A classic Louisiana dish, made by combining bacon, ham, chicken, smoked sausage, prawns, green pepper, onion, tomatoes, Cajun seasoning and rice. It's a very hearty one pot meal.
A wonderful meal in one pot. It's hearty and truly delicious. Chicken is simmered with onions, green peppers, tomatoes, smoked sausage, rice and seasonings. Perfect for the winter.
This family paella recipe is simple, authentic, flavoursome, delicious and satisfying if you use good quality ingredients. I have catered for hundreds at a time with it and had no complaints, and I'm always being asked for my recipe so here it is! This recipe serves six.
A typical Cajun recipe, this is full of spicy, complex flavours. With lots of rice and vegetables, it is a great dish to make a small amount of meat go a long way, and offers a healthy balance of protein and carbohydrate.
I have modified this Chinese recipe that my mother handed down to me. The traditional way of cooking this dish is by using a clay pot. However, a frying pan, together with a saucepan will do just as well. It's simple and delicious to eat.
A deliciously hearty and well-spiced dish. Rice is simmered with smoked sausage, chicken, pepper, onions, tomatoes and seasonings. It's the perfect dish to keep you warm during the winter.
This is a delicious one-pot meal. Chicken is simmered with rice, smoked sausage, carrots, green pepper and seasonings. It's the perfect winter dish to be enjoyed all year round.
This chicken dish is delicious and is made in just one pot. Chicken is simmered with sausagemeat, onion soup, hot pepper sauce, rice, prawns and peas. It's the perfect winter dish to be enjoyed all year long.
A Spanish classic. A basic paella with chorizo slices, chicken, green peas and saffron rice is easy to make.
Delicious cold rice salad with chicken, sweetcorn, chorizo and tomato. Ideal for the lunch box for work or serve at a BBQ. This recipe came about after having some leftover chicken mixture from my chicken enchilada recipe and has been slightly adapted now as a recipe in its own right.