Delicious . Meals
Mongolian Lamb is an Aussie favourite, found on the menu of every suburban Chinese restaurant. At “posher” establishments, it might even arrive at the table on a hot iron plate, sizzling and spitting for theatric effect! Sizzle aside, this homemade version is a near perfect replica. Even the velveted texture of the lamb!
My favourite pizza toppings for homemade pizza! From everyone’s favourite Pepperoni to Italian classics like Margherita and Capricciosa, fully loaded BBQ Meatlovers’ and Supreme, the hardest part about this is deciding which pizza to make tonight. Welcome to PizzaTin, the home of all things pizza here at RecipeTin Eats!
This baked beans recipe tastes so similar to Heinz it’s almost scary. Except homemade baked beans don’t have underlying tones of artificial flavour, and the sauce isn’t slimy which I really hate about canned baked beans! These British baked beans can be made with dried or canned beans. Quick and easy, very economical and utterly addictive!
Seasoned Rice is a homemade version of the flavoured boxed rices like Rice-A-Roni and Uncle Ben’s! A quick way to add flavour to white rice to make it super tasty, this is a rice side that’s economical, simple to make, and goes with literally everything. Make a big batch and refrigerate 4 days or freeze 3 months.
This lentil recipe is an eye opener – an incredible creamy coconut Lentil Curry made with just TWO spices! It’s a streamlined version of Indian Dal, delivering a similar intoxicating curry flavour but a whole lot less complicated. Make this with any type of dried lentils, canned, or even split peas!
This Slow Roast Leg of Lamb is going to take your next Sunday roast to a whole new level! It’s ULTRA EASY and very forgiving. It does take patience, but you’ll be rewarded with tender lamb leg that can be pulled off the bone, served with a wickedly delicious rosemary garlic infused gravy.
Roasted Cauliflower with Chipotle and Lime – an incredibly tasty way to cook cauliflower with very little effort. With caramelised edges, smokey chipotle flavour and fresh lime, it’s a seriously good combination of flavours and a a terrific side dish that can really elevate an otherwise simple dinner.
Filipino Chicken Adobo is the national dish of the Philippines and may well become your new favourite Asian chicken dish! Just a few everyday ingredients I can practically guarantee you already have, it’s an effortless recipe that yields juicy, tender chicken coated in a sweet savoury glaze with little pops of heat from peppercorns.
This looks and tastes so much like real fried rice, I forgot for a moment that I was writing up a CAULIFLOWER Fried Rice recipe! 77% less calories, 89% less carbs, astonishingly similar mouthfeel as real fried rice and definitely right up there with flavour. This is one that even Cauliflower Rice cynics will love!
This is a Pad Thai recipe that truly stacks up to great Thai restaurants yet is totally doable for every home cook with just a trip to your every day grocery store. With the slippery noodles, signature sweet-savoury flavour, sprinkle of peanuts and tang from lime, this is a Thai food favourite for good reason!
This is a chicken brine that will yield the most succulent, juiciest roast chicken you will EVER have in your life! Brining injects flavour and moisture as well as tenderising – you will be blown away how juicy the chicken breast is! Once you learn how to brine chicken and taste the incredible results, you will never look back!
Glazed Ham is the easiest holiday centrepiece – but can seem daunting if you’re new to it! This is a practical, concise tutorial for everything you need to know about Glazed Ham – from choosing a ham, removing the rind, how much to buy, making the ham glaze and glazing the ham.