The ideal accompaniment to any roast and baked meats gravy is a tasty and versatile recipe with variations including mushroom, red wine and onion gravy.
This really is a classic holiday meal. Try it instead of a roast chicken or ham at Christmas or a special birthday.
This is a very popular North Indian dish called 'Rajma' which is served at all occasions. Eat with jeera (cumin) rice.
Toad in the Hole is a combination of sausages and Yorkshire pudding batter, baked together until puffy and crisp. A delicious and easy lunch, especially when served with mustard onion gravy!
Onion gravy is the traditional sauce for bangers and mash or toad in the hole. This one has mustard and red wine.
Here's a different way to prepare pork sausages, very yummy, filling and easy. Serve with mashed potatoes or other veg.
This is an easy and time thrifty way to cook chicken; in a gravy casserole. We serve it with mashed potatoes and vegetables.
This is a great roast lamb that is cooked with seasoned toasted breadcrumbs then the remaining pan juices are turned into a wine gravy.
A perfect way to eat leftover ham with not a Christmas flavour in site. This onion gravy has a barbecue flavour to it and goes well with mashed potatoes and vegetables.
This is the greatest oven cooked beef I have ever had. The beef is slowly casseroled in a rich red wine sauce with heaps of vegetables.
This is a simple recipe to make delicious a cheaper cut of meat. You might want to adjust the amount of cayenne pepper to your taste - I like it spicy.