Chorizo, pork belly & chickpea casserole.   To find some great meat producers visit: http://www.artisanfoodtrail.co.uk/Directory/meat.html

Chorizo, pork belly & chickpea casserole. To find some great meat producers visit: http://www.artisanfoodtrail.co.uk/Directory/meat.html

Mediterranean Lentil and Vegetarian casserole    PER SERVING  216 kcalories, protein 12.3g, carbohydrate 31g, fat 5.1 g, saturated fat 0.7g, fibre 9.8g, sugar 16.1g, salt 1.6 g

Vegetarian casserole

Mediterranean Lentil and Vegetarian casserole PER SERVING 216 kcalories, protein 12.3g, carbohydrate 31g, fat 5.1 g, saturated fat 0.7g, fibre 9.8g, sugar 16.1g, salt 1.6 g

Last Friday as I was leaving work I looked out of my window and saw all kinds of well-dressed young people crowding around their favourite pubs to mark the end of a work week. Friday night isn't th...

Spanish Chicken in Bravas Sauce

Last Friday as I was leaving work I looked out of my window and saw all kinds of well-dressed young people crowding around their favourite pubs to mark the end of a work week. Friday night isn't th...

Chicken and Chorizo. pinner suggests: Have made - would use less chorizo in bigger chunks and drizzle potatoes with oil before adding to pan.

Spanish Chicken with Chorizo and Potatoes

Chicken and Chorizo. pinner suggests: Have made - would use less chorizo in bigger chunks and drizzle potatoes with oil before adding to pan.

Pot roast loin of pork and celeriac - instead of oven did this in slow cooker for 5 hours on high.  Used white wine instead of red.  Lovely.

Pot roast loin of pork and celeriac - instead of oven did this in slow cooker for 5 hours on high. Used white wine instead of red. Lovely.

History of the Van:) - http://overlandsphere.com/overland-travel/vehicle-2/4x4/history-of-the-van/88530

History of the Van:) - http://overlandsphere.com/overland-travel/vehicle-2/4x4/history-of-the-van/88530

Slow Cooker Mexican Rice (Spanish Rice) - Have you ever wanted to know how easy it is to make restaurant-style Spanish rice at home? Now you can! It's so simple and easy and so much better than Knorr's packaged Spanish rice. This fool-proof recipe starts with the basic pantry ingredients and ends with fluffy, tender, sweet, and spicy rice!

Slow Cooker Mexican Rice (Spanish Rice)

Slow Cooker Mexican Rice (Spanish Rice) - Have you ever wanted to know how easy it is to make restaurant-style Spanish rice at home? Now you can! It's so simple and easy and so much better than Knorr's packaged Spanish rice. This fool-proof recipe starts with the basic pantry ingredients and ends with fluffy, tender, sweet, and spicy rice!

Soffritto--The Italian version of mirepoix is called Soffritto (not to be confused with the Spanish sofrito), a base of finely chopped parsley and onion sauted in lard, but most modern cooks substitute olive oil or butter. Garlic, celery, or carrot may also be included. According to the Italian restaurateur Benedetta Vitali, soffritto means "underfried" and describes it as "a preparation of lightly browned minced vegetables, not a dish by itself." At one time it was called "false ragout"…

Soffritto--The Italian version of mirepoix is called Soffritto (not to be confused with the Spanish sofrito), a base of finely chopped parsley and onion sauted in lard, but most modern cooks substitute olive oil or butter. Garlic, celery, or carrot may also be included. According to the Italian restaurateur Benedetta Vitali, soffritto means "underfried" and describes it as "a preparation of lightly browned minced vegetables, not a dish by itself." At one time it was called "false ragout"…

This is how we Mexicans from California make our rice. We call it Spanish rice, not mexican rice! I didn't hear the term "mexican rice" until I moved to the midwest. This is how all of my family make the rice, aunts and grandmother alike. We don't put in peas or carrots like I have seen from other recipes. I was told by my sons girlfriend that I make it just like the restaurants. I hope that was a compliment!!

Spanish Rice

This is how we Mexicans from California make our rice. We call it Spanish rice, not mexican rice! I didn't hear the term "mexican rice" until I moved to the midwest. This is how all of my family make the rice, aunts and grandmother alike. We don't put in peas or carrots like I have seen from other recipes. I was told by my sons girlfriend that I make it just like the restaurants. I hope that was a compliment!!

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