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00Leftover Lamb HotpotThis is a super tasty leftover lamb hotpot recipe! Now I’ve always looked forward to the luxury of a whole roast leg of lamb, served with sweet, seasonal vegetables and a dollop of homemade mint sauce. However, the best part of the whole experience is deciding what to do with the leftover roast lamb. The answer? A recipe for Leftover Lamb Hotpot. This is a very simple recipe, based on the classic Lancashire hotpot, which makes the most of the meaty flavour and doesn’t hide it behind a veil of beefy gravy. For that reason, try your best to lay your hands on some lamb stock. You could even make some with the roasted bones from your joint of meat. It’ll make all the difference. Don’t worry if you don’t have any leftover lamb. Lamb neck – scrag end – works really well here and can be picked up for around £6 per kilo. Just make sure you cook it for 2-3 hours to ensure juicy, succulent meat.
00Slow Cooker Chocolate Lava CakeThis slow cooker chocolate lava cake recipe is so simple and requires very little hands on time which means that you won't believe the outcome. I can guarantee that this chocolate lava cake will definitely become a firm family favourite. You can double up the recipe if you have guests over or if you just want to save some for later. It can be eaten hot or cold but I prefer it warm with some vanilla ice cream. You can gently reheat in the microwave if you make more than you need. although be warned you may be tempted to eat it all in one sitting no matter how much you make! Just remember to follow the recipe instructions and DO NOT STIR once you've added the hot water!
00Roast Leg Of LambRoast leg of lamb is traditionally roasted in a hot oven (190˚C–220˚C) though it can also be slow cooked at lower temperatures for much longer. When cooking a leg of lamb whole, don’t remove any excess fat – it adds flavour and helps keep the meat tender. The fat will render down during cooking; drain it from the roasting tray and whisk it into your gravy for an extra boost of lamb flavour. It is important to let the meat come to room temperature before beginning to ensure it will cook through evenly. It is also imperative to let the meat rest after cooking, 20 minutes is sufficient. Wrap the leg in tin foil to prevent it from getting too cold while you make your gravy.
00Crispy Beef with Noodles – recipeThis crispy beef with noodles recipe is as easy to prepare as it is tasty! Your family will think you've ordered it in! It really is that good! One of the best things about cooking from scratch is that you can adjust the amount of spices to make it suit your own taste buds. Especially handy if you have younger children in the house. I highly recommend giving this recipe a try. You will be delighted at how simple it is! Remember and let us know how much you enjoyed it in the comments!
00Classic Toad In The Hole recipeA classic toad in the hole recipe that is guaranteed to rise perfectly. Family dinners don't get much more comforting than a classic toad in the hole. Fluffy Yorkshire pudding batter paired with hearty pork sausages, alongside a generous serving of rich onion gravy – all you need to add is your favourite veg on the side. This toad in the hole recipe will be one that you and your family will want to cook again and again. Have a go and let us know in the comments how you got on.
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