Lamb Harissa and Quinoa Rolls

This sausage roll is a great mixture of flavours and textures. Inspired by Bourke Street Bakery, a baking reference bible from one of Sydney’s landmark bakeries. I amended the recipe by basing it on my glutenfree shortcrust pastry and putting Quinoa into the lamb meat to add an extra bit of texture and flavour. Just beautiful, hot from the oven or cold for lunch in … Continue reading Lamb Harissa and Quinoa Rolls

Moroccan Spiced Lamb Shanks – Easter Party Perfect

Lamb is very traditional for Easter and this is a nice alternative to a leg of lamb which can be really pricey if you are trying to feed a big gang. This dish is a great crowd pleaser and as it just cooks away in the oven is great for entertaining. Made with Lamb shanks which I think are my favourite cut of meat, and … Continue reading Moroccan Spiced Lamb Shanks – Easter Party Perfect

Lamb meatballs, chermoula, tzatziki & hummous

I love Moroccon flavours and spices and this was a meal really easy to put together with a few elements but something for everyone. Lamb can be quite fatty so I usually brown my lamb burgers on the pan and finish in the oven draining off occasionally. Couscous, tzatziki ( I know, not Moroccan but good with this anyhow), chermoula, hummus and some flatbreads finished … Continue reading Lamb meatballs, chermoula, tzatziki & hummous

Casseroles – Perfect comfort food for this cold weather

The weather has turned cold and although we don’t have the blanket of snow we had this time last year, thoughts still turn to the right kind of food when there is a chill in the air. Casseroles are the perfect comfort food whether it is beef, lamb or pork, since you are in the house anyhow, are really easy. Just brown your meat, add … Continue reading Casseroles – Perfect comfort food for this cold weather