Light yet comforting, this Lemon Chicken dish is a terrific low maintenance meal that will satisfy all.
Adrian Richardson talks through our best advice for cooking your beef brisket to perfection. Brisket is a very popular choice for low-and-slow bbq cooking, and once you try it, you'll understand why. Maximum flavour and only minimal effort.
Each mouthful of this soft, off-the-bone lamb is packed with stunning, complex flavours. Contrary to the cooking time, it’s a very low maintenance recipe that you can leave it in the oven and cook it untouched for mostly the whole duration. Once finish, you’re left with this tender lamb and beautifully fluffy golden rice to serve. I made this recipe on a workday – it’s that easy! Working from home meant I popped this in the oven at around 3pm, and it was ready by 6.30 for dinner.
Christmas, to me, means family, friends, happiness and lots and lots of food. Jump right into the festive season with this perfect ribeye roast, served alongside buttered vegetables. Allow me to show you how to whip up roast that even the most amateur of cooks can master.
Nothing says Spring Carnival Racing like a champagne brunch with chicken sandwiches. This recipe is perfect for a Race Day Event and was given to us by a customer many years ago.
From Basting Bros BBQ comes this feast fit for a King. Serve this epic steak with Nathan's smooth and creamy mash and decadent red wine reduction.
Beef Wellington is possibly the ultimate indulgence when it comes to a main dish and the perfect dish to create for your next special occasion. The decadence comes from the ingredients and process where a center cut tenderloin of beef is coated in mustard and a mushroom duxelles, which is then wrapped in prosciutto, a chive crêpe and then finally covered with puff pastry and baked.
Tender, melt-in-your mouth Frenched lamb shanks lovingly roasted in a flavoursome red curry sauce guaranteed to warm you up this winter. Cut the heat with the cooling green herb yoghurt, which provides the perfect balance.