Halloween and Guy Fawkes are over, and I have zero qualms in admitting I am one of the first to fling the Christmas fairy lights up. Albeit hoisting up a bauble clad Christmas tree already might be somewhat premature, I’m eagerly in the mood for Christmas and everything it brings.
More often than not, the day after the night before, I need stodge, cheese and carbs. I want something easy to prepare and leave the stove and oven to do all the work for me. I bring you my Pork and Sage Lasagne. A slightly different take on the original we all know and love and a little bit lighter,…
This is such an easy and comforting dinner but looks like you’ve made a bit of an effort – Winning. My sticky and spicy meatballs carry an Asian flavour so team with a ribboned cucumber salad and steamed rice or noodles. Drench it all in the sweet and spicy sauce and dig in.
Confit Duck Ragu is dish that needs no explanation other than if you desire a heartwarming dish that’s somewhat a hug in a bowl in the winter months, then this is most definitely it.
Why not try and make a more fridge-friendly and healthy version of a firm favourite on the Chinese takeaway menu.
As Winter drawers in there is nothing better than a hearty bowl of slow cooked beef that shreds into the most delicious and rich, comforting sauce. Team with some super simple mashed potato and fresh greens and you’ve got a dish worthy of any Sunday roast.
Classic French onion soup gets a makeover and taken to the UK with this super warming and moorish hug in a mug. Sweet caramelised onions, english cider and lashings of cheddar cheese and topped with the easiest cheesy croutons makes for a hearty, filling and insanely delicious lunch or light supper.
This casserole is my favourite Winter Warmer and my go-to for lazy Sundays. Take the effort to cook everything up in 20 minutes and then pop it in the oven and forget about it. Go for a dog walk, go to the pub, get the washing done – whatever .. all in the knowledge that you’ve got a cracking hearty…
Find yourself with leftover pumpkin or butternut squash then this recipe is a corker. This is just like a warming bowl of risotto but without the need for constant stirring; just pop it all into a pan, lid on and walk away. Perfect for a cold, autumnal evening, this is comfort food at its best and healthier too; packed with fibre…
Looking for some comfort food but don’t want the guilt? Then you must try my herby quinoa with pork and sage meatballs as featured in OK! Magazine. Easy to whip up and guilt-free too this a comforting dish that’s perfect for those oh too frequent cold days as we venture into winter.
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