Perfect for pulled beef, oyster blade has a gelatinous streak that produces a rich, sweet flavour. Pulled beef can be used in a variety of ways… tacos, pies, stir-frys, pizzas, rolls and sandwiches.
I’ve found that baking with vegetables allows my kids to see the veggies being used in different ways and can introduce them with a positive taste. Vegetables such as zucchini, sweet potato, beetroot and carrot act as a replacement for butter and sugar adding to the texture and sweetness of the baked goods.
Pulled pork makes a regular appearance at our dinner table and as a result there are plenty of opportunities to change things up and experiment. Pork shoulder is the most popular cut for pulled pork and rightly so. However this time I decided to give pork collar a try.
Thermomix conversion for Jamie Oliver’s epic chocolate and beetroot cake. There’s a rich chocolate flavour to the fluffy texture with a tasty hint of beetroot.
Soft and tasty sweet potato donuts packed with white chocolate and topped with sprinkles. These decadent treats can also be made into cupcakes and cakes.
Dry brined grilled pork chops in a honey bourbon glaze and served with grilled plum and nectarine. A sweet and flavour packed grilled meal.
Fresh summer mangoes are a great addition to any meal and add a tangy twist to BBQ sauce. This sweet and spicy mango BBQ sauce is great alongside a summer meal, especially the barbecue variety.
This beetroot relish is a great addition to a Christmas hamper as it not only looks great with its rich purple colour but it’s also delicious with cheese and crackers, in a burger or simply on toast with a slice of cheese.