July 04, 2016
Tired of the usual chicken recipes? We really loved this Persian inspired recipe from Iranian-born Sabrina Ghayour that was featured in the Irish Times magazine in April. Sabrina has a new book called Persiana which she has written for home cooks. Joojeh kebab is a traditional chicken dish in Iran and while is typically cooked using poussin over a barbeque, Sabrina adapted her recipe to make it easy for people to create without a barbeque. This can be served as a hot or cold dish. We have this recipe a try and found it absolutely delicious, the end result is pictured above, served on our Forget Me Not Small Oval Serving Dish.
Ingredients - Serves 4 people:
How to Prepare:
Fancy giving this recipe a try? We'd love to know what you thought of the dish so drop us a comment below.
January 14, 2020
November 12, 2019
The clocks have changed, and so has the season. When it was light is now dark, humidity has turned to dampness as many a tree offers a final burst of colour before shedding its leaves and turning dormant. It’s the time of year to heat ourselves with a constant cup of hot something and wrap ourselves up in layers of wool.
September 26, 2019
Garlic is a wondrous plant of multitudinous varieties, properties, and flavours. For such a small thing it is so pungent and powerful and has its uses at this ghoulish time of year. So here is our ode, or should I say odour, to Garlic.
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