Apples Spices and Honey – a match made in heaven. The days are closing in and there is the hint of autumn on the way which makes these a perfect weekend dessert. Oven at 170C Makes 12 150ml water 100g honey 70g butter 1tsp ginger syrup (Optional) 220g flour 40g coconut sugar or brown sugar 11/2 tsp mixed spice zest of an orange 1tsp baking … Continue reading Pain D’Epice with Autumn Apples
Protein Packed and full of flavour with a delicious texture, turkey burgers and meatballs are all the rage. Rather than buy ready made, I prefer to make my own, the flavour is much better and I can assure myself as to the origin of the mince used to make them. For the meatballs 400gr turkey mince – seek out free range or organic if affordable … Continue reading Spicy Turkey Meatballs in Masala Sauce
One of the best way to avoid dry burgers (aside from avoiding overcooking them) is to add some extra moisture in the form of this delicious secret sauce – I love to add some into the mix as well as baste some on top when I am cooking the burgers. It is also amazing with any slow cooked meats such as pork or lamb, it … Continue reading Tex Mex Style Turkey and Pork Burgers with Barbeque Sauce
My time spent at Dublin Cookery School learning both Indian and Thai curry flavors opened the world of great spicing to me and there are some of my favourite cuisines to experiment with. This is one of my favourite home style curries, so named because it is easy to prepare and can be reheated the next day and tastes even better. You just can’t go … Continue reading North Indian Chicken Curry
I have this recipe so long but had forgotten about it until the other evening. My sister asked me for a curry without coconut milk as she is not a fan and I remembered this one. I love making curry’s and usually my take has more of a Thai bent with lots of coconut milk, fish sauce etc. This one for a change, has no … Continue reading Chicken and cashew nut curry….