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Herbed Lamb Meatballs with Rich Tomato Sauce and Ricotta Recipe -Seamus Mullen. Food - Recipes : Five-spice belly pork with mango, pickled ginger and glass noodle salad. Food - Recipes : Chilli beef rendang. Miso love-Japanese steak with mushrooms | Meals in Heels. Food - Recipes : Beef chilli flash-fry with yoghurt rice. Food - Recipes : Five-spice braised beef. Food - Recipes : Lamb, beetroot and bulgur wheat patties. Cumin-Scented Pork (or Lamb or Goat) Stew with Black Mission Figs — Three Many Cooks. Serves 4 Serve this stew with couscous, the perfect sponge for all the flavorful stew juices. 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 pounds pork (lamb or goat) shoulder, cut into bite-sized chunks Kosher salt and ground black pepper 1 teaspoon ground cumin, plus extra for coating meat 1 large onion, cut into medium dice 2 large carrots, peeled and cut into medium dice 1/2 red bell pepper, stemmed seeded, and cut into medium dice 3 garlic cloves, minced 3/4 teaspoon dried thyme leave Pinch each cinnamon, cayenne, and turmeric 1 tablespoon tomato paste (preferably double concentrated) 1/2 cup red wine 1 1/2 cups chicken broth 10 dried black mission figs 2 bay leaves Adjust oven to lower-middle position and heat oven to 350 degrees.

Heat oil in Dutch oven over medium-high heat. Return meat to the pot; add broth, figs, and bay leaves and bring to a simmer. Hungarian Goulash with Sauerkraut — Three Many Cooks. Israeli Couscous with Ham, Mushrooms, and Brussels Sprouts. The holidays were over, the fridge was bare, and I didn’t feel much like cooking.

On the comfort scale I wanted something chicken noodle soup-like, only much easier. In the pantry I found couscous—both regular and Israeli. I choose the latter because I thought it’d give me a more comforting dish. I started with an onion—always. I cut off a little piece of the leftover holiday ham and diced it small. It wasn’t a first-course salad kind of night. Ten minutes later David walked in the door and immediately acknowledged that something smelled good. We sat down and ate it, and I gave thanks that such a simple dish could be so satisfying and nourishing.

A couple of days later Maggy came out to work. And so I did. Israeli Couscous With Ham, Mushrooms, and Brussels Sprouts by: Three Many Cooks Serves: 4 Ingredients Instructions Heat oil over medium-high heat in a small Dutch oven or large saucepan. Notes. Burmese Red Pork Stew — Three Many Cooks. Paprika pork with red peppers recipe. Mix master: Yotam Ottolenghi’s recipes for cooking with spice mixes. I know there’s a difference between black and white sesame seeds – the black seeds are unhulled and aren’t quite as nutty as the white – but the reason I often sprinkle both on a dish has less to do with taste and more to do with the way the two look together.

Against certain backgrounds – cubes of white tofu, say, or a beige rice – it’s the black sesame seeds that help make a dish attractive and tempting. It’s what happens when two (or more) ingredients combine to produce a result that is more than their sum. Likewise, I know there’s a difference between a violin and a viola, though my credentials for explaining that are are far less apparent. What I do know, however, is that Mozart’s duo for the two instruments is a very special interplay between similar-but-different instruments, working off each other to great effect. Cumin seeds also feature in ras el hanout, one of the most complex of all spice mixtures, which is found in various forms in Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco. Santa Fe Pork and Black Bean Stew Recipe. Polenta Sausage Mozzarella Casserole Recipe. This recipe is for a "sweet" version of this casserole, meaning not spicy. For a picante version, use hot Italian sausage and use red pepper flakes instead of the fennel seeds.

Method 1 Heat 3 Tbsp of olive oil in a large (2-3 qt) saucepan on medium heat. Add the sliced onion and sausage and sauté, stirring often, until the meat is browned. 2 While the sauce is cooking, coat the bottom of a 9x13-inch lasagna or gratin pan (a pan that can handle the heat of a broiler) with a 1 Tbsp oil. 3 Pour sauce over broiled polenta, then arrange mozzarella slices over the top and return the casserole to the broiler.

Hello! Pork Ricotta Meatballs in Tomato Sauce Recipe | SimplyRecipes.com. Muscle-building sirloin steak. Food - Recipes : Hotpot with vinegar onions. Heather Christo - Eat Well, Live Free. Deliciously Allergy Free Recipes. Creamy Sundried Tomato and Spicy Chicken Sausage Pasta Recipe by Heather Christo ( Hi Ladies and Gents. Happy Friday!! Personally this has felt like a bit of the longest week leading up to all of the festivities this weekend. We are ALL SUPERBOWL for the next few days. This is what you want to make in the next day or two before you spend all day Sunday creating masterpieces of tailgating grub. A super flavorful and creamy sundried tomato sauce (with NO dairy!!)

