We’re putting a twist on the Italian polpette. While the traditional meatballs calls for ground beef or veal, this Italian-inspired recipe uses chicken for a more affordable, tasty dish.(more…)
This green chicken curry is the curry of choice for those who like it creamy with a spicy kick. The vibrant colours and bold flavours will keep you cosy and warmed up this winter. The good news: it’s one of those one-pot wonders you make in minutes on a pressure cooker or multi-cooker!READ MORE
At Easter, it is really nice to make an effort to celebrate food with family and friends. Over the past few years, I have found roast chicken my Easter roast of choice as it is simple to prepare. When served with salad and baked potatoes, it’s not too heavy to enjoy on a long table lunch.(more…)
If you love rice-based dishes, then it’s high time you try jambalaya, a dish originating from the cultural melting pot of Louisiana in the United States. Jambalaya is the quintessential cultural symbol of this colourful region, reflecting French, Spanish, African, and Caribbean influences to form a uniquely Creole cuisine. (more…)
Hearty meals can be quick. This chicken pilaf cooks in under an hour in one pot to boot! It’s the perfect dish to warm you up during cool autumn nights.
Incorporating herbs and spices from all over the world, this chicken pilaf is full of exciting flavours and wonderful textures, with rice, nuts, and fresh pomegranate. The Greek yogurt also adds a cool, tart, and creamy element to this one-pot wonder. You’ll be making this chicken pilaf so often, you’ll probably add your name to the recipe.