Veggieball, Tomato and Green Bean Dinner

Veggieball, Tomato and Green Bean Stew

This Veggieball, Tomato and Green Bean Dinner would fool the most diehard carnivore as they will be hard pushed to spot any difference. Tomatoes plus green beans and broad beans add to the stew. Then add in some potato as a filler. Paprika and garlic for flavour. Hardly needs a…

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Bockwurst Curry

bockwurst curry and vegetables

Perhaps unconventional yet this Bockwurst Curry did turn into a very good meal. Combining German sausage with the typical British meat and three vegetables as a base. Then add on an Indian-style curry sauce for a global flavour combination. Try it and see. You are very likely to enjoy. Serves…

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Sausage and Baked Bean Casserole

The Sausage Chef

This is a hearty and simple to prepare Sausage and Baked Bean Casserole which is easy to cook in a slow cooker or crockpot. It is an excellent way to add flavour to the very cheap sausages that are frequently sold in major supermarkets. Use other sausage varieties to suit…

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Liver and Vegetable Casserole

Liver and Vegetable Casserole

Liver may not be the most exciting of meats but it is a good choice when the budget is tight. This Liver and Vegetable Casserole mixes up a healthy serving of root vegetables alongside a good portion of pork liver. It makes for a healthy meal that includes much of…

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Bangers and Colcannon

Green Hat

A little in the Irish tradition with this Bangers and Colcannon recipe. It could have also been called Bangers and Mash+ but then we would have lost a fancy sounding name 🙂 Sausages with a mash of potato, cabbage and leek. Finished with a serving of gravy. It is well…

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Almost Irish Stew

A shamrock for an almost Irish dish

This is an Almost Irish Stew because I am from over the sea from Ireland and it uses bacon rather than the more usual lamb or mutton. The final stew is a close equivalent even if it does get me in trouble with the Irish. It is almost a hotpot…

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