Coated in spices, then cooked for five hours in a tangy sauce – slowing things down is the best way for these finger-licking faves.
You’ll be rewarded with tender meat and a rich, aromatic sauce to remember.
Who doesn’t love drummies? These pleasers bathe in a gorgeous light korma sauce for three hours before legging it to a bed of steamed rice.
A quality homemade sauce is the secret to absolutely mouth-watering tomato-based Italian meals.
Simply saute and stir on the stovetop – using curry paste as a tasty shortcut – then pop the lot in the oven and walk away until it's ready.
Think a Tex-Mex shredded pork that you can pile high into a burger bun with slaw or serve in tortillas with guacamole.
Lamb shanks are made for slow cooking. No other recipe heralds the start of winter like melt-in-your-mouth lamb braised in a red wine sauce served upon a cloud of mashed potato.
Citrusy juice, tangy soy, sweet hoisin and cinnamon will be imparting their wonderful flavours into this Asian-style beef. Just boil egg noodles and brocollini to serve. So simple!
Simmer and roast your way to your family's new fave casserole.
This fall-off-the-bone lamb is well worth the wait! Rub herb oil into the sides, then roast it long and slow with wedges of red onion. P.S the feta cream is divine.
The flavours of barley, rosemary, garlic and white wine combine to create a winning dinner. You won't regret jumping out of bed early to prepare this meal, because the smell you'll come home to is truly divine.
A slow-cooked beauty that features gently spiced Moroccan flavours combined with aromatics and served with couscous and yoghurt. It’s so tender it will melt in your mouth.
Robust vegetables and a scattering of aromatic sage make this risotto wonderfully comforting and wholesome.
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