Posts Tagged ‘meat’

Gressingham Duck Breast with Mint, Lemon and Red Chilli

The last time I tried a whole duck breast was at a work dinner, probably 10 years ago. What I received appeared to be a piece of rubber with a layer of fat on top. Needless to say it put me off duck, apart from the crispy kind you get from the chinese takeaway. However […]

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Cheap sources of protein

We all need to eat protein. It helps to repair our muscles and tissues, helps our muscles to grow and regulates our metabolism. However in practical terms it can be the most expensive part of our diet, and it we are a little short of money this can be where our diet suffers. The most […]

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Reviewing Aunt Bessie’s Gravy

While I was reading a magazine the other day the page with suggested products to try caught my eye. In particular this item: Aunt Bessie’s homestyle frozen gravy My standard everyday method of making gravy is pretty lazy. I take some Bisto¬†granules and add boiling water. That’s it. It’s not very special but it’s quick […]

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Pan fried pork with apples and mustard

A quick and easy weeknight recipe for boneless pork. Ingredients 1 tbsp olive oil 3 eating apples 500g pork fillet sliced into medallions 200ml chicken stock 1 tbsp wholegrain mustard 1 tbsp chopped sage leaves 2 tbsp half fat creme fraiche Method 1 Heat half the oil in a large frying pan. Core and cut […]

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Moroccan lamb steaks with lime sauce

I buy lamb steaks once in a while. My supermarket often includes them as part of a 3 packs of meat for ¬£10 deal. This recipe is something to liven them up a bit instead of eating them plain. It serves 2 people. Ingredients 1 tsp turmeric 2 tsp cumin 1 tsp ground cinnamon 2 […]

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