Classic beef ragu is a great dish for turning inexpensive beef cuts and pantry staples into a hearty meal. This is best enjoyed with pappardelle as the thick sauce and shredded beef cling to the flat, wide noodles. A good wok is perfect for cooking the ragu low and slow then tossing the pasta in delicious sauce using its sloped sides.Continue reading “Beef Ragu Recipe”
The MasterPro 12-in-1 multicooker is a pot that does it all. With its smart technology, all-around cooks and beginners can easily master home cooking with just a press of a button. Our selection of MasterPro multi cooker recipes shows you exactly how versatile this wonder pot can be.Continue reading “MasterPro 12-in-1 Multicooker Recipes”
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!Continue reading “Light Butter Chicken Recipe”
This specialty poached salmon with verjuice (unripe grapes’ juice) comes packed with tenderly cooked potatoes spiked with chilli and herbs. Added with the delicious sweet-and-sour notes of the juice, this dish is simply a winner winter warmer to try at home.Continue reading “Poached Salmon with Verjuice Recipe”
What better way to celebrate winter than to spend it in the kitchen, cooking this Indian spiced root vegetable recipe in your slow cooker. Easy to prepare and beautifully spiced, you don’t have to wait for roast dinner leftovers to have this dish on the table.Continue reading “Indian Spiced Root Vegetable Recipe”
The Danes may do all things hygge to get through long, winter days, but we don’t have to wait for the colder months to start bringing in hygge at home. In fact, hygge can be enjoyed all year round.
Intensely aromatic and deeply flavourful, rendang is the stuff true food love is made of. This dish originates from Indonesia but is also widely served among the Malay community. Beef is commonly used for rendang, but chicken is a lighter and equally delicious option. Continue reading “Chicken Rendang Recipe”
Don’t let its fancy name intimidate you. Sous vide is a cooking technique that has been chefs’ top secret—but no longer. These days, home cooks can as easily do sous vide at home, and absolutely love it. Continue reading “Why You Will Love Sous Vide at Home”