The month has flown by and again it’s time to share the best recipes we’ve found on our social media channels. Hope you like and try some of these delicious recipes.
Lebanese Lamb Flatbread – James Martin – Delicious Magazine – we are getting into our Middle Eastern flavours recently and this looks very tasty to us (even though the reviews aren’t brilliant on the site). Would love to try this one.
Roast Pork With Apples And Mustard – Jenny White – BBC Food – this looks really simple and really tasty. It states to use tangy apples and hot mustard to ramp up the flavours.
Homemade Lasagne – Sophisticated Homes – I know it’s biased once more, but we really like our version in this recipe, so thought we’d include it this month.
Recipes That Make The Most Of Novembers Ingredients – The Independent – Food And Drink – there are 3 dishes in this link and they all sound great.
- First is Michel Roux Jr’s Roast Woodcock With Grapes And Marc (Pomace Brandy) – this is definitely a complicated, decadent dish, but it sounds great and I’ve never had roasted woodcock before
- Next is chicken chasseur by the Hairy Bikers and is a easy to make classic that can be served with some celeriac puree. Sounds great.
- Lastly is cauliflower cheese with squash and smoked garlic, by The Garlic Farm restaraunt. We love garlic, so this sounds like a brilliant meat free and hearty dish.
– Jamie Oliver – FoodTube – we came across this as we were looking through the FoodTube channel. It looks like a great, tasty, one tray recipe, full of flavour.
Chips With Blue Cheese Fondue – Michael Symon – Cooking Channel – this like a really good snack/ fun food party recipe. The chips are thinly sliced potatoes with rosemary. Sounds great.
Holiday Ham With Riesling And Mustard – Bon Appetit Magazine – first recipe for the festive season. It’s a traditional one we usually have around Christmas, but with the little Riesling twist in it, that really makes us want to give it a try.
Quick Salted Cod With Potatoes, Garlic And Comte Cheese – Nuno Mendes – Guardian Food And Drink – this sounds really interesting and different so just stood out for us. Love to give this one a try.
Beef Shin Ragu Pie – Delicious Magazine – second one from this source this month, but once we saw this pie, it had to go in. A rich, warming, hearty pie at this time of year is definitely what the doctor ordered!
Spatchcock Pheasant Tandoori With Instant Flatbreads – Rose Prince – The Telegraph Food And Drink – we’ve not had pheasant that much, hardly at all really, but when we have, we’ve loved it and the sound of it with tandoori flavours makes us definitely want to have it again.
If you liked these dishes, please take a look at our previous month’s top recipes.