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Pan Seared John Dory fillets With Sauté Shiitake Mushrooms, Baby Gem Puree, And Samphire

Pan Seared John Dory fillets With Sauté Shiitake Mushrooms, Baby Gem Puree, And Samphire

This week we have a beautiful dish of pan seared John Dory fillets from Bryan McCarthy, head chef at Greene’s Restaurant in Cork. Ingredients 4 x John Dory fillets oil for frying salt and white pepper 1 tbsp butter 300g samphire, blanched 300g shiitake mushrooms, sliced For the baby gem puree 1 x shallot, diced […]

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Tangy Salad Dressing With A Surprise Ingredient!

Tangy Salad Dressing With A Surprise Ingredient!

Bring an added dimension to your salads, with this smooth Lyle’s Golden Syrup dressing that really brings out their flavour. Ingredients 200ml (7fl oz) extra virgin olive oil 2 tbsp Lyle’s Golden Syrup 1 tbsp white wine vinegar 1 rounded tsp Dijon mustard salt & freshly ground black pepper Method Combine the olive oil with […]

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Chicken & Chorizo Stew Recipe From Sadies Kitchen

Chicken & Chorizo Stew Recipe From Sadies Kitchen

September is National Chicken Month and at Sadie’s Kitchen, they know just how important it is to use good quality chicken when making delicious bone broth. That’s why they use only the finest Irish free range chicken meat and bones. Slowly simmered with fresh vegetables, herbs and organic apple cider vinegar, their comforting chicken bone […]

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Strong Roots Garlic Roasted Sweet Potato, Cauliflower Rice salad with Pomegranate seeds

Strong Roots Garlic Roasted Sweet Potato, Cauliflower Rice salad with Pomegranate seeds

If you think that cauliflower is just for dowsing in a cheese sauce then you’re wrong! Strong roots have this amazing salad with cauliflower rice for you try out this week! Ingredients: 1/2 small head cauliflower 500g Strong Roots Garlic Roasted Sweet Potato 50ml extra virgin olive oil 100g mint 1 lemon juice and zest […]

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Maple Pulled Turkey Sandwiches

Maple Pulled Turkey Sandwiches

It is the season for alfresco lunches, afternoons around the barbecue and lazy weekends spent lounging in the sun. With that in mind, celebrate National Picnic Week from 13th – 21st June with our unique and delightful picnic recipe made with pure maple syrup from Canada. Always check the label and ensure the maple syrup from Canada […]

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Strong Roots Avocado and Feta Loaded Mushrooms

Strong Roots Avocado and Feta Loaded Mushrooms

Here’s a beautiful vegetarian recipe from Strong Roots just in time for the Summer! You’ll find Strong Roots Sweet Potato Fries in all major supermarkets and independent retailers.

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Simple Fish Recipes

Simple Fish Recipes

Bord Bia have teamed up with renowned chef Donal Skehan to show you just how easy fish is to cook. We’re so lucky, here in Ireland to have such a plentiful supply of white fish such as Hake, Haddock and Whiting so why not make use of them? They have a huge array of delicious […]

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Baked Frittata with Roasted Vegetables

Baked Frittata with Roasted Vegetables

Bord Bia are back with a great recipe for a baked frittata with roasted vegetables. I have to say I really like this recipe as it has great depth of flavour. Roasting is such a stress-free way to cook root vegetables. I don’t know about you but I am not a fan of hovering over […]

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Kiddie Kedgeree From Toddlebox

Kiddie Kedgeree From Toddlebox

This week we have a great recipe for kedgeree from Toddlebox to share with you that’s low in salt, fat, and is perfect for all ages of the family. It’s a great way to introduce fish when you’re weaning and great for delicate stomachs. Ingredients ½ onion ½ clove garlic 2 eggs 320g boned smoked […]

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Sauté Potatoes With Spinach And Eggs

Sauté Potatoes With Spinach And Eggs

This is an eggcellent recipe from Bord Bia for Sauté Potatoes With Spinach And Eggs that takes just 45 minutes to put together. It’s the kind of dish you can bring to the table directly in the pan it is cooked in, and everybody can help themselves. I love cooking food like this because it’s […]

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