Spicy Meatballs and Pepper Casserole

From: Today

Serve with boiled new potatoes or rice.

Pickled Chicken Curry

From: Today

Now sprinkle some fresh coriander and serve hot with fluffy rice or naan bread.

Kale Crisps

From: Today

Ingenuity at its best!

Hummus

From: Today

It is very easy to make your own.

Apple and Cinnamon Crisps

From: Today

You can leave the apples in for longer in the cooling oven to crisp up more

Chicken and Green Bean Salad

From: Today

So quick and easy.

Sea Bass with Chorizo Cassoulet

From: Neven Maguire: Home Chef

This recipe has a real Spanish flavour and is very easy to prepare. This way of cooking fish retains the goodness and keeps the fish moist. Fish has become expensive, but sea bass has remained good value, as it is nearly all farmed these days. Line-caught sea bass is now a very rare and highly-prized fish.

Pork Meatballs

From: Neven Maguire: Home Chef

This is a fantastic recipe that my good friends at Bord Bia regularly demonstrate. It always goes down a treat with the crowd, so I thought it would be a great one to share with you. I've just slightly reduced the size of the meatballs so that they cook a little quicker in the oven.

Crispy Goat's Cheese with Apple and Hazelnut Salad

From: Neven Maguire: Home Chef

If you prefer to bake the goat's cheese, simply cook it in an oven preheated to 180°C (350°F/gas mark 4) for another 5-10 minutes, until warmed through and soft. Look for Irish apples in the supermarket, particularly when they are in season, and if they're not there, ask the manager why! Apples are one of our few indigenous fruits and there is no excuse for the shops not supporting Irish farmers.

Sticky Gingerbread with Lemon Drizzle

From: Today

January is a long month and the sugar-free good intentions can be put aside for a week or so, allowing us to nourish ourselves. I recently bought three ginger roots, great big sprawling things that resemble the hands of a hard working man – the ultimate healing hands, which, when grated and added to boiling water for ginger tea with honey and lemon, or used in soups, cakes, breads or stews, will sooth and revive the body and spirit. The following cake is just what the doctor ordered. Lots of healing ginger, warming cinnamon and cleansing lemon with an egg thrown in for good measure!




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