Here’s the third curry recipe I used last week when cooking curry for about 40 people. It’s a Chicken Madras recipe which again cooks perfectly in the slow cooker. Multiply the recipe as many times as you need – the quantities listed below serve 4.
In case you haven’t realised yet, I’m posting several curry recipes because last week we had a curry night for about 40 of us and produced 3 curries. Here’s the recipe I used for a Beef Madras curry. Again, easy to cook in the slow cooker which makes life much easier when you’re cooking for lots of people! Continue reading
Here’s a recipe for an easy Thai Chicken Curry that, rather than using individual spices to make its own paste, uses a ready made Thai Green curry paste. This makes it easier to make quickly or in large quantities as I did. As ever I cooked this in my slow cooker. Ingredients were added in a few different stages- not typical of my recipes but Continue reading
This is a delicious recipe, enjoyed by meat-eaters as well as vegetarians.
Maybe you’ve seen the latest Sainsbury’s TV advert with Nick Coffer cooking with his children (mydaddycooks.com). In it he prepares a pork casserole using left-overs from his roast the day before. Although I didn’t use that particular recipe, the advert achieved what it intended and prompted me to buy pork from Sainsbury’s! Their joints are half price at the time of posting so it was a cheap way of feeding a lot of people last night. Here’s Continue reading
When we had people for dinner this week I was looking for a really easy chocolate mousse recipe. There wasn’t a lot of time to get things organised and I don’t particularly like chocolate mousse recipes that use raw eggs in – although I realise that’s just a matter of personal taste. Continue reading
We had lots of people here to eat again this week and I wanted to cook something relatively cheap for them. At this time of year you can often find gammon reduced so I decided to use that as the main meat. There are some flavours combinations that Continue reading
Last week was National Sausage Week and I meant to post this recipe then but didn’t get round to it. If you’ve visited my blog before you probably have a good idea of how often sausages get eaten in our house. Often I’ll use the slow cooker and turn them into some kind of casserole, but we also love having sausages and mash. Here’s the recipe I use for onion gravy which accompanies them really nicely. Continue reading
Last week we spent a lovely day with a great friend and her four children at her parent’s house in Sheffield. We had a delicious meal in the evening which was chicken cooked in a sauce from a well-known food shop. I wanted to create something similar- perhaps surprisingly our boys loved the chicken cooked in red wine. Yesterday there were 30 of us for dinner again and this is the recipe I came up with.
So, a year later and the friend who came to stay with us ‘for a few days while I look for somewhere else to live’ is still with us! We had great fun this time last year concocting these sweet treats that are ideal for bonfire night and I wanted to remind you of them again. You can find the recipes from my previous post here.