Category: Lamb

Bone Broth Ramen

This Bone Broth Ramen feels like a labour of love. Not a terribly complicated one (like love tends to be but that is a whole other story and post for an entirely different blog!) but it does take more than 24 hours to get to the end result. But the result is a nourishing bowl of goodness which is comforting and slurpily delicious.   I am also aware that I am taking a huge creative license in calling it Ramen…

Boerewors Nachos

This Boerewors Nachos is one of the recipes featured in the past weekend’s Sunday Times Food Weekly. The brief was to create some delicious snacks to give the rugby fans something to cheer about. Even if the game might not be going their way. It is tasty, filling, cheesy, crunchy, colourful and I think does a good job at keeping everyone happy while watching the big game. I wanted to add a local flavour to this delicious snack and thought…

Yoghurt Marinated Lamb Curry

This Yoghurt Marinated Lamb Curry delivers on a whole lot of comforting winter flavours. Add a few beers, some warm naan breads and you have pulled together a feast with a bit of pre-planning but not a lot of effort as it is the simplest of recipes. Great for a midweek get together using a standard premix curry powder mix or paste. Marinating the meat in yoghurt ensures the most tender results but also tones down the heat of the…

Roast Lamb

This Roast Leg of Lamb is the ultimate in hassle free entertaining. A traditional dish for Easter, this recipe makes cooking for family and friends just that more enjoyable and also allows you to spend more time with the people in your life. This is inspired by a Jamie Oliver recipe I came across on drizzleanddip.com about a year ago. I loved the simplicity and total low maintenance of the recipe for such an expensive cut of meat and I…

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