Need to feed a crowd? In less than 30 minutes? Carnival Jambalaya is the perfect quick and tasty party recipe. Start with Zatarain’s Jambalaya Mix and add in cubed chicken breasts, green onions and sausage of your choice. For larger crowds, just double the mix and crank up your gathering with authentic New Orleans flavor.
German Goulash (One Pot Comfort Food!)
Wholesome ingredients and melt-in-your-mouth tender chunks of meat makes eating German goulash is an intense experience of awesome proportions.
Paul Hollywood's Steak & Kidney Pie Recipe
For delicious Paul Hollywood's steak & kidney pie then view our easy to follow recipe here at Lakeland. Each recipe includes photos & full instructions.
Moroccan Lamb and Beef Stew - GeorgiaPellegrini.com
This is one of my favorite stews. It is perfect for the really cold months and for large gatherings when you have a lot of people to feed. In isn’t your everyday beef stew. For one, it has equal parts lamb in it and then it also has a middle eastern flair…a little dried fruit, a little ginger…it’s a good thing. I recently made it for our Christmas party and …
Steak and Kidney Hot Pot with Crusted Dumplings
This recipe provides all the flavour and eating experience of a steak and kidney pie without going to the bother of actually making a pie. If you think you don't like dumplings, think again. These are sensationally light with the added dimension of a crunchy crust. They really are the perfect partner to the luscious and rich steak and kidney.
Steak, Kidney and Mushroom Pies (Slow Cooker Filling)
What more could you want on a cold winter's night than a hot tasty pie. Because the filling is cooked in the slow cooker, the meat is falling apart and the flavour is incredible.
Sautéed Liver with Indian Spices Recipe
Jennifer McLagan's cookbook, Odd Bits, shares offal recipes for home cooks that taste better than they sound—as in her spicy Indian-style liver. More Lamb Recipes
Lambs' Liver with Wild Mushrooms in Madeira
This recipe is inspired by the famous Liver Veneziana (basically small strips of calves liver and onion cooked in white wine), but because that has already appeared in my books, here I have adapted it for lamb’s liver, using mushrooms and Madeira wine. If you don’t like liver, the whole thing works well made with small strips of fillet steak.