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how to cook haggis in a microwave
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11th March 2021

How To Cook Haggis In A Microwave

Haggis is a traditional Scottish dish, consisting of different types of offal (heart, liver and lungs) mixed up with oatmeal, onions, suet and spices, and usually cooked stuffed into a sheep’s stomach (these days an artificial casing is more often used). There are many different ways of cooking and serving…
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how to cook large flat mushrooms for breakfast
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10th March 2021

How To Cook Large Flat Mushrooms For Breakfast

Mushrooms are a great breakfast food. Easy to cook, delicious, and packed with health giving nutrients and vitamins, plus they go really well with all the other types of “traditional” breakfast foods. But how to cook large flat mushrooms for breakfast? If you have spent your life eating button mushrooms…
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how to cook asparagus wrapped in parma ham
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9th March 2021

How To Cook Asparagus Wrapped In Parma Ham

Ahh, asparagus - the taste of summer! It is a delicate vegetable; tricky to grow, and undoubtedly delicious. It is a very versatile vegetable - you can add it to any number of dishes - but one of the nicest ways to eat it is by itself, or wrapped in…
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how to cook quorn chicken pieces without sauce
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8th March 2021

How To Cook Quorn Chicken Pieces Without Sauce

If you are a lifelong vegetarian, or if you have just converted to non meat based protein, or if you just want to substitute a few of your mid week meat dishes for vegetarian alternatives, this post is for you. So often Quorn pieces are just thrown in the microwave…
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how to cook lamb heart on its own
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7th March 2021

How To Cook Lamb Heart On Its Own

You might have never eaten lamb’s heart. You might already be an afficionado, or you might recoil at the thought of eating offal. Whichever camp you sit in, let’s learn about how to cook lamb heart on its own! How To Cook Lamb Heart On Its Own Lamb’s heart has…
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how to cook pheasant breast in the oven
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5th March 2021

How To Cook Pheasant Breast In The Oven

A pheasant breast is the same thing as a chicken breast - a cut of plump meat that comes from the front of the bird. Pheasant can be less tender and succulent than chicken however, and so you might need a few ideas on how to cook it so that…
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how to cook braising steak in a frying pan
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4th March 2021

How To Cook Braising Steak In A Frying Pan

Braising steak is named this because it generally lends itself well to long, slow cooking with liquid, also known as braising. However, if you want to cook it quickly like your standard, more expensive sorts of steak, you can do this very successfully too. Read on to find out how…
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how to cook pork tenderloin in oven with foil
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3rd March 2021

How To Cook Pork Tenderloin In Oven With Foil

Tenderloin is cut from (you might have guessed this!) the loin of a pig, and it is a boneless cut which is fairly lean. Although tenderloin is generally cooked quickly over a high heat, you can also roast it slowly in the oven, which gives a different result and can…
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how to cook a gammon joint in a slow cooker with water
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2nd March 2021

How To Cook A Gammon Joint In A Slow Cooker With Water

What we know of as gammon is the hind leg of a pig, which has been brine cured, and may or may not be smoked. It is a delicious, tasty piece of meat, and you can make it even more delicious when you know just how to cook it right!…
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how to cook topside beef so it's tender
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1st March 2021

How To Cook Topside Beef So It Is Tender

Topside refers to the long, lean muscle that makes up part of a cow’s hind quarters. These muscles are hard working, and as such they can be quite lean and fibrous. Topside is not a very fatty cut, which means it can take some cooking to make it melt in…
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