Smoked chicken is a great ingredient and a little unusual so makes an interesting change. It is perfect for many recipes including pasta, salad and pie.
With delicate flavours and delicious aromas, this pie whispers "it took all day to make me" and only you will know the truth.
Don't be afraid of the salt marinade - it makes the skin crispy and the flesh unbelievably sweet. Keen to hear from others who marinate for longer than I.
This recipe is quick and easy, suitable for lunch or dinner. For a quick dinner with the family, or surprise your dinner guests with this dish filled with exciting Mediterranean flavours with a bistro feel. This recipe also works as a risotto, obviously replacing the fettuccini pasta with your favourite rice. Bon Appetit!
This salad looks and tastes impressive, but is so quick and easy to make
Deliciously moist and smokey chicken at about 1/2 the cost of shop bought chicken. You just require a hooded BBQ or similar, to transform an ordinary chicken into an extra-ordinary bird to eat hot or cold.
I love the colours in this dish, the bright red of the capsicum and green of the sugar snap peas. It tastes great too.
A whole chicken that is stuffed with fresh herbs then barbecued over hot coals and moist wood chips, to reach a smoky flavour.
This is a bit fiddly to do but creates a 'just like the TV shows' smoked chicken thigh that the whole family will love.
You can make a delicious smoky slow barbecue chicken right in your own oven. Increase the spice by adding chilli pepper to the sauce.
This is a bit different from your usual pizza! You can often find quail eggs in Asian markets.