Craving the taste of takeout Indian without the cost or the guilt? This korma recipe will satisfy all of the above! As always we recommend playing around with the spices until you’ve found the perfect combination for you but if not our exact recipe will do the trick. Use a slow cooker for ease and to make the lamb fall apart but don’t worry if not, just use a large pot on a low heat and stir regularly.
This healthy take of cream of mushroom soup only uses 1 tablespoon of crème fraîche and is still just as delicious! With hints of garlic, shallot and parley there are plenty of classic flavours but add in a little apple cider vinegar for a slight twist and you won’t regret it.
OK, it sounds like an odd recipe…However, when you realise how perfect the combination is between the sweet, caramelised apricot jam and the fatty, rich pork ribs you’ll know you chose the right recipe to wow your guests. Slow cooked for over 6 hours, these ribs fall right off the bone and they’re just so easy to make. A perfect winter cheat meal or the star of the show at a family gathering.
It’s Christmas time and what better way to celebrate than with salty, fruity, fatty goodness! These devils on horseback are a great starter for a Christmas Day lunch paired with a simple mustard creme fraiche dip. Alternatively, they make an amazing hot or cold addition to a post-Christmas buffet – enjoy!