A weekend meal doesn’t have to been a big deal – the simplicity of a build your own taco keeps everyone satisfied and gets everyone involved.
Tacos are one of the finest dinners you can make – totally adaptable and a great meal for those looking to cut down on the meat in their diet – layers upon layers of flavour means you simply do not miss the meat! This taco recipe takes advantage of the sweet squash carrying the salty feta and spice mix perfectly.
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Gnocchi is a fantastic carrier of flavour – and you don’t get more flavoursome than blue cheese and prosciutto.
There’s a lot of misconceptions about the difficulty when making gnocchi – in truth, it’s easier than you may think, consists of very few ingredients and it one of those things that tastes one million times better when homemade. Granted, it takes a little time, but this is time that should be used to unwind. Get comfy, put on a good podcast or record and take your time to shape the gnocchi. There is very little more rewarding.
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This South American dressing on rare steak is a treat – one you should have every night of the week, if possible.
Steak is one of my favourite meals – infact, cuts of steak with some roast vegetables is one of the most simple of meals, but one of the most joyous to eat – there is just something so rustic and charming about serving up a rare piece of beef with charred vegetables. This recipe elevates the beef with the classic Argentinian dressing, chimichurri.
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Cheesy and creamy, Risotto Bianco is a classic dish that cane be utilised in a number of ways.
I never used to be a fan of Risotto – there was just something about it I found rather bland. I know. I know. What was I thinking? It wasn’t until recently I truly embraced risotto – not just the versatility, but also the preparation. To take the time to make a risotto, enacting patience… and pouring double the measure of wine so I can drink half while cooking. Right?
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So many flavours come together in this dish it sends your tatsebuds wild.
Nachos are my guilty pleasure. Hell, no. They’re actually just a pleasure. There is zero guilt here. This recipe has quite a few elements, all complementing one another but the star… the star of the dish has to be the chorizo – get good quality chorizo and cook it this way and you may never want chorizo cooked any other way again.
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Using leftovers has never tasted so good! Our Risotto Bianco is a perfect blank canvas to transform.
Leftover Risotto is easily transformed into these super flavoursome Arancini balls. Stuffed with mozzarella and served with a classic spicy, Italian arrabbiata sauce. Serve as a starter.
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The intense smokiness from the rub complements the salmon perfectly.
Salmon is such a versatile fish – whether it be smoked, poached, pan-fried or baked, it provides an incredible canvas for us to utilise. In this recipe, I’ve put together a deep, smokey spice mix that coats the salmon, creating a crust, and served it with a garlicky spring onion dressing.
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