Piri-piri chicken with smashed sweet potatoes & broccoli recipe. Piri-piri chicken with smashed sweet potatoes & broccoli recipe. Sausage & white bean casserole recipe. Chilli prawn noodles — Co-op. Sweet-sour sausages and spiced mince pasta: Ravinder Bhogal’s easy recipes for a staycation. In her book French Country Cooking, Elizabeth David acknowledges that delicious meals can be cooked with the sole aid of a “blackened frying pan and a camp fire”, but writes about assembling her ideal batterie de cuisine to “cook something less primitive in the way of food”.
Holiday cooking shouldn’t require intense packing, and I prefer to take a minimalist approach: pared-down techniques with sparser kitchen equipment and ingredients, and meals that can be cooked in no more than two pans. After all, who wants to be left doing the dishes when staycationing? Sweet-and-sour sausages with peaches (pictured top) Summer peaches, with their ripe, sticky sweetness eked out by the scorch of the oven, and plump sausages are perfect bedfellows in this one-tray bake.
Prep 15 minCook 30 minServes 4 For the sweet-sour sauce100ml tomato ketchup1-2 heaped tbsp hot sauce (such as sriracha), depending on how spicy you like it1 tbsp honey1 tbsp rice-wine vinegar3 tsp soy sauce1 tsp rapeseed oil. Pomegranate and sweet potato chicken traybake recipe. Sausage, vegetable and gnocchi tray bake recipe. 81 Traybake recipes. Chicken traybake with peanut roasties and pea sauce recipe. Bacon-wrapped chicken traybake.
Mince and tatties casserole. Nigel Slater’s easy feelgood recipes for chicken and flapjacks. There has been much rummaging in cupboards recently and, whilst I have come across a small cornucopia of seeds, nuts and dried fruit in tightly lidded storage jars, few have contained more than the end of a packet.
I could have used them up in a seeded fruit cake, but what felt more useful right now was a recipe within reach of anyone, maybe someone who has never cooked before. A recipe that won’t mind if you mix and match the ingredients according to what’s left in the cupboard. Sweetcorn Chowder With Toasted Tortillas. The tortillas we use here are those crisp, crunchy, corn-gritty triangles that somehow always feel like a guilty pleasure. Although having said that, I know only that "guilty pleasures" exist, but I have never understood the point of feeling guilty about pleasure.
Rather, I see plenty of reasons for feeling guilty about failing to take pleasure in things. Pappardelle With Lamb Ragu. ‘Ragout’ is French, ‘ragù’ Italian, and this meat sauce is certainly inspired by the Sicilian combination of sweet lamb, dried wild mint and crushed chilli flakes, though I’ve added an Anglo note with a little redcurrant jelly. Pappardelle, those egg-rich, wide ribbons, are my favourite here, but do choose any pasta you want. And if you can find a bit of fresh mint to add as you serve, then go for it.
For US cup measures, use the toggle at the top of the ingredients list. Read more. Chicken Teriyaki. Jay Rayner’s pork, chorizo and butter bean stew – appetite magazine. Vegan Spag Bol. This is perfect when you need ballast, comfort and cheer.
It’s certainly not light, and you may of course use less sauce per pasta (and indeed less pasta, too) than I advise, but I have very much modelled it, as its title indicates, on that traditional British delight, spag bol, which is always much more heavily sauced than any Italian would condone. I do want to say that this is no second-best meat substitute, but a gorgeously rich sauce in its own right: the aubergine/eggplant melts into the lentils, and the dried mushrooms – predominantly the soaking liquid – bring an intense umami depth. Should you not have any dried mushrooms to hand, you could by all means stir some marmite or vegemite into the 250ml/1 cup freshly boiled water until it dissolves, and add this along with the tins of tomatoes, but if you can get the dried mushrooms, they bring a magic of their own, which I would be unwilling to do without.
For US cup measures, use the toggle at the top of the ingredients list. Chicken In A Pot with Lemon and Orzo. This is a dish, a family favourite, that I cooked moreorless straight after I’d got off the plane after two months on the road, to signal and celebrate that I was truly home.
