To honour my Irish Heritage, these recipes remind me of many happy memories of my childhood in Ireland and are definitely a tribute to my mother.
The traditional British Sunday lunch does not get any better than this.
Calamari is rich in protein therefore sustaining energy and building muscle. It is rich in anti oxidants and vitamin B12 as well as potassium, iron and phosphorous thus boosting the immune system, bone and blood cell health. The garlic and parsley oil makes this dish even more nutritious.
It is a wonderful source of protein required to repair and build muscle, bone and cartilage. It is also a fantastic source of minerals especially selenium and zinc. As long as red meat is not eaten every single day, this dish has a three star health rating.
A crowd pleasing dinner, hearty sausage, sweetcorn then creamy and cheesy mascarpone and parmesan, they will not be any left overs of this dinner.
Rosemary lamb chops are the perfect quick weeknight supper – you will definitely be licking your fingers after these and wanting more.
This Grilled Rib Eye with Spicy Tomato Sauce is tender, juicy, delicious and very flavourful.
This is no regular chilli. It may have the usual winter warming spices but couple that with the extra beans plus the fillet steak and this becomes an award winning chilli that will satisfy the whole family.
Don´t be fooled into thinking that because this dish looks so impressive, it is super difficult to make – it really isn´t. A little time and attention is all it takes to create this showstopper of a dish.