Posts filed under: Red Meat

Instant Pot Italian Style Lamb Shanks

Perfect, fall off the bone, Italian Style Lamb Shanks cooked in an Instant Pot and served on a bed of creamy parmesan loaded mash with gravy and topped with homemade gremolata. A symphony of feel good flavours. Oh and some...

Instant Pot Beef Carnitas

Tavola gifted me with an Instant Pot Duo Plus, 9 in 1 multi-cooker and I cannot be more grateful and proud to be part of the Instant Pot Middle East & Global family.Β  I finally understand what all the fuss...

Veal Piccata

Thinly sliced veal pounded flat and cooked in a deliciously simple lemony caper stock. A great one pan classic served with spaghetti or mashed potato. Veal can be substituted with chicken breast or pork tenderloin. ...

Meatballs in Creamy Mushroom & Thyme Sauce

I had so many requests for the recipe of this recent meal I shared on my instagram. It's amazing how the most simple, unassuming dishes get the most love. I'm glad I took a snap of it just before the...

Oven Roasted BBQ Brisket

My husband recently sent me a YouTube link to Gordon Ramsay's Oven Roasted BBQ Brisket as a subtle hint to cook the 1 kg Angus brisket we had in the freezer. Since we have so much time on our hands...

Spicy Lamb | Roasted Eggplant | Kale Salad in Garlic Yoghurt Dressing [Week 3]

Lamb steaks (or chops) seasoned with with ground cumin, smoked paprika and lemon zest. Served with melt-in-your-mouth roasted baby eggplants - and red onion wedges, because yum. And of course some raw goodness, kale and fresh baby tomatoes dressed in...

Steak, Roasted Carrots Chips & Salad [Week 2]

Today's dish is so simple. You don't even need a recipe. I roast carrots to make ''chips'' and serve them alongside perfectly cooked rump or ribeye with a crisp salad.Β  No sauces, dairy, nada. Naturally, I felt the need to...

Lamb Pilaf with Dates & Cranberries

This is my summery interpretation of Pilaf (a fragrant Indian/Turkish rice dish). I cook long grain basmati rice ( I have to say Spekko is my go to rice now) until light and fluffy and toss it through fried lamb...