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WIN a fab barbecue and field&flower barbecue pack

Win a barbecue box from field&flower

We have teamed up with field&flower to give-away a fabulous barbecue box and Texas Oil Drum Charcoal Barbecue.

The field&flower Barbecue Box contains:
  • 8 field&flower Burgers
  • 6 Premium Pork, Sage & Black Pepper Sausages
  • 6 Premium Chicken, Lemon, Garlic & Thyme Sausages
  • 2 Hoisin Marinated Pork Belly Strips
  • 2 Harissa Marinated Bavette Steak
  • 2 Chipotle Marinated Chicken Mini Fillets
  • 2 Lamb Skewers, Thyme Marinated
This fab charcoal barbecue has the following features:
  • Can cook up to 20 burgers at a time
  • Has a steel hood; ideal for roasting and baking
  • With a porcelain steel wire cooking grill with sliding function
  • Chrome plated warming rack
  • Wheels for easy moving
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The perfect package to enjoy a balmy evening in the garden.
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School Holiday Recipe of the Week

Pork & Apple Burger

Keeping everyone entertained during the school holidays is a challenge.

But the activity that brings us all together – young and old – is cooking. This burger recipe is really simple and really tasty too.

Pork & Apple Burgers

RECIPE

 


 

Buy Quick After-Work cookbookThe recipe is taken from our FAB Quick After-Work cookbook

It has a whole chapter on Children’s Teas, with simple ideas for foods they’ll love to make and eat.

The Quick After-Work Cookbook features easy, speedy recipes and big satisfying flavours that just hit the spot! Gorgeous midweek meals that are easy to fit into your busy lifestyle.

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Win field&flower bbq box

Win a field&flower Barbecue Box plus a charcoal barbecue

You could barbecue the Pork & Apple Burgers plus the delicious free-range products in the Barbecue Box on this fabulous new barbecue.

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Chicken Satay with Indonesian-style Salad

Us Brits love a good barbecue don’t we?

As soon as the sun peeps from behind the clouds we dash off for supplies and the scent of burning charcoal drifts across the land.  

This relaxed, informal way of eating is a great way to unwind and enjoy the company of good friends, but it needn’t be boring beef burgers – jazz up your barbie with some Dairy Diary favourites.

Try this Chicken Satay recipe and then click over to Top Six Barbecue Favourites. at https://dairydiarychat.co.uk/2014/07/21/top-five-barbecue-favourites/

Chicken Satay with Indonesian-style Salad

  • Servings: 4
  • Difficulty: easy
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Calories 325 per portion
Fat 13.6g (7.5g sat) per portion

Ingredients

  • Skinless chicken breasts 4 large, cut into strips about 1cm (½in) thick
  • Peanut or satay cooking sauce 150-200g (5-7oz)
  • Coconut milk 175ml (6fl oz)
  • Lime 1, grated zest and juice of ½ and the rest cut into wedges
  • Mixed vegetable stir-fry 350g pack

Instructions

  1. Toss the chicken strips in half of the peanut cooking sauce in a bowl and set aside to marinate for 10 minutes.
  2. Meanwhile, soak 12 medium-length wooden skewers in hot water. Preheat the grill to hot and line a baking tray with foil.
  3. Thread the chicken onto the drained skewers (2–3 strips on each) and lay on the tray. Grill for 8–10 minutes, turning halfway, until lightly charred and cooked through.
  4. Meanwhile, put the remaining peanut cooking sauce in a saucepan with the coconut milk and lime zest. Place over a medium heat and simmer for 5 minutes. Then stir in the lime juice and set aside to cool and thicken slightly.
  5. Divide the uncooked mixed vegetable stir-fry between four bowls and serve alongside the chicken satay skewers and lime wedges. Drizzle some warm peanut sauce over each salad and serve the rest in bowls for dipping the satay in.
  6. Some supermarkets sell a 165ml mini can of coconut milk, which is ideal for this recipe. Otherwise, use part of a can and use the rest with Thai curry paste for another meal.

 

 

Must-do Ideas for Eating Out on a Budget and Top Three Foods for National Picnic Week

Must-do Ideas for Eating Out on a Budget

How many of us have paid a small fortune for a mediocre meal in a café or restaurant?

My tipping point came after paying £50 for an ordinary Saturday lunch in a local pub (and the girls only had garlic bread and juice!)

‘Never again’….I said…..’in future meals
out are for special occasions only’.

Rather than have to dash home to eat every time we want a day out, the plan is to eat well but spend less and here’s how……

My top 3 tips for eating out on a budget:

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