Quick, easy and tasty! Carbonara cooked the classic way. Ready to serve in just 15 minutes!
Thai Red Curry is a popular, traditional dish from Thailand. The base of the dish is a strong chilli based curry paste with some form or protein such as chicken, pork or shrimps finished in creamy coconut milk!
Paella is one of Spain’s classic dishes. A beautiful rice based dish, it is cooked in one pot slowly to ensure a fabulous meal with limited washing up!
Tarka dhal is perhaps the most well known of Indian dhals, and this recipe is a quick and easy introduction to help you start experimenting with your own dhals. Serve with simple breads such as naan, roti and chapatti or alongside a curry.
Pad Thai is quick and simple when you know how. A classic stir fry that you can get ready in minutes. Best experienced through Thailands famous street food stalls!
This real Chicken korma is much more exciting than the takeaway!
Chana Masala is a fantastic dish from the Indian Subcontinent. Served as a meal in it’s own right with rice or chapati, it is also often served alongside other dishes. Perfect for vegetarians and vegans
Jambalaya is one of the most iconic dishes of Louisiana and is classic Cajun cooking. Using a traditional base of celery, onion & pepper, this rice based dish is the perfect one pot dish for friends and family!
Ever experienced a Hot Brown? The Hot Brown was created in the 1920’s at The Brown Hotel, Louisville, to provide some late night food to the revelling guests who wanted more than just ham and eggs. Chef Fred Schmidt put together and open turkey sandwich with a rich moray sauce which has become a culinary icon of Kentucky!
Nothing gives the taste of Louisiana like a good hearty gumbo! Whether Cajun or Creole, each family will have their own recipe that they stick to. Here we are using the traditional thickener of okra, alongside tomatoes which make this version more Creole than Cajun. To find out where to travel to find the best gumbo, check out our blog post, ‘Food in Focus: Gumbo’. Happy travels!
Beef rendang is perfect for a relaxing Sunday afternoon as it is best cooked slowly to ensure that the spices come together and the beef melts in the mouth.
Spaghetti puttanesca is a classic quick Italian pasta dish – ready in under 15 minutes!
This nacho recipe shows off nachos as they should be, a comfort food for enjoying with friends and family. A good, thick chilli with crisp tortilla chips and a fresh guacamole always goes down well and is a definite family favourite!
Molé is one of Mexico’s premier dishes. Best cooked low and slow, but this recipe will give you all the joy of a molé in a fraction of the cooking time making it perfect for a weekday evening meal.