Roast Pork Scratching and Sweet Potato Roast. I made this on a very cold, grey and windy Sunday in London and it cheered me up nicely (along with a glass of red wine (but beer would also pair very well!).
Rich, crunchy, soy-wasabi flavours, these hash browns along with the delicious dipping sauce are good for breakfast with a fried egg or served as a snack with a cold beer or sake.
Anyone who loves ramen knows the key ingredient is the soup base. Rich creamy and bursting with multiple layers of flavour. You will be surprised at how much flavour can be obtained in your stock with this cooking method.
Great lunch, brunch or dinner recipe. Hash cakes can be kept in the fridge for up to 24 hours before frying.
Here is a fresh tasting tortilla combination using homemade chilli sauce and crunchy tangy pickled vegetables. Great flavour combinations, satisfying bite and good for you (because the spices and chilli make you happy).
Salty gammon with sticky mustard honey dressing alongside scrumptious buttery hasselback roasted potatoes. Finished perfectly with a dollop of sour cream and chives.
Chinese pork char siu is a popular flame grilled pork dish with the meaning of the name ‘char siu’ translating directly into ‘fork burned’.
Indulge in some Spanish home-cooking with this comforting Chorizo and Lentil Stew. Although not a traditionally Spanish addition, adding a dollop of creme fraiche finishes the dish off nicely, with plenty of Pimenton De La Vera sweet paprika on top.
Anytime is a good time for a toasted sandwich. A breakfast staple, light lunch or snack in-between meals, devour a buttery crusty cheesy hot sandwich. My ultimate toastie is cheese, ham, pickle and honey mustard.