There are many ways to make burgers, though as is often the case, it’s the simplest recipe that works the best. Ultimately it’s all about using high quality meat that’s full of flavour and experimenting with toppings, sauces and sides.
This brownie recipe might seem a little unusual, because it does not contain any chocolate. However, the secret to the most dense, rich brownies you’ll have ever tried and which will never turn out dry is not to use melted chocolate in the batter, but cocoa powder instead. We’ve added Dutch Stroopwafels for a bit of extra sweetness and crunch, but any chopped biscuit or even leftover sugar coated Easter eggs would make good add-ins.
Sweet Potato Waffles with Crispy Parma Ham
These American-inspired waffles are the perfect things to enjoy for a Mother’s Day brunch, with a delicious interplay of salty and sweet, and soft and crisp. Mashed sweet potato in the batter gives these waffles a rich colour and flavour that holds up well to the traditional toppings of blueberry and syrup, and the crispy parma ham makes a delicious alternative to more traditional bacon; too salty to enjoy as part of a fry up, but perfect here paired with an otherwise sweet plateful.
Pork Steaks with Butter Beans & Chorizo
Steaks are a popular at home Valentine’s Day dinner, but pork loin steaks are a much more affordable, versatile option that you can pan fry in the same way. Serve with butterbeans, chorizo and a simple dressed green salad if you want to impress!
Blood Orange & Sesame Cashew Crunch Bowls
Vibrant, sweet yet sharp blood oranges have arrived, adding a welcome splash of colour to the seasons otherwise green-dominated palette. They pair beautifully with Asian flavours, so this rice bowl is perfect loaded up with seasonal greens and a sesame-oil fried egg... plus a generous few spoonfuls of White Mausu’s delicious Cashew Crunch!
Pairing cherries steeped in kirsch with a tangy, slightly sweetened whipped cream and pillowy slices of Macknade panettone, these trifles are super easy to make for Christmas!
Brussels Sprout Slaw
This slaw is delicious served alongside your Christmas cheese board... or to accompany your cold cuts the next day!
Slow Cooked Beef Chuck Roll
Chuck roll - a cut from between the ribs and the back bone - is both delicious & underrated. It's also the perfect winter warmer, so cook it slow and serve with creamy mash or polenta!
Butternut Squash Orzotto
Orzo is a great replacement for rice in a risotto as it takes a lot less time to cook! Here we’ve added grated butternut squash to add a lovely bit of autumnal veg, but you can use whatever winter squash or pumpkin you have to hand.