Flavours meld wonderfully and the sauce keeps for a long time.
Warning: A dash is all you need!
This is an authentic recipe from Scotland and the ingredients & methods of cooking may be unfamiliar, but we are sure you enjoy the results.
These deep fried fritters are amazing! They may sound a little different, but are remarkably easy. Serve with cayenne butter or cayenne aioli.
Make plenty as they disappear very quickly.
Easy to prepare for lunches, snacks or guests.
This makes an outstanding ham for every occasion.
Simple, no-frills yet delicious.
A perfect way to eat leftover ham with not a Christmas flavour in site. This onion gravy has a barbecue flavour to it and goes well with mashed potatoes and vegetables.
Make your own dressing for a spectacular Ham spread. A wonderful way to use up the bits left from your Christmas ham.
Yum with roast potatoes and roast kumera. Peas go well too!
Make these patties without bread or egg.
A delicious breakfast, snack or a quick meal.
This is a wonderful seafood experience.
A rich, dark meat and a little goes a long way. Best cooked long and slow except for the saddle that should be removed (remove the silver skin) and cooked rare.
This is the soup that Moroccans traditionally use to break the fast every night of Ramadan. Season with salt, pepper, mint leaves and cinnamon to taste.