Browsing recipes you would serve a " Ingredient: olive oil course."

Moroccan spiced and roasted lamb shoulder

Dec 26, 2017
Submitted By:
Recipes
No Comments

A variation of Grigors marinated lamb. An easy and very tasty alternative to a traditional roast. You can serve with new potatoes and seasonal veg, or with quinoa (my new favourite thing!!) and veg. The other great thing about this recipe is that you get lamb shoulder in any supermarket already deboned and butterflied (it is usually rolled up) so you can buy as big or small a piece as you like. Very versatile!!!

Try serving with some of this too – http://www.myingredients.com/recipes/yoghurt-and-mint-sauce/

Rate This Recipe

beetroot and feta patties

Apr 16, 2016
Submitted By:
Recipes
No Comments

Great starter or mid-week snack. Very simple to make and tasty.

Rate This Recipe

Magic Mackerel

Feb 26, 2016
Submitted By:
Recipes
No Comments

Great mixture of tastes

Rate This Recipe

Pan fried Salmon with beetroot salsa

Jul 25, 2015
Submitted By:
Recipes
No Comments

So simple a dish that it doesn’t require anything else.

Rate This Recipe

Sweetcorn fritters and avocado salsa

Jul 25, 2015
Submitted By:
Recipes
No Comments

These little beauties earned me an eight of 10 on date night. There just wasn’t enough of them was the only disapointment. I make these without the flour yet you don’t have too.

Rate This Recipe

Bacon and courgette tagliatelle

Jul 5, 2015
Submitted By:
Recipes
No Comments

This is perfect for a busy weekday, quick and tasty. Works well with spaghetti and linguine too.

Rate This Recipe

Slow-roasted marmalade pork

Jun 16, 2015
Submitted By:
Recipes
No Comments

This is a great dish to serve to guests as it looks amazing, but takes less than 5 mins to get oven ready. The meat is also delicious the next day in sandwiches or a salad.
Perfect served with some jacket potatoes, coleslaw and salad.

Rate This Recipe

Venison and chorizo casserole

Jun 16, 2015
Submitted By:
Recipes
No Comments

This is such a delicious, warming casserole, you can easily make it into a pie, using puff pastry too. Just line a pie dish with butter, then roll out the pastry, keeping some to top the dish. Line the dish with about two thirds of the party, and fill with the casserole, top with the remaining rolled out pastry, seal the edges and prick carefully. Brush with egg and bake in the oven at 200c for about 20 minutes.

Rate This Recipe

Fusilli Romano

Jun 15, 2015
Submitted By:
Recipes
No Comments

A delicious and colourful pasta dish, easy enough for a quick midweek meal

Rate This Recipe

Butternut squash and Wensleydale gnocchi

Jun 15, 2015
Submitted By:
Recipes
No Comments

A great vegetarian main, perfect for any day of the week! A very economical dish too at less than £1 per portion.

Rate This Recipe

Pages:1234567»

Login

Register

Whats in the fridge

Search

Search

Ingredients

Cuisines

Courses

Skill Levels