A lush sharing dish for a special occasion
In this recipe of beer braised brisket, warm spices and dark larger wrap around the meat as it slowly sizzles to a deeply rich and flavour filled finale. If you are limited on time you can cook this in a pressure cooker. Alternatively you can have it on all day in a slow cooker. In … Continue reading Beer Braised Brisket
The day before process 200g butter, 2 garlic cloves and a handful of thyme, parsley, sage and rosemary in a food processor and season with sea salt and pepper. Rub under the turkey skin, all over the breast meat. Store the turkey in the fridge. Rule of Thumb – roast the turkey 20 mins … Continue reading Let’s talk Turkey
Having had a query on what to do with ham – I really need to let you in on a little secret – since my amazing Irish friend Ger, first introduced me to ham baked in Coke, I have never gone back. I truly thought it would be disgusting. I personally refuse to drink Coke … Continue reading Christmas Ham – the low down
This is such a simple way to create a flavour filled fish dish. I have taught this dish in so many demos and classes and everyone has loved it and are amazed how easy it is. Banana leaf is available from the banana tree 😉 but also often in the freezer section of an Asian … Continue reading Steamed Fish in Banana Leaf
This is a quick, easy and delicious Summer style, BBQ dish that can be whipped up in under 30 minutes 3.5.3208
I cooked these up at a demo at Nosh Food Market in Mt Maunganui and they were a huge hit!!
This chorizo, chicken and olive paella recipe is smokey, rich and packed with flavour. If you don’t own a paella pan then you can resort to a flat shallow frying pan. Try to find the best smoked paprika you can buy. It will add so much depth to the flavour of this dish. This is … Continue reading Chorizo, chicken and olive paella
This is a hit for children and adults alike – Skewer the chicken and cook on the BBQ for some Summer sizzle!
This is the recipe I used to create the beef in crispy wanton cups for the fund raiser for Ronald McDonald House in Auckland, 2013. It is a great and versatile recipe as it is even more delicious the next day meaning you can keep it and reheat – serve as a starter; or as … Continue reading Spicy Coconut Braised Beef (Rendang)