This is one of our favourite steak recipes which can be cooked in a skillet, grill pan or on the BBQ. Prepare in advance for added flavour.
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Prepare this tasty meal for your first night of camping food, for full tummies and happy campers! Cook on the night or prepare beforehand and freeze, then heat up on your portable induction cooktop while the rest of the crew put up the tent!
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Impress guests the next time you throw a bbq by cooking smoking pork ribs on your gas bbq. Kissed by smoke, hugged by sauce and licked by fire, smoking pork ribs are every meat-lovers favourite when it comes to barbecuing.
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Applying a dry rub is essential when making BBQ Ribs. The combination of salt, sugar, herbs, and spices will fully enhance the meat’s flavour, add some heat, and help create a tasty surface crust. Try this southern american style dry rub for full flavour with a touch sweetness and a hint of heat.
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Rich and hearty, a sumptuous ragu is just the thing to warm and fill an empty stomach, especially on cold, bleak days. We bring you our version of this Italian comfort food, to be served with any pasta of your choice and enjoyed with a glass (or more) of wine. The best thing about ragu is that it can be made ahead of time and kept frozen for up to 3 months – great for busy people and big families!
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Tender , Slow Cooked Lamb Shanks always make for a wonderful filling dinner! Allowing the meat the time it needs to be slow cooked, you can make these well-loved lamb shanks even more succulent and appetising. This tummy-filling dish combines the rich flavour of lamb shanks, tomatoes, mushrooms, vegetables and herbs — just a perfect meal to serve for the entire family!
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Also known as beef ragout in some territories, osso bucco is one of the most succulent and hearty beef dishes around. It is a favourite of Aussies, too, including professional chefs and Masterchefs. There isn’t much surprise to all this fandom, since the slow cooking helps bring out all of the aromatic flavour and smell of the beef and herbs. It takes over 6 hours to cook, which means it’s perfect for occasions and gatherings which you can plan ahead of time. Presentation is also a key here, and you will notice how enticing the recipe is just by looking at its photo. You just know you’ll want seconds!
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If there is one meat dish that exemplifies the culinary style of British cuisine, it has to be this. Beef wellington can be both a sophisticated dinner and a comfort food if done correctly. Even experienced chefs are scared of this recipe – but with the right ingredients and plenty of patience, anyone – yes, you too – can pull this off!
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If there was an award given out for favourite party food, we’d guess home-made mini sausage rolls would take it out almost every time! Loved for their bite-sized convenience, these home-made mini sausage rolls will impress you with their flavoursome meat centre and crisp pastry finish!
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Barbecue steak is inarguably one of the most popular and favoured dishes amongst meat lovers. But whilst many can easily indulge themselves in a tender, juicy steak, not everyone has the skill (and yes, the courage) to cook a wonderful steak on the grill. One reason is that cooking the perfect BBQ steak requires some knowledge as well as proper care or handling. After all steaks are made from the more expensive cuts of meat, so the least we’d want is to have an overcooked or burnt steak, which would also mean a waste of money and resources.
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