There’s nothing better than when a beef joint falls apart when taking it out of the slow cooker… it a sign that its; super moist, tender and overall mouth-wateringly tasty, the only downfall is that it takes ages to actually spoon it out of the slow cooker, annoying. I love “fall apart” meat and it has taken me […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Deliciously beefy, smokey and spicy with snapping snap peas, spiralized cucumber and cauliflower rice (I also occasionally serve it with regular rice, though cauliflower is much healthier). This recipe is one of the first recipes I ever made when I bought my spiralizer (I just haven’t got around to posting it yet). Its one of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Hearty, meaty and moist, there’s nothing better than really meaty meatballs, you know, the ones that are made MOSTLY with meat, goodness and actually fill you up once you’ve finished your meal. Meatballs infused with garlic, mustard, Worcestershire sauce, and tomato puree, topped off with a deliciously meaty mushroom gravy.It’s amazing how well these meatballs cook […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
These are game changing!!! A burger in the form of a meatball, plus it’s wrapped in crispy bacon, topped with melted cheese and fresh tomato, who would have thought it was even possible. Inspired by my love of burgers but not being able to eat the bun I decided to make them into meatball bites […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Wrap em’ up! Lean and spicy meatballs all wrapped up in crisp lettuce leaves, topped off with a rich and juicy tomato sauce. So lettuce wraps I’ve only ever seen done with Thai meatballs or a stir fry but never with Italian food, but I wanted to make a difference, make something with flavour and spiciness, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Steak in a black pepper sauce is one of my dad’s favourite meals. But since my dairy free dieting, that’s been off the menu. But not anymore! Coconut milk is my new favourite ingredient, it’s a great alternative to any type of milk even cream! This is actually one of the easiest recipes ever. It’s […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
So I recently came across a turkey mince and rice stuffed bell pepper recipe which I really wanted to make, but as usual I was out of turkey mince and I don’t eat rice, so I thought why not stuff them with bolognese instead. Literally the best idea EVER! These are amazing and aren’t as […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Growing up I’d never had Swedish meatballs before, so the first place I ever had Swedish meatballs was to only place closest to me that was “Swedish like” aka IKEA. They were lovely but I could tell that they weren’t that healthy. They weren’t meaty like a proper meatball and didn’t taste very nutritious at all, so […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The slow-cooker is one of the kitchen appliances I hardly use, but I really should. It’s so easy to just be able to throw whatever it is that I want cooking for dinner. It’s perfect for those days when you’re busy and don’t have time to fuss around the kitchen cooking. Also cooking in a slow-cooker tends to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Who doesn’t love a burger?… The secret behind these moist and juicy burgers is the combination of beef and pork mince. They taste so delicious and meaty; sandwiched between sweet potato buns, red onions and juicy tomatoes. Burgers have always had a bad reputation for being unhealthy, but they aren’t if you make them yourself. They […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.