Tag: leftover

RECIPE: Slow Cooked Korean Beef Short Ribs in Gochu-jang

RECIPE: Slow Cooked Korean Beef Short Ribs in Gochu-jang

One of my first forays into the world of Korean food was at the unassuming CJ Lunchbar on Melbourne’s Little Lonsdale Street. Always busy, this tiny restaurant has you jostling among local international students for a seat on a wobbly wooden table which you have […]

Greek Lamb, Chargrilled over Charcoal w/ Skordalia and Salad

Greek Lamb, Chargrilled over Charcoal w/ Skordalia and Salad

This chargrilled lamb recipe is straight forward Greek cooking – simple ingredients cooked well. Charred crispy lamb over a spit, salads, citrus, olive oil and herbs are integral to the Greek cookbook. It is all about getting the best out of your ingredients and putting […]

How to make leftover chicken into a restaurant quality meal

How to make leftover chicken into a restaurant quality meal

This delicious leftover chicken recipe is testament that you don’t have to spend a fortune or use outrageous ingredients to create a restaurant quality meal.┬áThese simple, subtle flavours make up a lovely summer supper that you’ll want to eat again and again. Sometimes cooking can […]

Leftover Bread Recipe: Panzanella Salad

Leftover Bread Recipe: Panzanella Salad

A traditional Mediterranean recipe, panzanella is the only way to eat leftover bread that’s starting to go stale. Originally without tomatoes (they didn’t arrive in Italy until the 16th C), this rustic Italian salad would have been made using bread soaked in vinegar and water […]

Leftover Turkey Quiche

Leftover Turkey Quiche

Watching old re-runs of River Cottage the other day I heard Hugh say he likes to cook a roast slightly bigger than his family can manage so that there are plenty of leftovers to play with. He’ll get no disagreement from me! Turkeys, of course, […]

Middle Eastern Lamb Merguez Sausage

Middle Eastern Lamb Merguez Sausage

I must confess that sausages are generally not my thing. Perhaps it is that pop you get from biting into the casing, or the often greasy meatiness you get from the traditional fatty pork sausage. These merguez sausages, however, are quite different – more a […]

CHICKEN PIE

CHICKEN PIE

When the weather is frightful there is nothing quite as heart warming as a home-made chicken pie. It’s not a healthy supper by any stretch but it’s deliciousness makes up for those naughty calories. And besides, it’s still winter so you’re wearing a heavy jacket […]