A well-loved French dish, the classic beef bourguignon is comfort food best shared with a hungry crowd. The colours of vegetables mixed with fork-tender meat are enough to make your mouth water. Give this recipe a go when you love cooking one-pot meals or are simply craving for something hearty.Continue reading “Classic Beef Bourguignon Recipe”
A pot of chicken casserole easily reminds you of home. We especially love this traditional French dish as it’s simple to make and needs ingredients that are already in our pantry or fridge. And with a dependable cast iron casserole or Dutch oven, everything gets cooked in one pot.Continue reading “Family Chicken Casserole Recipe”
A real crowd pleaser—French crepes can be eaten hot or cold and sweet or savoury. Thin and crispy on the sides, these French street-food staples are easy to make, even kids can help you whip them up in the kitchen.Continue reading “Basic French Crepe Recipe”
Perfect for any occasion or a simple dinner with the family, roast chicken and veg is always a crowd pleaser. Butter, garlic, and lemon give the chicken a rich flavour, while the veggies cook away in healthy, aromatic olive oil.Continue reading “Crispy and Succulent Roast Chicken Recipe”
Nothing says winter more than having roasted pumpkin soup in the kitchen. This soup recipe is made even richer with sweet potato plus a topping of the traditional Egyptian nut and spice mix called dukkah. Heartwarming and easy to make, this soup can even be packed in food jars for lunch—a perfect winter meal on the go.Continue reading “Roasted Pumpkin and Sweet Potato Soup Recipe”
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”
Fish is a great ingredient to cook with. It’s a healthier alternative to meat and usually takes less time to prepare. The pressure cooker even speeds up the cooking process. Give this pressure-cooked salmon teriyaki recipe a go. It’s tasty, perfect for busy work nights, and wonderful for special dining occasions.
In this guest post, Jody Vassallo shares a delicious black sesame porridge recipe from her new book The Yogic Kitchen. A perfect breakfast treat for four, this nourishing recipe of oats and tahini will warm you up on a cold winter morning.
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.