Author: Nagi

Dipping Fish cakes in tartare sauce – Fish Cakes | RecipeTin Eats

You’ll find plenty of shortcut fish cake recipes “out there”. But these ones are particularly good! The trick is to keep potato chunks and big flakes of fish rather than letting it turn into mush. And the buttery garlic-chilli-green onion-thyme that’s mixed through the potato is just divine! Fish cakes Fish cakes are a nice

"Dump 'n Bake" Fried Rice in a baking pan, fresh out of the oven – Emergency “Dump & Bake” Fried Rice

Baked fried rice – Just place uncooked rice, stock, soy sauce, and a few other flavourings in a baking pan, give it a mix then shove it in the oven. And out comes a fluffy, seasoned fried rice that’s so good, you may never wok toss fried rice ever again! {Well that’s a big fat

Peach Cobbler in a bowl topped with vanilla ice cream – Peach Cobbler | RecipeTin Eats

This Peach Cobbler recipe comes to you from a Southern lady I know who is everything you imagine a Southern lass to be: a big personality, big laugh, big heart, and a very (very!) big appetite for life and food. You’ll love how the syrup is made using peach juices, rather than just a plain

Close up photo of freshly baked Honey Soy Baked Chicken – Sticky Honey Soy Baked Chicken

By:Nagi Published:21 Jul ’21Updated:21 Jul ’21 Honey Soy Baked Chicken is a good one for busy nights and lazy Sundays. Just mix up a simple honey soy garlic sauce, pour it over chicken and bake in the oven. And out comes a sweet, salty, sticky chicken dinner – just the sort of flavours everybody loves!

Close up of tray of Roasted Vegetables fresh out of the oven – Roasted Vegetables | RecipeTin Eats

Knowing how to make Roasted Vegetables well is a life essential! For best results? Don’t mix root vegetables with high moisture vegetables like eggplant and zucchini. Use smashed whole garlic cloves instead of minced which just burns. And roast in a moderate rather than hot oven so they have time to sweeten and caramelise evenly!

Freshly made Borek ready to be served – Borek – Spiced lamb filo pastry

If you think this Borek looks stunning, just wait until you taste it!! Flaky filo pastry is wrapped around a spiced lamb filling dotted with pine nuts and currants, then into a charming spiral. Borek is found in different guises and goes by various names depending where you are – burek, bourekas, byrek etc. But

Dipping Thai Beef Satay into peanut sauce – Beef Satay with Thai Peanut Sauce

Meat on sticks is always a good thing, and Thai Beef Satay is one of the best! In this beef version of Thai Chicken Satay, a secret tenderising satay marinade makes economical steak astonishingly succulent. So good, you can eat it plain – but no one in their right mind would skip the Thai Peanut

Mushroom Stuffed Chicken Breast in a skillet, fresh out of the oven – Mushroom Stuffed Chicken Breast | RecipeTin Eats

By:Nagi Published:12 Jul ’21Updated:12 Jul ’21 Chicken breasts stuffed with garlicky buttery mushrooms littered with some token bits of spinach blanketed with oozing cheese. Not at all complicated to make, just a handful of simple ingredients, and everybody loves it! Stuffed chicken breast Mushroom Stuffed Chicken Breast is one of those recipes where you take

Close up of a pile of Madeleines – Madeleines | RecipeTin Eats

Madeleines are sweet little French sponge cakes that are as delightful to look at as they are to eat. Flavoured with a hint of lemon and with the signature shell shape, these adorable mini butter cakes make for a lovely afternoon tea, or a pretty finish for any meal. The only catch is that they’re

Pot of Vindaloo fresh off the stove – Vindaloo | RecipeTin Eats

Vindaloo is a traditional Indian curry that’s not for the faint hearted! It’s fiery red and packed with big, bold flavours. Chunks of beef are slow-cooked to tender perfection in a fiery-red sauce packed with big, bold curry flavours. Is it spicy? Heck yeah, as it should be! For serious curry lovers, it’s hard to

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