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PALEO WOOD FIRED LAMB AND CHICKEN KEBABS WITH HARISSA

PALEO WOOD FIRED LAMB AND CHICKEN KEBABS WITH HARISSA

Gorgeous traditional kebab made using whole pieces of leg oflamb and bashed chicken breasts, marinated in olive oil, sea salt and fresh ground black pepper, layered alternatively on a large flat skewer, cooked over wood coals on an open fire pit really adds a level of honest soft woody smoked flavour

Hairy Dieters Fast Food! ***Flex Updates***

Apologies to anyone still following this plan, and if I get a lot of requests I may go back and work this out, but for the moment I just don't have the time
Punchy Crunchy Chicken Noodle Salad

Punchy Crunchy Chicken Noodle Salad

I used leftovers from a stuffed chicken breast - you can get the recipe here. In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful
My 10 most popular recipes from my first year of blogging

My 10 most popular recipes from my first year of blogging

This is a really quick, but totally delicious way of cooking chicken breasts. This is easily one of my favourites – the long slow cooking creates incredibly tender lamb which is complimented beautifully by the Moroccan spices, aubergines and chickpeas
Tea-time routines, encouraging children to cook & overcoming fussy
eating #AfterSchoolChefs

Tea-time routines, encouraging children to cook & overcoming fussy eating #AfterSchoolChefs

Kids cooking doesn't always have to be from scratch either - when the kids come home from school, clubs and from seeing friends, often the last thing any of us feel like doing is cooking for hours - sometimes it's great to just open the freezer and let the kids go crazy with whatever takes their fancy - cheesy beans on Birds Eye Potato Waffles, Fish Fingers, peas and chips or one of their favourites, lamb grills in a bun, served with a huge salad
Jalfrezi Curry

Jalfrezi Curry

Shamefully my only previous experience of Jalfrezi was from a jar and this gave quite a rich sauce. Basmati Rice, Beef, Chicken, Chilli, Coconut, Coriander, Cumin, Curry, Garam Masala, Garlic, Ginger, Jalfrezi, JamieOliver, Lamb, Mango Chutney, Mustard seeds, Naan bread, Oil, Onion, Paprika, Raita, Red Onion Relish, Sugar, Tamarind paste, Tomato purée, Tomatoes, Tumeric, Vegetarian
Annabel Karmel's Pork Stir-fry with Sugar Snap Peas

Annabel Karmel's Pork Stir-fry with Sugar Snap Peas

  I'm sure they would want to return again and again if you served them Squash, Pea and Sage Risotto, Roasted Chicken Breast with Sweet Peppers, Courgette Gratin or Baked Sea Bass with a side of Roasted Vegetables
Where have you been all my life Ribs

Where have you been all my life Ribs

The ribs only required half of the marinade, most of the remainder I used to cook some turkey breast in and the two went very well together