Recipes

Curry Base Sauce

Posted by on Oct 7, 2020 in Recipes
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I have done a post before on British Indian Restaurant Curry but thought with the amount of people wanting a recipe for a base sauce I’d do a separate recipe. Make It Your Own Curry Base Sauce! Remember, you can add what you like, leave out what you don’t have or add more or less … Read More →

Pulled Pork. How To Do It & Make Chilli With The Leftovers!

Posted by on Mar 30, 2020 in Recipes, Trends
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Pulled Pork… I do like cooking meat the low and slow method. It allows you to play around with so many flavours and you also get the rest of the day free! You also get to make great food with the leftovers. Read on for a great Pulled Pork Chilli! Pulled pork is no exception. … Read More →

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British Indian Restaurant Curry

Posted by on May 3, 2019 in 'Ome Made Products, Recipes, Trends
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British Indian Restaurant Curry And how to Make It! Scroll down for a basic recipe for Curry Base Gravy and how to use it! Just like any other food curry has it’s trends and opinions on how to make it. In this article we will find out what British Indian Restaurant Curry is and how … Read More →

Spicy Crispy Lamb Breast

Posted by on Apr 2, 2015 in Recipes, Trends
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    Spicy Crispy Lamb Breast… this was an absolute winner! I’m quite a fan of lamb breast, a very underused and under rated cut of meat. I think a lot of people are put off by the appearance (there appears to be very little meat) and they don’t know how to cook it. I … Read More →

Portuguese One Pot Chicken.

Posted by on Mar 9, 2015 in Recipes, Trends
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  It was a Saturday. Something strange had happened. I fancied something other than curry for tea! Not sure Kit was so impressed with this idea! However not all was lost… I still wanted that hit of spice! We were going to be having curry. We had bought 3 chickens especially. To be honest I … Read More →

‘Ome Made Falafel

Posted by on Feb 6, 2015 in Recipes
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  Falafel are great… or can be if they’re made right! The thing is you need to put bags of flavour in there. You need serious amounts of garlic, lemon juice, pepper and salt. And then of course there’s the spices. For me it has to be heavy on the cumin, probably my favourite spice … Read More →

Gnocchi-Wocky-Doo-Dah!

Posted by on Dec 29, 2014 in Recipes
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  Every now and then when we ask the kids what they want for tea they answer with something that strikes fear into me! Gnocchi is one of them! They love potato gnocchi and indeed so do I, however, making gnocchi for six hungry people, it’s one of the more… shall we say… time consuming dishes! However … Read More →

Get Sconed!

Posted by on Dec 19, 2014 in Recipes
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 We don’t do many desserts or puddings in the ‘Ome Made home but one of the things that always goes down well when we do is a nice scone (pronounced “scon”… of course!).   Scones are so easy to make and with a little jam of your choosing and a big fat dollop of clotted … Read More →

Cup of Chai?

Posted by on Dec 18, 2014 in Recipes, Trends
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We started drinking Chai a good year ago now. Not proper Indian Chai but the well known brand, tea bag variety.   Recently however the well known brand that we used decided to re-brand their packaging, putting less tea bags in and charging more. Meaning our bag of Chai cost more than twice as much! … Read More →

Have Your Cake & Eat It… Just not until Christmas!

Posted by on Nov 4, 2014 in Recipes
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Last year I posted a blog on Stir Up Sunday with a recipe for Christmas Pudding. Click on this link ‘Christmas Pudding’ if you want to see it. This Year I’m giving a recipe for Christmas Cake. You may think it’s a bit early but this cake tastes better for a bit of maturing. Put … Read More →