The best way to keep warm this winter is to stay in and have comfort food waiting in the kitchen. Slow-cooked butter chicken with tomatoes and lots of spices definitely sounds tempting. Too decadent? Not this particular recipe that only needs a tablespoon of butter, so you can enjoy and dig in without the guilt!(more…)
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!
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!
Roast beef is always a perfect dish to serve for a special Sunday dinner. With its succulent and flavourful meat, adults and kids alike would find it hard to resist. Ideal for a family or a group of people to feed, roast beef won’t only satisfy your hunger but will also give you comfort on a cold weekend night.
An exotic curry dish remains an old favourite during winter. Cooked in a slow cooker, this Asian/Caribbean cuisine fills the house with a rich, inviting smell that’s sure to make stomachs growl in hunger.
Here we have a slow-cooked mildly spicy chicken curry recipe that’s perfect no matter how rushed your time is for cooking. With a serving size of 6, it’ll leave everyone in the family satisfied.