Winter

16 recipes have been tagged with Winter:

Goan Pork Not-Quite-a-Vindaloo

Posted on August 14, 2016
Posted in: pork, curry, Winter, Indian

While the original was probably, definitely a vindaloo, this one probably, definitely isn't. We subbed the dried birds-eye chillies for standard long red ones, purely for convenience, and it was probably a mildish-mediumish heat. Don't skip the yoghurt and mint chutney, either. Super tasty! Freeze the other half of the curry paste for later. You're definitely going to want this again.

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The original recipe asks for thigh fillets with the skin on, but I'm not sure they (or I!) need it. Haloumi could also go in, instead (or in addition to) the feta. Basically, whatever you like to eat hot out of an oven. Weekday hero!

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Sticky Date Pudding

Posted on July 03, 2016
Posted in: dessert, dates, Winter, Crowds

Though this needs no introductions, this is a particular winner because of its lighter texture. Another winner from Our Lady Donna.

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This is a great winter salad, with plenty in there to keep you going.

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Scott Hicks' Osso Buco

Posted on May 30, 2016
Posted in: Beef, Winter, Slow Cooked

Really delicious slow cooked winter meal. Serve on a bed of noodles or a pile of mash with some greens.

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Turmeric Chicken Soup

Posted on May 29, 2016
Posted in: Soup, broth, Winter, Easy Dinners

A good spicy-sour broth, served with plenty of vegetables.

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This is a great wintry soup, with a generous chilli hit. Great for a cozy night in, when you just can't be buggered with a roast. You can throw some mushrooms (with the tomatoes) and spinach (at the last minute) in as well, for some extra nutrients - whatever floats your boat.

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Smoky Chilli Pork and Cornbread Pie

Posted on May 08, 2016
Posted in: chipotle, Winter, Pie, Slow Cooked

Cut down on dishes and put these two lovers in the same pan, instead of serving them separately. They're made for each other. Don't forget the sour cream before the polenta... It's a regret-generator.

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A nice, easy braise for a cool evening. It might be worth having a bit extra colcannon, as it's really only three serves as it is. Serve with some greens, like beans or peas.

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Baked Chicken with Yoghurt

Posted on August 23, 2015
Posted in: yoghurt, chicken, Winter, shallots, Greek

From Gourmet Traveller, the light, fresh flavours in this recipe are similar to those in the Italian dish maiale al latte - pork cooked in milk. The yoghurt becomes curds that more than make up for in flavour what they lack in looks. Leeks and mushrooms would be an interesting addition, if you have some lying about.

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This minestrone is a great, hearty Winter meal. The barley is especially great, because it doesn't go all soggy and gross like other pasta.

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