South Yorkshire Food


Sri Lankan Chicken Curry

Sri Lankan cuisine is one of the most complex cuisines of South Asia. It is historically a major trade hub and many Asian influences are found in the dishes that are served. This is a delicious curry that reflects the Sri Lankan love of spices and exotic flavours. It is succulent with the sweetness of… Read more »

Mushy Peas

Traditional mushy peas are a Yorkshire  food favourite – often referred to as ‘Yorkshire Caviare’.  Served with fish and chips or with hot pies you have to love their  green tastiness!  Some upmarket chefs have been found using frozen, and even fresh peas, but to get true mushy peas they have to be made with… Read more »

Roast Guinea Fowl with Honey Glazed Parsnips

  Guinea Fowl make an interesting  change from chicken, slightly gamier, but bursting with flavour. Marks and Spencer are now selling some excellent free range birds.Served with the honey glazed parsnips and  delicious gravy, they make a great Sunday lunch or dinner party meal. One bird serves 2-3 people – for more people increase the… Read more »

Karahi Lamb

This fantastic tasting karahi dish may well be the best tasting curry you have ever made at home. The secret is in the slow cooking and the ‘Curry Secret’ base sauce that forms the foundation of this dish. Thanks to my friend Kevin Hague for helping me create this recipe.  Serves 2-3.

Tiger Prawn Pasta Sauce

This is a luscious and tasty sauce to pour over your pasta. A side of roasted cherry tomatoes, and a sprinkling of basil and Parmesan cheese rounds off the dish nicely. Serves 2.

Cranberry Relish

This relish will keep for a few weeks in the fridge, and also goes well with ham or duck, or a good tangy tangy cheese like cheddar.

Quick Tartare Sauce

This is quick and easy and tastes way better than the stuff out of a jar.

Sweet Chilli Sauce

Sweet and hot – goes great with all Asian foods, cold and grilled meat, fish and seafood. Makes about 1 litre.