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Recipe of the Week - Chorizo and Peppers with Chickpeas

Chorizo and Peppers with Chickpeas

A hearty mid-week meal with that unique chorizo kick. This is an easy meal and so satisfying, one of my regular favourites.

Another favourite chorizo recipe is to fry sliced coins of chorizo on a hot plate or BBQ next to un-shucked oysters as they steam open like mussels with the heat - grab a toothpick or oyster fork, pierce a slice of chorizo with an opened oyster and eat!


Recipe of the Week - Fish Tagine including Preserved Lemon Recipe

Fish Tagine including Preserved Lemon Recipe

This is so easy for a special evening dinner party, and a one pot meal too. Don't worry if you don't have your own tagine, a casserole dish will work just as well as long as you can seal it tightly to lock in the flavours. Is the season of citrus so am highlighting this recipe to encourage you to make your own preserved lemons also, while seasonal and cheap - all you need are some good sterilised jars, lemons and sea salt ! Too easy! And at min $12 a jar you will save a bundle - keep in mind it takes 5 or so weeks to preserve so if you want to make this dish tonight you will need to find some in the store, and they are readily available now in good delis - David Jones Food Hall for example.



Recipe of the Week - Slow Roasted Lamb with a Caramelised Balsamic Glaze

Slow Roasted Lamb with a Caramelised Balsamic Glaze

Everyone I speak to is talking about roasts - the weather is chillier and the craving of slow cooked, melt in the mouth, fall apart roasts is perfect to kick start these colder months. This is a beauty - if you can find the special caramelised balsamic vinegar you will love having it in the cupboard for salads etc too- it is delicious. Otherwise simply use the best balsamic you have and a sprinkle of brown sugar.


Recipe of the Week - Tagine of Pumpkin and Chickpeas

Tagine of Pumpkin and Chickpeas

As Autumn sets in here in Australia, a Moroccan stew is perfect. This dish is lovely served simply with cous cous, or as part of a menu.

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