Ok, I hope you enjoy it, and please tune in Tomorrow. Recipe: Creamy Sundried Tomato and Spicy Chicken Sausage Pasta Ingredients 1 pound of penne pasta (I used gluten free)2 teaspoons olive oil¾ pound of spicy chicken sausage links3 tablespoons olive oil1 yellow onion, finely chopped1 clove garlic3 tablespoons sun dried tomatoes, julienned1 cup chicken broth1/3 cup coconut creamkosher salt¼ cup fresh basil leaves, julienned Instructions Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Cooking time: 20 minute(s) The weekend cook: Thomasina Miers’ recipes for Mexican-style lamb shoulder and homemade baked beans. Many people think that all Mexican food is spicy.

While this is true of some ceviches and salsas, many dried chillies are not hot at all, and are instead used to add layers of flavour with their rich, fruity tones. Their gentle, mellow heat is just the ticket on cold, January days. These different tastes – herbaceous, fruity, smoky, raisin-like, tobacco-like, even petrol-like – are subtle, deep and intoxicating, and once you start experimenting, it is hard to go back. Get dried chillies online or at larger supermarkets and buy in bulk: they last for months and are handy to have at your fingertips.

Slow-cooked, spice-crusted lamb with sweet chillies Shoulder of lamb is a wonderfully forgiving cut. 1 shoulder of lambFlaky sea salt1 whole head garlic2 carrots, peeled and roughly diced2 onions, peeled and roughly diced3 ancho chillies1 chipotle chilli350ml full-bodied red wine1-2 tsp redcurrant jelly Cut off the excess fat from the lamb. Heat the oven to 150C/300F/gas mark 2. Food - Recipes : Red-braised pork ribs with sweet shallots and peanuts. Half Baked Harvest - Made with Love. So I get a lot of questions. Some of them super weird (like really weird), some of them super creepy, some super nosy and most that are thankfully – normal. By far my most asked question is how I come up with new recipes. I think I get asked this everyday, and not just by readers. I swear my mom asks me this all the time and then continues to say she would NEVER want to do what I do. We could not be more different.

But she did unknowingly provided me with my secret weapon. Some people go to their mom or grandma’s for family recipes or ideas when their brains are not producing anything worth eating. But me? Obviously, she’s not really a great source of ideas for me. But you see, she has this friend. I call her Mrs. But anyway, Mrs. She knows how to make pretty much everything and she does it from scratch too.

This is so simple. And the flavors are insanely good. My favorite ingredient though is probably the tangerines, or cuties as we call them around here. Oh, and I really love the ginger too! Food - Recipes : Griddled pork chop with Thai red cabbage. Grilled stuffed peppers. A couple of weeks ago, my mom told me she was going on vacation and I kindly volunteered to house sit for her in Houston. My initial plan was to take advantage of her spacious air-conditioned kitchen that not only has counters but also a dishwasher and an in-sink disposal.

(These are all luxuries not found in my NYC apartment.) Not to mention she’s within driving distance of my two favorite grocery stores: Central Market and Fiesta. Cooking at my mom’s place in Houston was going to be a dream vacation! Everything was perfect until I tried to start cooking. I admit, eating my way through Texas is not bad work—even when you’re consuming up to eight meals a day. And this: and this: Towards the end of my stay, I had grown tired of restaurants and was itching to cook again or at least eat a home-cooked meal. If you ever receive an invitation for a meal from a cookbook writer you’d be a fool not to accept, especially if you like to eat. Yield: 6 small pepper halves. Tex-Mex meatballs in a chipotle-tomato sauce. Sundays in October might be my favorite days of the year. The leaves are starting to put on their annual show, the air is crisp, and there are so many choices on how you can spend your day.

For instance, on Sundays you can be lazy and sit on the couch all day reading the paper and a good book; or you can be busy, and visit flea markets and tag sales. You might choose to go to church in the morning and then come home for a Sunday roast; or you might save your eating for later that day when your football team plays a game. The latter is how many of my friends spend their Sundays this time of year, and it’s always fun coming up with some good game-day grub.

Things that always work for me are dips, chile con queso, and other easy foods that can be eaten with your hands. Of course, Texas chili, stews and soups are also good choices, but the nice thing about finger foods is you don’t have to mess with utensils. Enter this skillet of Tex-Mex meatballs swimming in a spicy chipotle tomato sauce.

