Chicken Recipes, Crock Pot Recipes, Chili Recipe & more @ Nibbledish! RSS Feed for Chicken Recipes, Crock Pot Recipes, Chili Recipe & more @ Nibbledish! 2018-03-22T04:31:42+01:00 text/html 2008-04-08T14:33:48+01:00 bacon and squash penne <ol><li>Chop squash into 1.5 cm cubes. Bring a saucepan of water to the boil, add a pinch of salt and cook pasta according to instructions on the pack. In the last five minutes of cooking, add squash. </li><li>While pasta is cooking, prepare the other ingredients. Separate the bacon into fat&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-09-05T10:50:46+01:00 courgette with dill and feta cheese 1. Slice courgette lengthwise into 3 mm ribbons. 2. Smash garlic and combine with olive oil, water, lemon juice, half of the dill leaves, sea salt and black pepper. 3. Heat a griddle pan until very hot. Brush courgette with oil and cook on pan until soft and brown in&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-08-28T14:42:21+01:00 buttermilk scone Please don't balk, I ate the freshly-baked scones for breakfast today with yogurt and strawberry purée. And they are based on an American biscuit recipe from Betty Crocker. Clotted cream and strawberry jam would be nice too for a more traditional Devon approach. - Preheat oven to 220℃ and place&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-08-06T20:16:29+01:00 wholemeal cheese bread The beauty of this recipe - no kneading and only one rising time! This wholemeal cheese bread is adapted from a bread recipe in The Cranks Recipe Book that is, in turn, adapted from Doris Grant’s famous 1944 recipe. I guess you can say that it is a copy of&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-06-11T09:59:58+01:00 hourensou no goma-ae This simple, homely recipe of spinach in a sesame dressing is one of my favourite Japanese dishes. I could eat this every day! The Japanese mortar and pestle (suribachi and surikogi) works most effectively but you can also use a food processor to make the dressing. 1. Toast sesame seeds&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-05-25T12:56:38+01:00 caramelised onion omelette This is not the French-style omelette that is a meal in itself, but omelette like my mum used to make it, best to eat with rice. Parsley sprinkles are unnecessary. I was just desperate to use up some in my fridge. 1. Slice onions finely. 2. Heat oil in a&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-05-04T17:24:51+01:00 asparagus pasta A very simple and quick recipe. Good for lunchboxes, weekday dinners and picnics. 1. Trim woody ends from asparagus stalks and toss in olive oil, salt and black pepper. 2. Heat griddle pan until hot and cook asparagus on it until seared and cooked through. 3. In a separate pan,&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-04-29T20:41:12+01:00 asparagus and egg wrap English asparagus is in season! After bringing home a bunch from the local farmers' market, I made them into this quick, simple lunch. 1. Trim woody ends on asparagus and cook in boiling salted water for about 3 - 5 minutes until al dente. Drain and rinse under cold running&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-04-25T13:49:00+01:00 honey roast duck on rice 1. Rub the skins of the duck with the mixture of sugar, five-spice powder and Szechuan pepper. Leave for 15 minutes or so. Preheat oven to 190 deg celcius. 2. In a dry frying pan, place duck skin side down and cook over medium heat for skin to crisp. The&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-04-23T13:34:10+01:00 moroccan flapjacks I have to own up, I didn't dream up the Moroccan-themed ingredients. I first had a similar flapjack at Leon, and have wanted to replicate it at home ever since. The base recipes I used are from Sue Lawrence's Book of Baking and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's &amp; Fizz Carr's The River&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-04-20T10:44:50+01:00 sesame soda bread No kneading, no waiting, no proving... this is a quick bread fix if you're hard up for time. The texture is more scone-like than bread-like though, and soda bread is best eaten on the day it's made. 1. Preheat oven to 225 deg celcius. Toast sesame seeds lightly. 2. Sift&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-04-19T10:36:29+01:00 bubble and squeak cake Traditionally made with leftovers, this dish is definitely tasty enough to justify the efforrt of whipping up a fresh batch of mash. Instead of dusting with flour, I used polenta instead so that it adds a crunch to the cakes. Makes about 6 - 8 cakes. 1. Peel potatoes and&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-04-16T16:01:47+01:00 scrambled tofu and egg with beans Today's high-protein breakfast. Silken tofu adds a creamy consistency to the eggs, so the butter and cream won't be missed. For those on a permanent diet. 1. Drain tofu and wrap in paper or kitchen towel to soak up excess liquid. This is important otherwise the eggs will be excessively&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-04-15T11:18:41+01:00 veg box soup I have a vegetable box delivered once a week and this recipe is good for using up the bits left over towards the end of the week. The ingredients can also be varied to reflect your personal tastes and the local seasons, the only constants being potatoes, carrots and onions.&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-04-14T10:33:14+01:00 cottage cheese pancakes Please pardon the unsightly honey puddle, I took too long to get a picture. This recipe makes 6 mini pancakes. 1. Sift flour, baking powder and salt into a large bowl. Stir in sugar. 2. Beat egg lightly and whisk in milk, yogurt and butter or oil. 3. Make a&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-04-13T20:05:44+01:00 buckwheat pasta with avocado-tofu cream I only know two ways of eating buckwheat pasta: the classic Northern Italian dish of pizzocheri, and this one which I made up. Still looking for other sauces or ingredients that would go nicely with buckwheat, other than the Japanese ways of cooking soba. This dish is best served chilled&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-04-11T10:33:13+01:00 baked kabocha croquette Takes a while to make and the sink will be piled up with dishes, but I think it's worth the effort and a nice variation to the usual potato croquette. 1. Mince onion and fry until soft and golden in some olive oil. Cool and set aside. 2. Peel and&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-04-10T16:52:12+01:00 potatoes in butter and soy sauce Essentially sauté potatoes, but flavoured with soy sauce instead of salt. The result may be slightly less crisp potatoes, but with the added stickiness factor that I love in my food. 1. Cut potatoes into 5 mm slices. If you are not using new potatoes, you might want to soak&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-04-10T11:25:55+01:00 toasted muesli When I need a baking fix without the drama, I make toasted muesli. It fills the kitchen with that familiar aroma, but is extremely quick to make and almost impossible to fail. The result is actually good for you too, as there is no sugar! This recipe makes quite a&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div> text/html 2007-04-09T20:40:06+01:00 spinach with garlic and pine nuts Simple and quick way with spinach. Try with a fried or poached egg on toasted sourdough bread. 1. Wash spinach and cut into 2-inch lengths. Keep the stalks separate from the leaves. Mince garlic. Toast pine nuts in a dry frying pan until there is a lovely aroma and nuts&#8230;<div><img src="" alt="" /></div>