Hairy bikers slow cook beef recipes

Madhouse recipe : Beef & pumpkin stew

Madhouse recipe : Beef & pumpkin stew

I used up the remaining pumpkin along with a pack of stewing beef from the freezer (straight from the freezer - it wasn't even defrosted when I tossed it in the slowcooker with gay abandon
Hairy Bikers’ Best-Loved Recipes Mum’s Still Know Best

Hairy Bikers’ Best-Loved Recipes Mum’s Still Know Best

Slowly add the red wine, followed by the stock and tomato sauce, stirring all the time. Grandma Sindy's Ginger Snacking SpongeIt was with much excitement that I took delivery of my pre-ordered new cookbook

The Hairy Dieter's Lasagne with Propoints

Well we all know that the HairyBikers can cook, but can they cook skinny. Boy can these bikerscook . Slowly stir in the red wine and beef stock
Corned beef and onion pie

Corned beef and onion pie

Slowly pour all but one tablespoon of the egg mixture into the food processor with the motor running and blend until the mixture begins to form a ball
Beef Chilli with Bitter Chocolate

Beef Chilli with Bitter Chocolate

Watched the HairyBikers make this while I was trapped in the kitchen ironing husband’s shirt and thought it looked scrummy (the beef, not the shirt which was actually a bit dog eared at the cuff)
Braised steak with gravy

Braised steak with gravy

Stir in the garlic, cook for one more minute, then transfer the onion and garlic to the casserole dish
Meat & Potato Pie

Meat & Potato Pie

Therefore today’s post is for a meat and potato pie which comes from Dee Briggs who the HairyBikers met during their HairyBikers

April 2013 Favourites List

Lai's suggested meatball dish, HairyBikers' Meatball Tagine. And as March turned into April, the temperatures have slowly risen to their

Po Boy with sloppy roast beef

Turn the beef in the stock halfway through the cooking time to help ensure it cooks evenly. Stir in the garlic for the last minute of cooking time

Meatloaf with gravy

Slowly start adding the stock, just a little at a time, stirring constantly until it is all incorporated

Biscuits and sausage gravy

Make a well in the centre of the flour and slowly add the buttermilk, stirring continuously until the mixture comes together and forms a light, spongy dough

random recipes #27 round-up

and here's yet another random recipes virgin Bec's from Lay the Table with a fabulously hearty Beef and Honey Stew taken from The HairyBikers, Mum Still Knows Best