Beef cobbler recipes

Minced beef cobbler

Minced beef cobbler

Whilst I'm here, I'll share my recipe for Minced Beefcobbler. Along with the other fore quarter of beef, such as brisket which is best slow cooked, you could also use plate or skirt and shank or shin
Beef & Horseradish Cobbler

Beef & Horseradish Cobbler

Toss the beef in seasoned plain flour then fry hard in the dripping or veg oil until dark golden and crusty

Beef Cobbler

Lightly coat the beef and fry in batches until golden brown. Cobbler. Divide the cobbler mix into 8 portions and place on top. 300ml beef stock

Warming Beef Cobbler

Lightly coat the pieces of beef in the seasoned flour and fry in batches until golden brown. To make the cobbler topping, sift the flour and salt into a mixing bowl
Family Favourite Minced Beef Cobbler

Family Favourite Minced Beef Cobbler

This minced beefcobbler features heavily on our meal plans during the winter months and I like to serve it with seasonal veggies, or failing that some peas from the freezer (to be fair it's usually peas from freezer
Mushroom cobbler

Mushroom cobbler

Of course you can add chicken, beef or pancetta to the mix to make it a more heavy meal. So i got around to making this tasty mushroom cobbler by Marcus Wareing, a first for me actually
Slow Cooker Lamb Cobbler

Slow Cooker Lamb Cobbler

the lamb mince for beef if you prefer. The cobbler topping comes out. Cobbler. hours or LOW for 4-6 hours and then prepare the cobbler
Steak and ale cobbler

Steak and ale cobbler

Mix the beef with the flour and some salt and pepper. | Steak and ale cobbler - Hello Hooray. Heat a tablespoon of the oil in a large heatproof casserole up to a medium heat, then add half of the beef, shaking off the excess flour and keeping the chunks well-spaced so they fry rather than sweat
Leek and lamb cobbler

Leek and lamb cobbler

A leek and lamb cobbler is the perfect dinner for a cold spring day. Given the recent cold snap we have been having I thought I would try making the leek and lamb cobbler
Back in the comfort zone - this week's menu plan

Back in the comfort zone - this week's menu plan

Slow cooker beefcobbler, with roast parsnips, broad beans, savoy cabbage and celeriacMon. Minced Beef Wellington with savoy cabbage, turnip and carrotsSun
Mediterranean Baked Fish

Mediterranean Baked Fish

although I use river cobbler the most (because of its low price) salmon and cod work just as well. 60) and Richard went for the famous salted beef (priced at £3. 1 Fresh River Cobbler fillet (or any other white fish fillet)