Slices of crusted lamb rump accompanied with a heavenly root mash and cheesy leeks
Sweet leeks are a heavenly partner to lamb and in this simple casserole, you only have a handful of ingredients to prepare before the dish goes into the oven to cook quietly on its own. If possible, make it the day before you plan to eat, giving the flavours time to develop.
This is dish is so easy to make that even if we had the hordes of the un-dead banging at the windows, we’d still have time to make something gorgeous …
A Thai red curry from Masterchef winner Larkin Cen, Masterchef 2013 finalist
A hearty and filling Welsh cobbler
With mutton currently experiencing a well-deserved revival, this is a great recipe to serve as an alternative Christmas dish, a hearty winter warmer or to celebrate St. David’s Day. Gentle braising with leeks, aromatic cinnamon, cloves and orange gives full flavoured tender meat and the juices are used in the accompanying leek sauce.
Classic ingredient combinations presented in an original way. Either make individual frittata or prepare one large one and divide into 4.