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Chilli Soy Chicken

It’s been an absolute age since I’ve posted on here and I’m not going to bore you with the reasons why, there are reasons though. Anyway, so I’ve been thinking about simple, tasty food recently that can be cooked without a lot of bother. As you probably know by now I love South East Asian … Continue reading

Spicy Chicken Livers on Toast

I was fortunate enough to be treated to a full on Spaghetti Bolognese experience this weekend. Wife went all out and even included chicken livers which really brought a great depth to the sauce. This was doubly brilliant as Wife isn’t usually an offal fan so there’s rarely any in the house. The result was … Continue reading

Jim’s Garlic Pork Loin Steaks

This was supposed to be something completely different, until I realised I had the wrong ingredients in the house, read on and see how easily you can avert a disaster with a quick Google search and a bit of creativity. Pernil is a Puerto Rican dish that is usually a slow roasted joint of pork … Continue reading

Super Simple Breaded Chicken

I was watching Celebrity Masterchef the other week and the skills test was to prepare breaded chicken in 10 minutes. I thought I’d give it a go and give myself a bit of a test. I didn’t have the recipe but John Torode did a quick run through and it looked easy enough. I was cooking, once … Continue reading

Lamb Steaks with Shallot and Sticky Red Wine Sauce

Tesco had a half price deal on lamb steaks this week so a pack ended up in the fridge and I thought I’d go for a kind of ‘summer roast dinner’ so I went for this recipe alongside a really simple recipe for roast summer vegetables. You can find the original recipe for this dish … Continue reading

Jim’s Beef Stir Fry

I’ve recently posted a process I’ve called Jim’s 1-2-3 Stir Fry and using that very same process I’m going to show you the beef stir fry I came up with last night. Ingredients: 400g beef, thinly sliced 3 garlic cloves, roughly chopped 1/2 cup of baby corn 1/2 cup of of mange tout 1 red pepper … Continue reading

Process: Jim’s 1-2-3 Stir Fry

The simple stir fry is something that anybody can cook as long as they’ve got a large pan or wok. The idea behind the stir fry is to very quickly cook fresh ingredients so that you not only retain all their flavour but also their ‘goodness’. I’ve called this the 1-2-3 Stir Fry as using … Continue reading

Jim’s Chicken with Pak Choi

I have been so busy lately with other things that I haven’t been doing much ‘new’ cooking. Last night was another one of those situations where most of the things I’d bought earlier in the week had been whittled down and I was left with a pack of chicken thighs and some pak choi. It’s … Continue reading

Jim’s Honey, Mustard & Thyme Chicken

This all began with a rather poor shopping trip earlier in the week, didn’t pick up half the things I was going to need so I either had to go back to the shops or be a bit creative. I went for the latter. Ingredients: 400g boneless chicken thigh 3 tbsp wholegrain mustard 2 tbsp … Continue reading

Chilli & Coriander Beef Burgers

As the barbecue season marches on with great gusto I thought I’d have a go at making my own burgers. Having seen some pretty complex and labour intensive recipes (e.g. Heston Blumenthal) I went for what is probably considered the standard and you can find the original recipe here on the Good Food Channel’s website. I’ve just … Continue reading

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