00Slow Cooked Smoked Haddock KedgereeKedgeree is a favourite in my house and I try to have it once a week, as it's packed with yummy curry flavors.
Sometimes I swap the fish about, depending on what's available or on offer on any given week. For this recipe I'm using smoked Haddock...the proper white smoked fish (the yellow stuff is only coloured to make it look more appealing)..... naturally smoked is fine too.
You could also use River Cobbler, Mackerel or any fish you and your family prefer.
Why not give this a try and let us know how you get on in the comments below. We love to hear your feedback. E x00Risotto with Prosciutto wrapped AsparagusRisotto is my favourite rice dish but I'm the 1st to admit it doesnt photograph well. It more than makes up for that in taste though. This dish is no exception. Cheesy, garlicky and creamy it packs a serous amount of subtle flavours. Paired with the classics of Asparagus,Parmesan and Prosciutto this is a little bit of a treat meal or date night meal. Risotto can be time consuming to cook as normally you would stand over the rice pot and add a little stock and stir then repeat till its gone but I've found it works just as well if you add the stock then cover and leave to cook on its own. Leaving you to cook the rest of the dish. The step by step picture guide let's you follow the recipe easily at home. Why not give this a try and let us know how you got on in the comments below. We love to hear your thoughts x 00Halogen baked Stuffed PeppersA speedy dinner full of flavour with lovely chorizo,crispy bacon, rice,veg and all held together with melted gooey cheese. This can be served as a main meal with the extra filling on the side, or as a side dish to accompany your main meal. The rice bulks out the recipe and makes enough to fill 8 peppers, but I prefer to have one pepper, and the rest of the filling on the side. The choice is yours. You can adjust the ingredients also to you and your families tastes using different cheese and rice, including the packs of microwave rice, making it even speedier as you don't have to cook these beforehand.The step by step picture guide is easy to follow so why not give this a try and let us know how you get on in the comments below. We love to hear your thoughts on our recipes and any tweaks you make to them. 00Boiled RiceAn easy method to cook rice00Bbq meatballs & riceAn economical speedy dinner00Keema CurryAn economical dinner full of Indian inspired spices00Salmon & Spinach RisottoA quick flavourful dish perfect for lunch or dinner00Bacon & Brussel Sprout RisottoA quick and easy supper dish00Chicken RisottoA simple way to use leftover chicken