Food - Recipes : Beef, stout and chestnut casserole with leek colcannon. Food - Recipes : Spiced mutton stew with apricots. Food - Recipes : Chinese-style pork patties with chilli dip. Food Stories. This is a nifty wee dish to bash out on the BBQ. What? No it’s not raining, you’re imagining things. Okay it is, but this is Britain; stick a brolly over it. The flavours here aren’t for the faint-hearted anyway; there’s liver, which some people are against, and a large amount of onions. Oh and an extremely spicy dressing. In case you hadn’t noticed, I recently went to Istanbul. Liver and Onions, Turkish Style For the onions 2 onions, cut into half moons 2 tablespoons Turkish chilli paste 2 tablespoons pomegranate molasses 1 tablespoon black urfa Turkish chilli flakes 2 teaspoons hot chilli flakes 1 tablespoon lemon juice Soak your onions in iced water for 30 minutes.

For the liver Lamb’s liver (this works with any amount as you’re just dusting it with spices) Oil Ground chilli Ground coriander Flaky salt Give the liver a rub with a little oil and whack it on a BBQ for a couple of minutes each side, or until charred on the outside and still a little pink within. Food Stories. [Edit] I WON! Thanks so much to everyone who voted. ‘Frazzled’ aubergines? Okay, so I’m definitely not talking about aubergines cooked alongside the popular, bacon rasher-shaped potato snacks. I sense your relief. The idea of ‘burnt’ aubergines may be more familiar; popularised recently by chefs like Ottolenghi, it’s actually an age-old cooking technique.

Shiny purple fruits are placed over a naked flame, roasted or grilled until skins blacken and they collapse inward on themselves with a steamy sigh. The meatballs bobbing within are made with lamb, sweet nubs of date and warming cumin and chilli. I came up with this recipe as for the Le Creuset ‘Cast Iron Challenge’, so if you think this sounds a bit tasty, please vote for my recipe on twitter (using ‘I’m voting for @FoodStories in the (@McArthurGlenUK #LeCreuset #CastIronChallenge and you could win a Le Creuset voucher worth £50!!

Lamb and Date Meatballs in Frazzled Aubergine Sauce For the sauce. Miso Beef with Soba Noodles & Crispy Kale Chips. Let’s not jump into pumpkins and butternuts just yet. Let’s ease into this autumn thing. September is about crossover dishes – a little bit summer with a hint or two of fall. This dish is the perfect balance of both seasons. And wrapped up on their own, the kale chips would make a great lunchtime snack or gift to a friend. As autumn loiters in the shadows of September, turning leaves to brown and day to night, my cooking becomes a touch more substantial. Working with Japanese flavors requires a different approach to cooking. Soba noodles are fast food in Japan but since they are made from buckwheat, they’re also a healthy option. Miso Beef with Soba Noodles & Crispy Kale Chips Ingredients: For the beef: 3 1/2 ounces awase miso paste (mixture of red and white miso)1 1/2 tablespoons sake3 tablespoons mirin2 tablespoons caster sugar (very fine granulated sugar)1 (around 12 ounces) sirloin steakUnsalted butter, for finishing For the dressing: For the kale chips: For the salad: Directions:

Crockpot Sweet and Sour Pomegranate Short Ribs with Creamy Polenta. Since I have started writing this blog I have tried a lot of new foods. Short ribs are one of those foods. Until recently, I had never made them, but I am pretty sure they are my new go to food. Basically, I have already made them twice in the last two weeks and no one has complained.

They are just that good. But you know what is not good? So not good that I honestly cannot stop thinking about how bad it was! Yesterday I think I made one of the worst tasting things I have ever made. Ugh. I know a lot of people have been really successful at making lentil meatballs, but I am not one of those people. Never again. I make a lot food, and yeah I have fails, but by fails that normally only means not blog worthy. Oh, and I promise to all the fourteen people who are spending three weeks with us over Christmas, I will stick to what I know and try hard not to mess up the tacos. Although, now that I think about it, I messed those up real bad one time too. But anyway, this meal (thankfully) is good. Slow Cooker Pig Cheek Ragu - North/South Food. Braised Pork Belly.

Braised Pork Belly Not too long ago, Christine from Christine’s Recipes sent me a copy of her cookbook – “Easy Recipes-A Selection of Simple Classics (簡易食譜──精選.易學.經典)”. I was really excited when I got her cookbook and couldn’t wait to flip through the book and check out all the recipes. I have been following Christine’s blog for quite a while now and I love all the recipes that she has been sharing. “Easy Recipes-A Selection of Simple Classics” contains a selection of over 60 classic and delicious recipes, including breakfast, tea, main, soup and dessert. Each recipe is very well-written in both Chinese and English. Besides, it is also accompanied with step-by-step instructions followed with pictures side by side. Personally, I love classic dishes and I think this book has all those yummy and most-loved classic dishes that everyone loves and it is a great keeper in my cookbook collections.

