Winter warmers – fave teas for a chilly day

Slow cooked oxtail hotpot

A little while ago, the Western Mail did a round up of Welsh food bloggers and the writer of that feature suggested that I share some stews and hotpots. So here they are.

Even though it’s the start of new year there’s plenty of winter left so it’s not a bad time to be trying out a few slow-cooked warmers.

Turkey and ham pie

A good way to use up leftovers and a great Sunday dish

Slow-cooked beef and mushroom hotpot (pictured above)

This take hours but the depth of flavour is well worth it

Coq au vin (pictured below)

My favourite recipe ever – a classic rich chicken casserole

Cheats’ chicken casserole

Simple but very quick and tasty – creamy chicken and mushroom casserole

Giant filled Yorkshire puddings

One of the most popular posts on easyteas and a midweek fave of mine

Southwestern-style pulled beef brisket

These slow-roasted cheaper cuts in BBQ style were my favourite food discovery last year

Chinese slow-cooked oxtail

Another 2012 find for me – oxtails are brilliantly flavoursome when cooked really slowly

coq2

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