It’s a simple one pot dish that brings comfort and joy, and it is my pleasure to share that with you. It’s so hard to be utterly precise and specific with this kind of cooking: if you’re feeding small children, for example, you may not want to add the chilli flakes. Similarly, you may want to use just one lemon, rather than the two I like. Your chicken may weigh more or less: the ones I get tend to vary between 1.5kg and 1.7kg / 3½lb and 3¾lbs. And although I have specified the casserole I have used, and always use, you obviously will use the one you have, which will make a difference to how quickly everything cooks, how much evaporation there will be, and so on. Don’t let these things trouble you unduly: this is a simple recipe that brings profound pleasure.
Read more. Crab Mac 'n' Cheese. This is the most luscious of treats: rich, to be sure, but somehow delicate at the same time.
Smoked paprika and crab (a 50/50 mixture of both white and brown meat) give an almost honeyed depth to the velvety cheese sauce, which is made with nutty and sweet gruyere. The combination is just sumptuous, like a cross between a mac’n’cheese and a bisque. I stray further from tradition in that I use pasta shells rather than macaroni, and I don’t scatter more cheese on top and brown it in the oven, and indeed advise sternly against it. I find a freckling of Aleppo pepper (though you could use paprika) more than makes up for the familiar heat-scorched finish. It would be remiss of me not to let you know that if you bump up the milk in the sauce recipe to 300ml / 1¼ cups, it makes for sensational seafood nachos: warm tortilla chips in the oven, then pour the sauce over them, and top with sliced red chillies and chopped chives or whatever you please. Spicy Chicken Stir-Fry With Celery and Peanuts Recipe. Slow cooker beef stew recipe - BBC Good Food.
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Skip to the recipe. Cheesy Chilli. I can't count how often I find myself stirring a pan with some mince in it, day to day.
Not that this is anything to apologize for: it's easy, quick and comforting. I could probably measure out my life in chilli bowls, and that's no bad thing either. This recipe draws again on a favourite time-saving practice of mine, which is to start off with some paprika-piccante chorizo sausages that give off a fiery orange oil in which to sear and season the mince. Chicken With 40 Cloves of Garlic. James Martin’s ultimate macaroni cheese recipe - BBC Food.
Thai red curry recipe - BBC Good Food. Chicken Teriyaki. Chinese Spareribs Recipe. When ready to cook, preheat oven to 375°F.
Remove ribs from bag, wiping off excess marinade with your fingers (reserve the marinade). Line a rimmed baking sheet with foil, set a wire rack in it, and spread the ribs evenly over the rack. Cover with aluminum foil and roast for 1 hour. The Best Chili Ever Recipe. Heat 4 tablespoons (60ml) rendered beef fat (if necessary, add vegetable oil to reach 4 tablespoons) in a large Dutch oven or heavy-bottomed stockpot over medium heat until shimmering.
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Kenji López-Alt] I gotta admit up front: The title of this article is somewhat misleading. Yes, we will discuss chili, and yes, it's the best chili I personally have ever made. But! To call something "the best chili ever" implies that the recipe is perfect, and perfection implies that there is no room for improvement. Yotam Ottolenghi's Sunday lunch recipes.
Outine, oh how I miss you … To know what to expect, every single day, is priceless: it keeps you sound and sensible; it gives purpose and focus. But not all is lost in these days of lockdown. Old routines are transforming into new ones, and many of them, I am happy to say, revolve around food. Mealtimes have been regaining their past glory as our main way to punctuate the day, or week. How to cook the perfect rösti. For a simple peasant dish with just two ingredients – and humble ones at that – rösti is surprisingly difficult to pin down. In fact, it's almost as if the Swiss want to keep the recipe secret, tucked away in a subterranean vault, as establishing anything concrete about this Alpine favourite, from the type of potatoes used to the cooking method, is a feat akin to scaling the north face of the Eiger. (In fact, it's even harder, because no one, as far as I can tell, has come up with anything even vaguely resembling a definitive rösti recipe.) The only thing I do work out during my initial research is that I've been pronouncing it wrongly all these years: apparently it's reursch-ti rather than row-sti.
But frankly, that's the least of my troubles. While many Swiss consider it their national dish, the world has taken a shine to it too, and it's not as if I haven't eaten a few in my time (most memorably one in the Himalayas that came with a teaspoon embedded in the centre). In the raw. No-Knead Bread Recipe. Sichuan Spicy Wontons Recipe. Sweet, savory, garlicky, and not as spicy as they look, Sichuan spicy wontons (aka Hong You Chao Shou, 紅油抄手, in Mandarin) are a delicious combination of sweet soy sauce, raw garlic, roasted red chili, and a touch of vinegar to balance things out. In the U.S., we’re in the midst of a huge explosion in the popularity of Sichuan food.
