Meatball Sub Recipe
The meatball sub recipe designed to meet your double-carb requirements and use up leftovers with minimal washing up.
Pork Wrap With Lime Salsa
Make Once Eat Twice Week 4 Recipe 2 The second recipe in the series is another simple assembly job. If you intend on using the rice you used the night before you might like to read my tips for cooling rice quickly so that you don’t risk food poisoning. Leftover pork can be a little bit bland and this is the reason why I pair the pork with a lime salsa. It’s extremely easy to make. Ingredients Handful of cherry tomatoes, chopped Juice of 1 lime Pinch of salt 1 Red onion, peeled and diced 1 green pepper, diced Method Stir all the ingredients together in a bowl and leave…
Pork And Rice With Beans
Make Once Eat Twice Week 4 Recipe 1 My friend Karin is originally from Brazil and her rice and beans are a thing of legend. She’s pretty partial to our free-range pork so a variation of her rice and beans recipe with a roast pork shoulder is the perfect way to marry her Brazilian traditional food and our Irish ingredients. For the Beans. Karin recommends rinsing the black beans at least 3 times to remove dust/dirt/residue and then soaking them overnight. Once they have soaked for at least 12 hours you can boil the beans on the hob for 1 hour. Alternatively if you have a pressure cooker (her method…
Roasted Veg Pasta
Make Once Eat Twice Week 3 Recipe 2 If you made yesterday’s meal of Paprika Chicken with Vegetables you should by now have half of the vegetables along with the leftover chicken from the roast chicken. This meal is now extremely simple. Ingredients Pasta (I used spaghetti here but any type is fine) 1 bag of spinach Leftover roasted vegetables Leftover Chicken Method Boil some water and cook the pasta according to the instructions on the packet. Make only as much as you need (so check the portion sizes on the packet). 1 minute before your pasta is ready, lash spinach into the boiling water with the pasta. It’ll only…
Slow Cooker Lamb Tagine
I get asked questions quite a bit about the slow cooker so I figured I’d pop my tips/answers below, with a slow cooker lamb tagine recipe at the end. As an added bonus, this recipe actually has a video to match. If this is the kind of thing you like to see please do let me know and I’ll do my best to film some more. Maybe I should have called this post “why I flipping love my slow cooker”!