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Barbechoo’s Beef Koftas with Homemade Flatbreads

Barbechoo’s Beef Koftas with Homemade Flatbreads

BBQ Brave is all about being bold and taking your fire cooking to new levels, and this really made me sit down and think about how my own BBQ has progressed over the years. I started with the usual burgers, steaks and kebabs and then 

Herb Crusted Pork Medallions with Cauliflower & Tahini Salad

Herb Crusted Pork Medallions with Cauliflower & Tahini Salad

Pork loin is a lean cut of meat, which means that if you’re not careful it can end up dry. Cooking it to temperature will ensure it stays nice and tender. In this recipe the medallions are pan fried in oil and fresh herbs, then 

Baked Hake, Lemon Caper Dressing & Fennel Potato Gratin

Baked Hake, Lemon Caper Dressing & Fennel Potato Gratin

Fresh, lemony fish meets rich, creamy potatoes and fennel in this simple recipe. Baked with plenty of oil and lemon, removing the fish from the oven at 60°C will ensure it stays beautifully soft and juicy.   Ingredients 4 hake fillets, skin on (approximately 150g 

Kenny Tutt’s Côte de Boeuf, Tomahawk & Chateaubriand

Kenny Tutt’s Côte de Boeuf, Tomahawk & Chateaubriand

The sharing cuts of beef have had a real resurgence with the boom in sharing meals or family style as it is referred to in the states. The famous côte de boeuf is one of the ultimate sharing steaks. Cut from the rib, it offers 

Kenny Tutt’s Roasted Rib of Beef & Horseradish Cream

Kenny Tutt’s Roasted Rib of Beef & Horseradish Cream

The rib of beef is a glorious thing and isn’t referred to as “prime” rib for nothing. It really is the Rolls Royce of the roast and a real treat. This spectacular centerpiece is best served pink and juicy, and the very best way to 

Pan-Fried Duck Breast with Braised Red Cabbage, Fondant Potato & Port Sauce

Pan-Fried Duck Breast with Braised Red Cabbage, Fondant Potato & Port Sauce

This duck recipe is really something special leading up to Christmas. The duck is juicy with a crisp skin, the potatoes soft and fluffy from simmering in stock and the red cabbage full of beautiful festive spices. The duck cooks very quickly, so have your 

Lamb Shoulder with Dauphinoise Potatoes, Green Beans & Anchovy Vinaigrette

Lamb Shoulder with Dauphinoise Potatoes, Green Beans & Anchovy Vinaigrette

This lamb shoulder makes an amazing Sunday lunch. Packed with flavour, the lamb is roasted with rosemary and anchovy and pairs beautifully with the sweet, nutty flavour of the gruyère-topped dauphinoise. Simply roast the lamb to your liking — 62°C for medium rare, 72°C for 

Chicken & Nduja Pie with Borlotti Beans

Chicken & Nduja Pie with Borlotti Beans

Whoever said that you can’t improve on perfection had obviously never added nduja to a chicken pie. Tender thighs, spicy pork and fragrant white wine make this pie incredibly rich and unforgettable. Ensure your pie filling is safe to eat by cooking to at least 

Kenny Tutt’s Roast Venison Loin & Beetroots with Black Garlic & Rosemary

Kenny Tutt’s Roast Venison Loin & Beetroots with Black Garlic & Rosemary

Sustainable wild game such as venison really is a conscientious choice of meat with little or no contact with people during its life and freedom to roam its natural flora-rich pastures. This sharing dish is a really luxurious heart-warming treat. Cooking to the right temperature 

Baked Toffee Apple & Ginger Brioche & Butter Pudding

Baked Toffee Apple & Ginger Brioche & Butter Pudding

As Autumn draws in, is there any better combination of food than sweet bread, soft apples, caramel and custard? We think not, which is why we cooked up this ultimate comfort pud in the Thermapen kitchen with Brighton-based chef Laura Tulloch. The perfect dessert to