Tag: stew

Meat recipes, Recipes

Recipe: Slow-cooked Moroccan-style lamb

I made this wonderfully aromatic lamb stew in my slow cooker for two  – a much-loved appliance in my kitchen. You could, of course, do it in the oven, too, just keep the temperature on low (around 120C) and check that the stew doesn’t get too dry…add more stock if you need to. Rubbing the […]

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Recipe: Slow-cooked Spanish-style beef stew PLUS our competition winner

The competition to win a sparkling new CDA oven came to a close on Friday.  Thank you everyone who entered, the response was fabulous. Our lucky winner is Kim Lam from Nottingham. Congrats Kim, your new oven will be with you shortly. If you’re looking for a new oven, why not visit their website to find […]

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Recipe: Tuscan-style veal stew

One of my first veal experiences was on the seafront in Cannes in the South of France. I ordered Veal Milanese, lightly breaded veal escalopes served with spaghetti in tomato sauce, on the recommendation of my husband. I have to say I was a bit dubious but fell in love with the dish within my […]

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Beautifully rich and flavoursome Goulash

So, April’s an in-between and slightly confused time in London (weather-wise, that is). It is spring but it can be decidedly chilly, even when it’s lovely and sunny. I love this time of year as there’s an optimism, excitement even,  about the coming of summer, and lots of beautiful daffodils and tulips everywhere. Plus the […]

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Recipe: My beef bourguignon

We’ve had a really chilly week in London which always gets me thinking of hearty stews and comfort food and snuggling up on the couch watching episodes of CSI to my heart’s content. This recipe is surprisingly easy to prepare and once it’s all in the pot you can sit back and relax  while it […]

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My Spanish-style sausage stew

Today was one of those days when I look at what’s in my fridge and cupboard and try to come up with something exciting to make using all the ingredients. We have a fantastic local butcher called Peter (P J Frankland) who is just around the corner and he is (among other things) a specialist […]