Now here's a rich, delicious winter warmer for you! Tender chunks of beef steak, slowly cooked in a tomato, bell pepper and paprika sauce - yuuuummy! This will warm your cockles!
And the weekend is here again! I don't know about you but I'm finding it hard to keep track of the days but instinct always tells me when the weekend is approaching as it usually means I fancy a treat. Odd though it may seem, I am more of a savoury person than a sweet so these Minty Lamb Burgers are right up my street, really tasty and so easy to make.
In the words of the legendary Nigella Lawson, this is more of a framework than a recipe and, definitely one you should try if brussels are not normally a veg that graces your plate! So many people say they don't like brussel sprouts, basing that opinion on soggy, mushy, marble sized, blobs of green. I can see where they're coming from if that is their only experience of the winter vegetable. But let me tell you, sprouts, treated properly can be so much better than that...
For our family, the traditional roast has to be a turkey. I think you cannot beat a whole turkey that has been brined to tenderise the meat and add bags of flavour (through osmosis if you can remember your school science classes!), and then basted to perfection. But once that beautiful bird has graced the Christmas Day table, what do you do with the leftovers?