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
If you think slow cooking is the only way to get fall-off-the-bone meat, then you haven’t tried pressure cooking. It provides the same results but in less time. This Mexican pulled pork only takes 45 minutes to cook but is as tender and delicious as if it were slow cooked for hours.Continue reading “Mexican Pulled Pork Recipe”
No need to travel far or wait for winter just to have cubes of bread dipped into gooey, melted cheese. With the right ingredients and a good fondue pot, you can make authentic cheese fondue at home all year round.
When lemons are in abundance, there is nothing like a nostalgic lemon cake. This is perfectly tart yet sweetened ever so slightly by the maple syrup and has a moist pillowy centre. This recipe will also work beautifully with other citrus such as limes or oranges. Continue reading “Lemon Cake with Maple Syrup Recipe”
The cold weather has me craving hot, filling meals. But a hot soup doesn’t cut it; I want something deliciously aromatic and intensely flavourful, preferably with a thick sauce. A curry sounds perfect, right? Beef massaman curry, to be exact. Continue reading “Beef Massaman Curry Recipe”
The days are growing shorter and the nights colder. Get ready to fall into autumn with a sumptuous fish tagine by the incredible Emma Dean to make you feel all warm, cosy, and ready for the change in season. Continue reading “Quick Fish Tagine Recipe by Emma Dean”