Classic beef stroganoff recipe. Originates from Neven Maguire’s late Mum, Vera.

⭐️Beef Stroganoff with Fluffy Rice⭐️MacNean House and RestaurantLikeCommentSharePadraic Guilfoyle1.1K143 comments344 shares48K views · on Thursday · Stroganoff is definitely a classic recipe for an all time family favourite. One which can be made in advance, this recipe originates from Neven’s late Mum, Vera.

Served with rice or simple boiled potatoes it is without a doubt a winner!

Baked Risotto with Roasted Asparagus@KerrygoldUSA

risotto with asparagus

Risotto. Creamy rice, a splash of wine, a big dollop of butter, and cheese, glorious cheese. What’s not to love about a dish like that? The infernal stirring, that’s what. It’s such a good, restorative, comforting dish, but really, who has the patience? Sure, it can be meditative, standing and stirring with Buddha-like calm as the wine cooks down, and ladle after ladle of broth plumps the rice. But, truly, can you give a handful of rice 30 minutes of unblinking attention while all manner of homework mayhem ignites in the other room? Here’s one way to eliminate the long stand, stir and stare: enlist your oven. Contrary to the stiff-necked (and armed) belief of cranky purists, you can bake a perfectly fine risotto. While it’s not completely stir-less, this method will cut your stove-top workout down to a couple dozen reps. And while the rice, onions and broth happily bake, you’ll have plenty of time and focus to roast asparagus with one hand, and put out homework fires with the other. And honestly, if you slipped a bit to one of those stiff-necked purists I’d bet you good money they’d never know.

Classic beef stroganoff recipe. Originates from Neven Maguire’s late Mum, Vera.

⭐️Beef Stroganoff with Fluffy Rice⭐️MacNean House and RestaurantLikeCommentSharePadraic Guilfoyle1.1K143 comments344 shares48K views · on Thursday · Stroganoff is definitely a classic recipe for an all time family favourite. One which can be made in advance, this recipe originates from Neven’s late Mum, Vera.

Served with rice or simple boiled potatoes it is without a doubt a winner!

Classic beef stroganoff recipe. Originates from Neven Maguire’s late Mum, Vera.

⭐️Beef Stroganoff with Fluffy Rice⭐️MacNean House and RestaurantLikeCommentSharePadraic Guilfoyle1.1K143 comments344 shares48K views · on Thursday · Stroganoff is definitely a classic recipe for an all time family favourite. One which can be made in advance, this recipe originates from Neven’s late Mum, Vera.

Served with rice or simple boiled potatoes it is without a doubt a winner!

Classic beef stroganoff recipe. Originates from Neven Maguire’s late Mum, Vera.

⭐️Beef Stroganoff with Fluffy Rice⭐️MacNean House and RestaurantLikeCommentSharePadraic Guilfoyle1.1K143 comments344 shares48K views · on Thursday · Stroganoff is definitely a classic recipe for an all time family favourite. One which can be made in advance, this recipe originates from Neven’s late Mum, Vera.

Served with rice or simple boiled potatoes it is without a doubt a winner!

Classic beef stroganoff recipe. Originates from Neven Maguire’s late Mum, Vera.

⭐️Beef Stroganoff with Fluffy Rice⭐️MacNean House and RestaurantLikeCommentSharePadraic Guilfoyle1.1K143 comments344 shares48K views · on Thursday · Stroganoff is definitely a classic recipe for an all time family favourite. One which can be made in advance, this recipe originates from Neven’s late Mum, Vera.

Served with rice or simple boiled potatoes it is without a doubt a winner!

Ulster Crab Risotto

Ulster Crab Risotto

Serves: 10

Ingredients

  • 2 large Portrush Brown Cock Crabs
  • 4 litres pre-prepared crab stock
  • 500g Lakeland Dairies Butter
  • 400ml Millac Dairy Whipping Cream
  • 1kg arborio rice
  • 8 banana shallots
  • 200g wild rocket
  • 300g Parmesan cheese (Parmigiano Regianno)
  • micro red amaryth cress and parsley to garnish
  • 4 red peppers
  • 50ml aged balsamic vinegar
  • 100ml olive oil

Method

In a large, flat-bottomed pan melt 250g of Lakeland Dairies Butter. Add the shallots and braise before stirring in the rice.

Pour in the crab stock, a little at a time, until the rice is half cooked. Remove from the heat.

Place 2 red peppers in the oven with a little olive oil, salt and pepper. When they have blistered all over, remove them from the oven, cool and deseed. Remove skins with a small prep knife and cut into thin strips (equal lengths).

