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chocolate, churro, dessert, Meat Tinsel, orange, rum -

A definite add to Easter feasting list for us, let us know if you try it too! 

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Chinese, Desserts, Honey Chilli, Ice Cream, sweet and salty, sweet and spicy -

It's easy to half this quantity if you want less ice cream, but, who ever wants less ice cream?

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chilli, mexican, ox cheek -

Ox cheek chilli by Jack Dadswell You will need: 2-3 ox cheeks 1 large onion or 2 smaller onions 4 garlic gloves minced 100-150g diced chorizo 1-2 red peppers 150mls red wine (I use Malbec) 1 and 1/2 tins chopped tomatoes Can of kidney beans Red chillis A&O Mexican seasoning Red dawg/Phat taco Chilli flakes (I used chipotle) Method 1. Set your smoker for 130-140c indirect and prep the cheeks by removing silver skin and season with salt and pepper. 2. Smoked the cheeks until they reach an interval temp of around 70c 3. Once they are to temp (or...

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Chicken, Chicken thighs, Crispy Chicken, fools gold, fried chicken -

Golden Chicken Nuggets by Sue Stoneman   Move over KFC – for these GCNs – Golden Chicken Nuggets!  These tasty nuggets are so moreish – pieces of chicken thigh coated in Fools Gold with flavours of bacon, miso and honey you’ll be licking your lips and fingers and wanting more!  Fried, grilled or skewered, they make a super snack. Dip into your favourite sauce and eat on their own or with chips. The kids will love them too.   Ingredients 4 chicken thighs cut into pieces – bite size   For the coating: 4 tablespoons of plain flour 2 tablespoons of...

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meatballs, mexican -

OTT Mexican Meat Balls Spice up your meat balls with warming Mexican seasoning.  Just sprinkle a couple of tablespoons into your minced beef to add colour and flavour for that Mexican vibe.  Serve with rice, pasta, tacos, flatbreads or just dive right into the pot with a hunk of crusty bread!   Ingredients For the meat balls 500g minced beef Half an onion, finely diced 2 tablespoons Mexican seasoning   Method Mix together and make into balls - a tablespoon is a good size. Leave in the fridge to firm up while you prepare the sauce   Ingredients The sauce...

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