Simple Garlic and Rosemary Roast Lamb

From: Kitchen Hero: Great Food for Less

A delcious and traditional family meal.

Fortune Cookies

From: Kitchen Hero: Great Food for Less

Your guest will be left more than impressed and you can personalise each fortune for your guests.

My Perfect Scrambled Eggs

From: Kitchen Hero: Great Food for Less

For that lazy Sunday morning.

Blue Cheese Beef Sliders

From: Kitchen Hero: HomeCooked

If you haven't heard of sliders before, they are an American invention and are basically mini burgers. They are perfect for party nibbles and this particular recipe has sweet caramelised onion and salty blue cheese served alongside.

Chicken Thigh Supper

From: The Afternoon Show

A hearty supper that's easy to prepare.

Carrageen Jelly

From: Kitchen Hero: Rediscovering The Irish Kitchen

This tasty dish is filled to the brim with nutrients and antioxidants that is best served with a dollop of fresh cream.

Tomato, Ricotta and Thyme Tartlets with Summer Salad

From: Kitchen Hero: Donal's Irish Feast

Serve these individual tartlets with the best that the summer has to offer: baby salad leaves, soft herbs such as chives, basil and chervil and lots of beautiful edible flowers.

Pad Thai

From: Kitchen Hero: HomeCooked

Rice noodles are a fantastic store cupboard ingredient and I regularly stock up at Asian markets, where you can also buy jumbo-sized bottles of Asian staples like fish sauce, soy sauce, and so much more. This dish is possibly one of the most famous Thai dishes and appears on menus throughout the world. Rightfully so: it's a speedy dish full of deep layers of sweet and aromatic flavours.

Mussels in Irish Cider

From: Kitchen Hero: Great Food for Less

Serve with some crusty bread to mop up the liquid!

Porchetta

From: Kitchen Hero: Great Food for Less

This is definitely one of my favourite recipes in the book. It’s made using pork shoulder, an inexpensive cut that, when cooked in this manner, results in wonderfully tender meat and crispy crackling. If the idea of rolling and stringing up the shoulder around the stuffing is too much, take the stuffing with you to the butcher when you buy the meat and ask for it to be stuffed and rolled for you. Then it’s simply a case of roasting it.




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