Deseed the remaining 2 red peppers and blend before passing through a fine chinoix or muslin. Discarding the pulp, transfer the juice into a small pan, adding the balsamic vinegar and reduce to a thick consistency. Allow to cool, before whisking in olive oil to make a pepper dressing.

Purée the brown crab meat and pass through chinoix to remove any shell. Set aside.

Pick out the white crab meat, ensuring there are no pieces of shell remaining. Mix together with the brown meat.

Place the remaining 250g Lakeland Dairies Butter into a large pan and add the half-cooked rice mixture. When it is almost cooked, add the Millac Dairy Whipping Cream, Parmesan and crab meat and simmer gently.

Season to taste. Add the rocket and stir until soft.

Serve the risotto as 2 or 3 quenelles in the centre of a suitable bowl.

Arrange slices of red pepper around the risotto and drizzle the red pepper dressing on top before garnishing with the amaryth and parsley.

 

Classic beef stroganoff recipe. Originates from Neven Maguire’s late Mum, Vera.

⭐️Beef Stroganoff with Fluffy Rice⭐️MacNean House and RestaurantLikeCommentSharePadraic Guilfoyle1.1K143 comments344 shares48K views · on Thursday · Stroganoff is definitely a classic recipe for an all time family favourite. One which can be made in advance, this recipe originates from Neven’s late Mum, Vera.

Served with rice or simple boiled potatoes it is without a doubt a winner!

Ulster Crab Risotto

Ulster Crab Risotto

Serves: 10

Ingredients

  • 2 large Portrush Brown Cock Crabs
  • 4 litres pre-prepared crab stock
  • 500g Lakeland Dairies Butter
  • 400ml Millac Dairy Whipping Cream
  • 1kg arborio rice
  • 8 banana shallots
  • 200g wild rocket
  • 300g Parmesan cheese (Parmigiano Regianno)
  • micro red amaryth cress and parsley to garnish
  • 4 red peppers
  • 50ml aged balsamic vinegar
  • 100ml olive oil

Method

In a large, flat-bottomed pan melt 250g of Lakeland Dairies Butter. Add the shallots and braise before stirring in the rice.

Pour in the crab stock, a little at a time, until the rice is half cooked. Remove from the heat.

Place 2 red peppers in the oven with a little olive oil, salt and pepper. When they have blistered all over, remove them from the oven, cool and deseed. Remove skins with a small prep knife and cut into thin strips (equal lengths).

Deseed the remaining 2 red peppers and blend before passing through a fine chinoix or muslin. Discarding the pulp, transfer the juice into a small pan, adding the balsamic vinegar and reduce to a thick consistency. Allow to cool, before whisking in olive oil to make a pepper dressing.

Purée the brown crab meat and pass through chinoix to remove any shell. Set aside.

Pick out the white crab meat, ensuring there are no pieces of shell remaining. Mix together with the brown meat.

Place the remaining 250g Lakeland Dairies Butter into a large pan and add the half-cooked rice mixture. When it is almost cooked, add the Millac Dairy Whipping Cream, Parmesan and crab meat and simmer gently.

Season to taste. Add the rocket and stir until soft.

Serve the risotto as 2 or 3 quenelles in the centre of a suitable bowl.

Arrange slices of red pepper around the risotto and drizzle the red pepper dressing on top before garnishing with the amaryth and parsley.

 

Baked Risotto with Roasted Asparagus@KerrygoldUSA

risotto with asparagus

Risotto. Creamy rice, a splash of wine, a big dollop of butter, and cheese, glorious cheese. What’s not to love about a dish like that? The infernal stirring, that’s what. It’s such a good, restorative, comforting dish, but really, who has the patience? Sure, it can be meditative, standing and stirring with Buddha-like calm as the wine cooks down, and ladle after ladle of broth plumps the rice. But, truly, can you give a handful of rice 30 minutes of unblinking attention while all manner of homework mayhem ignites in the other room? Here’s one way to eliminate the long stand, stir and stare: enlist your oven. Contrary to the stiff-necked (and armed) belief of cranky purists, you can bake a perfectly fine risotto. While it’s not completely stir-less, this method will cut your stove-top workout down to a couple dozen reps. And while the rice, onions and broth happily bake, you’ll have plenty of time and focus to roast asparagus with one hand, and put out homework fires with the other. And honestly, if you slipped a bit to one of those stiff-necked purists I’d bet you good money they’d never know.