Chicken Recipes, Crock Pot Recipes, Chili Recipe & more @ Nibbledish! RSS Feed for Chicken Recipes, Crock Pot Recipes, Chili Recipe & more @ Nibbledish! 2018-03-19T12:44:15+01:00 text/html 2010-01-31T21:27:52+01:00 Pesto Pasta I was scrambling around the fridge tonight, trying to figure out what Larph and Mrs Larph were going to take to work for lunch this week.<br /><br />I have officially rejected the work canteen. I can no longer bare to tolerate paying hard earned money for the shite they dish&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2010-01-28T08:40:02+01:00 Arroz con Larph I’m going to preface this post with a simple instruction: GET A RICE COOKER. <p>I’m not sure I would have survived my early twenties without one; I couldn’t cook anything without it, and I couldn’t afford to live on fast food. (Although I ried my damned hardest). For many years&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2009-11-14T17:01:28+01:00 Carrot & Corriander Soup Roughly chop your carrots, boil with some water. Drain when they are done (don't over boil).<br />Chop up a crap load of corriander, finely chop some chilli. Blend all the ingredients steadily with chicken stock and add to the pan. Alter consistency with more chicken stock, season and adjust chilli&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2009-11-13T20:07:33+01:00 Meatball & Vegetable Soup Dice you onions and chilis, fry them up and add some chipoltle. In with the chicken stock.<br />Chop your veggies chunky - you want to get the hard root veggies on first with the meatballs.<br />Add tomatoes at the same time.<br />You want to get your courgette in last, season&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2009-08-22T19:23:36+01:00 Kim Chi Tang More of a soup than a traditional kim chi stew, this stuff kept me going for a large part of my batchelor years.<br /><br /><br /> Cook up some kim chi in a pan until it softens up a bit.<br />Add tuna and water, and some kim chi juice.<br />Bring&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2009-02-01T09:58:49+01:00 Breakfast Bagel I love to get up early on a weekend and make a nice breakfast for my wife.<br /><br />I've done this four or five times in a row now, and it never gets old. Simple, but so good. If I had some ham in the fridge, I would have put&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2009-01-31T18:38:29+01:00 Spanish Stew <span style="font-weight:bold;">Winter is starting to finally bite here in the Jolly Old.</span><br /><br />In my house, that means it's time for soup and stews, and this one is a big favourite.<br />This probably has a proper Spanish name, but I'm not entirely sure what it is. I refer to it&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-05-14T20:14:42+01:00 Chicken wrapped in Parma Ham <span style="font-weight:bold;">Simple, but friggin' delicious.</span><br /><br />I lay a few strips of leftover Parma Ham out on some tin foil, making sure they overlapped.<br />I then lay out a couple of mini boneless chicken breasts on top of the ham and seasoned with a little salt, pepper and oregano.<br /><br&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-05-05T08:38:31+01:00 Mexican style Chicken Corn Chowder <span style="font-weight:bold;">I wouldn't go so far as to describe this as 'authentic' Mexican cuisine (my girlfriend laughed when I described the Mexican dish I was doing), but it's very tasty and more importantly low maintenance.</span><br /><br />If I'd had more time I probably would have baked a loaf of fresh&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-04-27T20:30:44+01:00 Preparing Lamb I've used this combo now for lamb steaks, lamb chops and roast leg of lamb - it's a magic combination.<br /><br />Season your meat well with salt and pepper, leave it out for 20mins to reach room temperature before you cook it.<br />(It's best to let in marinate for as&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-04-26T18:31:16+01:00 Everybody loves Guacamole <span style="font-weight:bold;">Everyone loves Guacamole, it's always a winner.</span><br /><br />There are so many recipes for it, but here's a simple batchelor's take. Make sure you do this with a <span style="font-style:italic;">ripe</span> avocado.<br /><br />Slice right around the avacado, give it a little twist and it should fall open perfectly. Strike&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-04-23T18:17:42+01:00 Linguine with Parma Ham <span style="font-weight:bold;">Of the twenty or so dishes that I now know how to cook, this is the one I'm going to whip up for that romantic meal in the garden this summer with my special lady.</span><br /><br />It's probably the tastiest and easiest thing I can make, and goes down&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-04-22T19:21:15+01:00 Fish and Chips <span style="font-weight:bold;">An English dish with a different twist.</span><br /><br />Start by boiling the kettle and peeling the potatoes. Chop them up chunky and try and keep them all roughly the same size. Get the water into a pan and get the spuds in. Boil them for 5 minutes.<br />Once parboiled,&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-04-19T14:25:31+01:00 Batchelor's Pizza <span style="font-weight:bold;">Having spent the last year or so scrimping and saving as much as possible, I've had a fair amount of time to hone my mad skillz of creating yummy food with not-very-much money.</span><br /><br />This is one of my favourites, and costs hardly nothing to do - it's usually&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-02-18T13:17:38+01:00 Gyudon and Egg **A few years ago I tumbled out of the main exit at Shenyang train station in northern China totally unprepared for the humugous throng of locals milling about elbow to elbow. I was tired, hungry and eventually found myself stepping inside a Yoshinoya barging my way to the counter with&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-02-16T16:10:29+01:00 Korean Cucumber **Usually when if I am scanning through recipe websites I skip right through anything that does not contain meat - and if you are like me - STOP! I IMPLORE YOU!!** This really is worth it. I have never had much time for the plain old cuc', but for some&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-02-15T13:23:10+01:00 Easy Curry Rice **My friend Deb showed me how to do this many years ago and I have eaten this dish in both Japan and Korea. This knowledge has gotten me through some of my most fiscally-challenged batchelor years, and it is my pleasure to pass on the info.** There are many ways&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-02-13T13:08:51+01:00 Korean Kim Bap Mmmmnn, Kim Bap. Regularly popping down to an ajumma's street stand in Seoul to pick up a 1000 Won Kim Bap for breakfast was one of the highlights of my time in Asia. (1000 Won = around $1US). :D I decided to make this because I had a few leftover&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-02-11T23:00:53+01:00 Oyako Donburi I've tried several different recipes for Oyakodon, and this is my hack done to my personal taste. I believe when they do this dish in Japan, they actually use a specific pan for it. I've just used a regular frying pan for mine. The first time I did this I&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2008-02-09T17:45:14+01:00 Yummy Quick Salad This is a great little salad that doesn't need too many ingredients. I've been taking it to work with me recently, and it really hits the spot. Delicious! 1. Tear some of your basil up. 2. Halve your cherry tomatoes (you could use regular ones but I prefer the sweetness&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div>