Homemade chermoula, made with saffron, lemon, coriander and garlic, is the perfect accompaniment to barbecued lamb leg steaks. The Moroccan-inspired flavours of the chermoula work well with fish and other meats too.
I recently attended an event to celebrate the launch of the ‘Lamb. Tasty, easy, fun’ campaign which aims to raise the profile of lamb in the UK, Ireland and Europe. As I sat there, enjoying the delicious food prepared by Cyrus Todiwala at Café Spice Namasté, I realised he was preaching to the choir. Going back...Read More »
These Syn Free Potato Twisters are the best thing to occupy a steak on a Saturday night. That’s exactly how we enjoyed them and they were beautiful! I really like potatoes, but there’s only so many ways that you can enjoy potatoes. Roasted, chipped, sautéed, spiralized, fondant.. the list is endless! I bet you didn’t…
This Easter, swap your traditional roast lamb for Rick Stein's Greek slow-cooked lamb kleftiko. Roasted for over 2 hours with garlic, tomatoes, peppers and potatoes, the lamb is succulent and falls from the bone. Enjoy leftovers the next day in warm flatbread.