Cuisine: Flying the nest

Flying The Nest……Hungarian Beef Goulash & Little Paprika Dumplings…Baked In A Jacket… Goulash Soup…

Blowing the dust of our slow cooker, we are on a journey to create a bunch of exciting, super easy, affordable and deliciously nutritious meals for our little cherubs as they fly the nest. It could be their first flat share or simply off to university, packed off with a laptop, tv, slow cooker and a blender. Day 1, we start with a rich Hungarian goulash with little paprika dumplings, on day 2 a jacket potato topped with the beautiful goulash, oh and a salad :-) Day 3 blitzed into a hearty soup. Check out our other creations under recipe categories...Flying the nest.

By Simon

Chicken In A Kicking BBQ Sauce… The Slow Cooker Way……….Any Left Makes for A Great Lunchbox Treat

Flying the nest...... Succulent chicken in a kicking BBQ sauce, perfect with steamed rice, maybe fluffy mash, a pile of sweet potato wedges or how about the meat picked from the bones and all wrapped up in a warm flatbread, and don't forget..... a spanking fresh green salad. So get your mates round and share away, epic with a ice cold beer. Any leftovers are perfect for a lunchtime on the go snack.

By Simon

Epic Chilli Beef In A Slow Cooker……On A Bed Of Rice, Simply Served In A Steamed Dumpling Or Traditional Taco Style….

An epic recipe for our cherubs flying the nest, it's honest, simple, packed with flavour and a real favourite, shared all around our planet........Chilli Beef, cooked long and slow, ready and waiting to be devoured on their return after a busy day, working or studying. Perfect on its own or served on a bed of fluffy rice, great served with steamed dumplings, on a roasted spud or traditional taco shells.....

By Simon

Melting Lamb & Pearl Barley Hearty Winter Vegetables…. In a Slow Cooker….

Hearty & honest, with an abundance of earthy roots, thickening pearl barley and new season lamb. This recipe will leave you feeling warm inside and out and is perfect served the day after your feast, blitzed into a flavour packed soup, served simply with a chunk of fresh crusty bread. Today we are using trimmed English lamb chops, they really benefit from this method of long slow cooking, giving a succulent melt in the mouth experience. Give it a go! fledgling's.....

By Simon