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.
Served with pickled cucumber and moily, horseradish and cauliflower sour cream, from Dublin's Vintage Cocktail Club
While Irish Summer weather can be unpredictable, enjoy some sunshine in a pie with Siúcra’s simply scrumptious Italian Lemon pie.
Spring Cabbage Wrapped Line Caught Corrib Salmon stuffed with A Field Mushroom Risotto and accompanied by a Galway Oyster and Shallot Won Tons with a Lemon & Sorrell White Butter Sauce
A twist on cannelloni.. a filling, very tasty recipe that everyone will love, easy to make. Takes half the time if you have a blender... nice with salad, home-made wedges or garlic bread... an alternative to lasagne!!
BFree have just launched a brand new range of gluten and wheat-free wraps, check out their dinner recipe below.
Mark Doe from Killarney's Just Cooking School shares a sumptuous summer recipe
Paul says: "This is a lovely way to eat fresh fish... Fish can be quite tricky to cook on a barbecue as it sticks really easily. So to remove any fear I'm cooking the mackerel on a foil tray. Just treat it like a frying pan. If you're feeling brave however, just brush the fish with a little oil and make sure the bars of the barbecue are really clean".
Paul Flynn provides this succulent steak recipe, using Lidl Ireland products.