I love a Thai green curry, and its much better to make the sauce yourself than to buy one in a jar.
Quick and easy to make, and super tasty. The flavour of the lamb can really stand up for itself against the spices in this dish.
BIG NEWS!! I have a book out now on Amazon. You can buy it here Written with help from my lovely wife. Split into sections the recipes include: 4 seasons of meals and puddings/cakes (28 recipes), campfire cooking (7) breakfasts (5) bread (7) preserves (10) booze (10) non alcoholic drinks (3) I hope you enjoy it…
These work best in the summer with fresh veg, and served with a glass of last year’s parsnip wine. Serve with rice. Serves 2 Ingredients: 2 chicken breasts (cut into chunks) 1 courgette (sliced & quartered) ½ a fennel bulb (cut into cubes) 1 tsp fennel seeds Juice of 1 lemon Salt & pepper Method:…
What can be better than eating a curry with a glass of home brewed beer, sitting by the fire with friends?
A classic British recipe. At home, we usually use pork sausages, when we cannot get hold of decent quality toads.
Since discovering a basic version of this recipe, we have it most weekends. It’s delicious and filling. Serves 2 Ingredients: 500g potatoes (peeled and chopped up small) 8 rashers of bacon (cut into pieces) 10 cherry tomatoes (halved) 4 eggs Olive oil A pinch of chilli flakes (optional) Salt &…
Thanks to my grandad, these will be forever known in my family as arseholes. I love them, though they don’t seem to be that well known in the UK.
This one is a bit of a cheats tart. It’s quick to put together, but really tasty.
Better than any take away!