In our household we are currently trying to be extra healthy after eating a few too many treats over the Christmas season!
Lamb is a great source of protein, zinc and iron. Recently I was asked to create a recipe using Welsh Lamb. It is excellent quality with its certified PGI status that guarantees that the meat has been reared and prepared to the highest standard.
The lamb I received was a very lean cut. It tasted lovely and tender in my slow cooked lamb biryani and completely debunked the myth that lamb is a fatty meat.
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For Christmas I received a slow cooker, I have been meaning to get one for ages but have always had something more important to spend my money on!
My first experiment was pulled pork. It’s a dish that all my family love but I have never attempted to make it myself.
The pork joint leg joint cost £2.80 for 1.9kg and I completely underestimated how much it would make. It gave the four of us (two hungry adults and two toddlers), enough for three different meals.
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My favourite thing about Autumn is comfort food. Having the house warm and full of the smell of stew, makes the dark evenings a little less worse! I usually make it during the day and let it simmer on a really low heat so it is ready to serve come dinner time.
Serves 4 Costs 93p a serving
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