Sichuan and Hunan-style restaurants are appearing in all of the major cities, and we like it! No matter where we travel in the U.S. One box of eggs – 17 delicious ways to use them, from french toast to huevos rancheros. 10-Minute Thai Basil Chicken (Easy Gai Pad Krapow) There are a select few really good meals in this world that take just 10 minutes to prepare from start to finish. This Thai Basil Chicken (Gai Pad Krapow) is one of them. And it isn’t one of those rush jobs either. Next level paella recipe. You Can Make Homemade Greggs Sausage, Bean And Cheese Bakes At Home With This Recipe. With a number of fast food restaurants and takeaways being forced to shut down thanks to Coronavirus, we are missing some of our old favourites.
McDonald’s Big Macs (sob), KFC’s Bargain Buckets (wah) and basically anything and everything from Greggs (WHYGODWHY). But there is a solution. Make them yourself at home! If you can get hold of ingredients that is… Easy Japanese Cheesecake Recipe - so fluffy and jiggly! Try this Japanese Cheesecake or Cotton Cheesecake recipe for a super fluffy, light-as-air cheesecake you will ever make. Add some fresh berries to make it pretty and ready for any special occasions. What is Japanese Cheesecake? Slow-Cooker Butter Chicken Recipe. Honey Garlic Sriracha Chicken. Spicy peanut butter noodles - recipe. When I need to rustle up a quick meal out of nothing, I often turn to my stash of dried noodles and Chinese seasonings. A simple bowl of noodles, stirred into excitement by a spicy Sichuanese sauce, finished with a little fresh spring onion greens and some fragrant seeds or nuts, is extremely satisfying and takes less than half an hour to make. This particular recipe is inspired by similar noodle dishes I've tasted in Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan, although I've used peanut butter instead of the more typical sesame paste.
If I happen to have a cucumber or a crisp lettuce in the fridge, I might make a little salad to serve on the side. I try to keep a supply of Clearspring dried udon and buckwheat noodles in my larder, but you can use any kind of dried Chinese or Japanese noodle for this recipe. If you don't have Chinkiang vinegar, use a marginally smaller amount of red wine vinegar instead: just enough to sharpen up the rich, nutty sauce. Nigel Slater’s autumn recipes to take time over. I am on the brink of lighting the first fire of the year. Turkey Meatball Recipe. Jamie Oliver pasta recipes. Jamie’s classic family lasagne. Rick Stein's Macaroni Cheese with Smoky Bacon.
Cookies. Southern Indian fish curry. Nadiya Hussain's Vegetarian Halloumi Curry Recipe. Peanut butter chicken recipe. Nigel Slater’s chicken with butterbeans and rosemary. Spicy chicken nasi goreng. 3 medium eggs 3 tbsp vegetable oil 6 shallots, finely sliced 3 tbsp medium-hot curry paste 2 skinless chicken breasts, sliced into strips 300g freshly cooked basmati rice 200g small cooked and peeled prawns 1/2 cucumber, peeled and diced Handful of fresh coriander, roughly chopped Prawn crackers, to serveKecap manis (a thick sweet Indonesian soy sauce), to serve 1. Beat the eggs together in a large bowl and season with salt and freshly ground black pepper.
Heat 1 teaspoon of the oil in a deep,wide,non-stick frying pan over a medium heat. Seafood paella. BBC Food - Recipes - Turkey enchiladas. Cider ham with a honey glaze Recipe. BEST SATAY SAUCE. Leftover Mashed Potato Pancakes Recipe. Jack Monroe’s barbecue cola ribs recipe. Roasted duck breast with plum sauce. Chicken & chorizo paella. Pot-roast beef with French onion gravy. Thai pork & peanut curry. Ham-and-Cheese-Stuffed Chicken Recipe.
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Let's get this straight. You object to canned enchilada sauce yet your using canned tomato sauce. Don't you see the irony here? Here's how to go about it, you take a tomato extract the juice then add all other ingredients, simple. – shtoink
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