We had slow cooked roast Moroccan chicken last night for dinner, which meant stacks of leftovers. Of course all the potatoes cooked in duck fat were snaffled up by SO last night, as he was putting the leftovers away. Damnit, he does it every time! I cook more than I need, so I can have…… Continue reading We’re on a Mexican tirado, Quesadilla’s with spicy green sauce
I saw this recipe in the Canberra section of Goodfood.com.au and knowing that I had a big Queensland Blue in the cupboard from the Collector pumpkin festival, and excited about embarking on a hunt for local chestnuts, this was a recipe high on my list of things to cook this weekend. I love that I…… Continue reading Roasted pumpkin and chestnut soup, Canberra autumn in a bowl
Speaking of Mexican food, want to know how to make your own spicy, tasty, Mehicano burritos for dinner? It’s as easy as uno dos tres cuatro cinco. Take a slow cooker, 5 ingredients, 5 hours and some fridge essentials, and you’ve got a trip to Mexico on your table, without needing a passport. And trust…… Continue reading Chipotle chicken burritos. Yet another slow cooker recipe
SO does most of the grocery shopping. Not because I don’t like doing it, nay, it’s because I like doing it TOO much. He likes to shop at Aldi’s and buy the same ole same ole each and every fortnight. Me, on the other hand, shops at Woolies, the fresh food markets, Asian grocers and…… Continue reading Brussel sprouts, cauliflower and chorizo spaghetti, who would’ve thunk it?
There’s nothing like coming home from work, knowing that you’re about to sit down to a mid week roast lamb dinner. The smell of it as you open the door, in the dark, at 5pm after a hard day in the office, tis like manna. In the case of this slow cooked roast lamb, I…… Continue reading The best ever slow cooked roast lamb
I’ve been given a big bag of spuds from dad, and just happen to have 3 leeks, a cauli and some bacon languishing in the bottom of my fridge. We eat so much meat in this house, it’s time for soup. SO laments, “But soup isn’t a meal. Even meat soup isn’t a meal”. Unless…… Continue reading Potato and leek soup, with whatever is in the bottom of the fridge.
It’s hard to come up with new and different slow cooker beef recipes. I’m part of a slow cooker Facebook group with over 13,000 members, so the recipes are diverse, different and sometimes downright odd. But there’s never a dull moment or lack of inspiration, if you’re a slow cooking fan, that is. And that…… Continue reading Slow cooker Beef Bourguignon