It doesn't get more delicious than thinly sliced, crispy potatoes coated in the juices from chicken baking on top! This is a mid week dinner that you'll crave after your first cook, coming together simply and having the whole family satisfied. A mandolin comes in handy here and ensures that the potatoes are evenly cooked through. Serve alongside whatever's in season - we opted for roasted dutch carrots with a maple and balsamic dressing with toasted almonds, but a zesty green salad would do the trick too.
With the cooler change in weather, we find ourselves reaching for takeaway more frequently. This Korean Chicken Stir Fry is simple, it's packed with flavour and with all home-cooked meals, you can ensure that the meat you're eating is good quality meat!
Quick, easy, tasty: tick, tick, tick. This week, we've adapted an Adam Liaw recipe for sausages (squeezed out and rolled into balls) cooked in tomato sugo. After all, what is a sausage if not a large meatball in a casing? We served with polenta but it would be just as good with pasta or crusty bread.
Musakhan is a traditional Palestinian chicken meal that's served from one dish, for everyone to tear of bread and sandwich the tender, spiced chicken and onions in between. With the mild weather we've been blessed with, we cooked the chicken on the barby to give the whole dish a nice, toasty flavour but cooking it in the oven will works wonderfully too!