for your main meal.