There are so many recipes that I wanted to try and couldn’t make up my mind. The weekend cook: Thomasina Miers’ recipes for roast partridge, prune and chestnut salad and apple charlotte. Game is the big treat of autumn: free-range and seriously delicious, it is full of protein and virtually fat-free; being somewhat out of fashion, it is also great value. Young birds are tender and have a delicately earthy taste (gone are the days when birds were hung for days on end to get faintly “high”) and, once cooked, you can make a stock with the bones, providing the base for other healthy, winning dishes. I love game in salads, as they allow the meat to shine without drowning it in a rich sauce. An apple charlotte feels like the perfect follow-up: use as many varieties of apples as you can find, variety being the spice of life. Roast partridge, prune, chestnut and bitter leaf salad You can use any game bird here.

Partridge has the gentlest flavour, so is a great introduction to game. Pheasant works, too, but you will only need a pair, while grouse and teal are a more extravagant treat. Heat the oven to 200C/390F/gas mark 6. Apple and ginger caramel charlotte. Food - Recipes : Shredded chilli beef with spicy noodles. Balsamic Fig Glazed Pork w/Blistered Cherry Tomatoes and Creamy Gorgonzola Polenta.

Day 21: Maple Roast Pork Tenderloin with Apples - Dinner With Julie Dinner With Julie Day 21: Maple Roast Pork Tenderloin with Apples - Dinner With Julie. Pork cheek tacos with blood orange and chipotle. Pasta, Sausage & Broccoli Bake. Taiwanese Meat Sauce and Rice Recipe. Food - Recipes : Braised Jacob’s Ladder, kohlrabi, mustard cream and crisp shallots.

Food - Recipes : Pulled beef brisket in a milk bun. Food - Recipes : Tamarind and coconut lamb and vegetable stir-fry. Food - Recipes : Lamb neck fillet tagine with tabbouleh. Food - Recipes : Pork chop with stuffed baked apples, roasted shallots and boulangère potatoes. Food - Recipes : Chinese five-spice spare ribs. Food - Recipes : Pork belly with lentils and black cabbage salsa. Food - Recipes : Ossobuco of pork with new season garlic and radish. Food - Recipes : Braised lamb shank with bay and borlotti beans. Local Milk | main street meats: fennel, leek, & orange pork osso buco. Nigel Slater's baked pork with cardamom, ginger and yogurt; rice and lentil, and lychee sorbet recipes. Steak and quick massaman curry sauce « What Rachel Ate. Cumin toasted chickpeas with sausage & kale. Food - Recipes : Tonkatsu pork. Food - Recipes : Crackling pork belly.

Nigel Slater’s pork rib recipes. Orange & Hoisin Glazed Pork Medallions with Pineapple Fried Brown Rice. Food - Recipes : Sweet sticky spicy ribs with red onion salad. Pork Mango Picadillo Recipe. Readers' recipe swap: Meatballs recipes | Felicity Cloake. Hangover Stew - Dinner With Julie Dinner With Julie Hangover Stew. Pork Tenderloin with Apples. Spiced Pork Tenderloin with Sautéed Apples. Pulled pork: Cook at home, no smoker required | London Piggy. Balsamic Pork Medallions with Grilled Peaches & Wild Rice Salad. Hog in the limelight: Yotam Ottolenghi's pork recipes. 12 recipe ideas for leftover sausages. Readers' recipe swap: Meatballs recipes | Felicity Cloake. Char siu pork shoulder with glazed leeks recipe. Food - Recipes : Red-cooked pork belly.

Food - Recipes : Spiced braised pork belly with pickled turnip salad. Food - Recipes : Sweet sticky spicy ribs with red onion salad. Char sui barbecue pork with stir-fried Asian greens recipe. Duck Breast Recipe & Potato Dauphinoise. Duck Legs with Star Anise| Duck Recipes. Food - Recipes : Braised pork cheeks with ginger carrots and Jersey Royal potatoes. Taiwanese Pork Noodle Recipe - Lo Ba. Mexican red pork with chilli and chocolate recipe. Oxtail with prunes, orange and star anise. Food - Recipes : Asian-braised shin of beef with hot and sour shredded salad. Braised Beef Goulash with Smoked Pimenton - Casserole. Sausage, fennel seed and mushroom ragù with Parmesan polenta Recipe. Slow cooking recipes | Yotam Ottolenghi.

Food - Recipes : Beef ribs with barbecue sauce, baked potato and chive soured cream. Stevie Parle's pork vindaloo recipe. Pork Noodle Stir Fry Recipe with Spicy Kimchi. Healing recipes: venison casserole with cranberries. Food - Recipes : Beef and apple tagine. Baked Orzo with Lamb. Venison biryani recipe. Food - Recipes : Slow roast leg of lamb with chardonnay, rosemary, sage and bay.

Venison sausages with red wine and wild mushrooms recipe. Food - Recipes : Mulled lamb. Pork Stew for Holiday Dinners. Lamb, coconut & mango pilau. Pork with pears, prunes & verjuice. How to cook the perfect Lancashire hotpot. Nigel Slater's pork belly recipe. Nigel Slater's 20 best Observer recipes: meat dishes.