I do like some good well cooked rice, I’ve become quite a rice connoisseur. The key to rice is softness, if its not soft, its not right and it certainly wont be enjoyable to eat. To start off, you need the following: 1 Pan with a suitable lid, if you don’t have a lid, alternatives could be used such as tin foil. Rice of course. … Continue reading The perfect rice
This recipe is the perfect way to change up your everyday meals. Slow cooked meals are the best way to end a long day because most of the work has already been done. And you can’t go wrong with honey mustard pork, the best balance between sweet and spicy, that makes its own sauce and just melts in your mouth. This can be served with … Continue reading Honey mustard slow cook pork.
I am yet to find someone who doesn’t appreciate a good steak and chips. Well with this recipe you can make a great steak and chips. Using a mixture of fresh herbs, butter and sauces I have elevated a simple dish into a flavour explosion which will wow anyone who likes a bit of a kick. The key to this recipe is respecting the steak … Continue reading Steak and chips.
This is my go-to meal on any and every diet I do. Because I make all these flavour and butter rich meals sometimes, I need something that is rich in flavour and super healthy. I know that on Slimming world and some shake diets you can eat this salmon to your hearts content but even if you’re not on a diet and just want something … Continue reading Fried salmon, with crispy skin.
This meal is what I made with some oranges I needed to eat soon and just basic ingredients I had in my kitchen at the time. Yet, it has flavour coming from all sides. Simple but effective. Time needed: 30 to 40 minutes Serves: 2 people Ingredients: 2 Chicken breasts 2 Large potatoes 50g Salted butter 4 Oranges 1 tbsp Caster sugar Sea salt and … Continue reading Orange chicken.
I love this meal for when you’re already in your pajamas but got a craving for the chippy. It may not be the fastest recipe for your Friday nights but it is definitely worth it. Time needed: 30 to 35 minutes Serves: 2 people Ingredients: 2 Haddock fillets 4 Large potatoes 1 Lemon 300g Frozen peas 1 Can of beans 125g Plain flour 1 Large … Continue reading Home made Fish and Chips
This is a great and simple meal to whip together for any family meal or just a lovely home cooked dinner. I sometimes use this recipe to substitute our Sunday dinners, just to mix things up a little. Time needed: 40 to 50 minutes Serves: 2 people Ingredients: 4 Lamb chops 1 tsp Paprika 2 tsp Fresh mint (finely chopped) Olive oil Sea salt and … Continue reading Marinated lamb chops
This is the best thing for a Saturday night in when you don’t want to break your bank or your diet. I mean it’s not the healthiest recipe you will see on food realness but, it is better than getting a take away but still good enough to satisfy your food needs. Time needed: 30 minutes Serves: 2 people Ingredients: 4 Large chicken breasts 2 … Continue reading Home made chicken burgers
This is something that you can make within minutes and leave it for hours before having to do anything else. Great for the days you are running around, creating a mighty hunger. Time needed: 2 1/2 to 3 hours Serves: 4 to 6 people Ingredients: 1 Pork joint 1 Large onion 2 Medium red apples Fresh thyme 8 Large potatoes 60g Lightly salted butter 6-8 … Continue reading Apple and thyme pork
This is a meal where everyone thinks that there mum or grandma or some form of relative makes the best. And not for one second do I feel like mine is the absolute best, but to me and my family, it is. Time needed: 30 minutes Serves: 2 to 4 people Ingredients: 500g Mince meat 1tbsp Gravy granules 1 Tin of chopped tomatoes 1 Large … Continue reading Cottage pie