Sautéing isn’t quite frying and isn’t quite stir fry, it’s a small amount of fat in a frying pan to cook meat, vegetables or fruit on a relatively hot heat.
Sautéed mushrooms are a great foundation or accompaniment for many meals whether used as a topping on steak, a side dish or served on toast for lunch.
Make the most of asparagus season by cooking a bunch of fresh spears gently in a delicious and simple garlic butter until perfectly tender. Ideal as a side dish or starter to a variety of spring meals.
Serve this hearty curry with a big bowl of basmati rice or some naan bread that has been heated in a low oven.
A great way to add fresh fruit to your savoury dishes this recipe is ideal for an easy midweek meal that the whole family will enjoy.
Traditional lettuce-wrapped delight, great as an entree or light meal. Pork mince, water chestnuts and bean sprouts in a tangy sweet sauce.