There is something incredibly satisfying by being able to put together something like this, just using what you have in the cupboard.
If you have another type of meat, go ahead and use that. If it’s very fatty (duck, or a piece of fatty lamb or pork) leave out some or all of the duck fat.
Now, this recipe is very basic and you can really pimp it up however you want.
If you put it in a sterilized glass and keep it in the fridge, your syrup can keep up to 2 weeks.
The pumpkin and chestnuts make the risotto quite sweet, which is what makes it so perfect.
This portion makes a huge batch, but if you make sure to sterilise your glasses well in the oven or with boiling water, it can keep forever.
Apple butter is a little known condiment outside of USA, but once you get to know it, it’s a relationship you will cherish forever.
This gluten free cake is perfect for Easter – packed full of flavour and the little hidden waterfalls of tangy lemon syrup are to die for.
If you can implement all, or just some, of these 10 tips into your food routines, you can eat the best produce out there.
This stew takes hours to cook, so you can leave it on low heat while you are enjoying the St. Paddy day parade or the pub with friends.
For food like this you have to be relaxed about the recipe. You really cannot go wrong.