These mini apple croissants are so quick and easy to make and taste amazing! Serve for breakfast, or with vanilla ice cream for a superb dessert
The acidity in the plum purée cuts through the richness of the duck breast to create a treat! Here served with our twist on Pommes Anna.
For a quick lunch or supper, this salmon and fennel dish pack loads of flavour and is really easy to make.
Perfect for the festive cold months, irresistible when warm and gooey, but even better after a few days later when they get to their optimum texture - If they last that long!
Stuck on what to do with those leftover brussels sprouts? Add them into these potato cakes with a poached egg and homemade hollandaise sauce, for a sophisticated Boxing Day breakfast.
Leftovers from Christmas dinner? This is a perfect Boxing Day breakfast bursting with flavour.
An English classic with an American twist! Savannah Gold adds subtle hints of garlic and mustard. This makes a perfect quick lunch - brilliant with pickles and salad.
Tender beef ribs falling off the bone flavoured with Kansas City Rib Rub and served with a bulgur wheat and orange salad. Well worth the wait!
A perfect snack worth the wait! Authentic crispy rolls filled with shredded lamb and flavoured with The Brazilian rub.
Chicken fajitas are on the menu here every week because they're so quick and easy to make. We like ours just as they come, but feel free to add grated cheese, soured cream, guacomole according to taste.
This dip is so easy to make and can be flavoured with many different rubs. For a more traditional houmous replace the rub with 1 tsp ground cumin.
Stollen is made in Germany at Christmas time. These stollen bites make great treats over the festive period, but also go down well over the rest of the year as well!
Pulled Pork is American BBQ at it's best, but is easy to do in an oven as well if you follow our simple recipe. This can store in the fridge afterwards, and seems to keep getting better for days.
In Brazil, the pastel is a small half-moon pastry filled with various fillings, and fried until crispy. We've made a version using ground beef and our Brazilian rub.
Prawns go really well with Italian Herbs, and the addition of the breadcrumbs adds a great texture to this dish. Serve with a simple flavoured orzo, or use the pasta of your choice.
These superb, individual French Tarte Tatins make a great end to a meal. Make sure to use good dessert apples such as braeburn or cox's orange pippins.
Sea Trout is a beautiful pink-fleshed fish that comes into it's own in the summer with our pickled cucumber and asparagus salad. Enjoy the freshness with Fines Herbes!
Honey is a common sweetener in Mexican foods, and this recipe combines with the mild heat in the rub to produce an easy lunch or evening meal.
A classic dish of Russian descent, this recipe marries strips of beef with sliced mushrooms in a smokey paprika rich sauce made from soured cream.
Again at a loss for a quick and tasty lunch, the flavours offered in the Wagga Wagga Mama give this prawn salad a kick that will make it an all time favourite.
A really easy chicken curry recipe offering loads of flavour and sauce. Hotter or milder can easily be achieved by varying the curry paste used, or ading extra chillies to the herb marinade.
A classic french dish that has fallen out of favour over the past 20 years. But it packs so much flavour that it's due for a revival. Serve with crusty bread, potatoes and greens.
Classic Southern fried chicken should be crunchy and crusty on the outside and juicy and flavourful on the inside. That's the reason for soaking in the spiced buttermilk, and the double coating of flour creates that fantastic crust.
Panna Cotta is a really versatile dessert as it can be paired with so many flavours! Here we produce a spiced caramel sauce that goes really well with the cream and berries!