Ditch the deep fryer and try a healthy, easy version of fish and chips. This family favourite is ready in less than 30 minutes.
When cooked, this squash separates easily into long strands with a fork, resembling spaghetti. It half acts as its own edible bowl to fill with saucy meatballs or chunky sauce, top with cheese and bake, pasta-style.
Dry-brining is much less complicated than wet-brining since you don’t need a vessel in which to submerge a turkey and keep it cold. It’s turkey magic. This roast also looks spectacular, making it the centrepiece of your table.
This is really three different questions, because the rule of thumb isn’t the same for all types of meat (the meat itself isn’t exactly the same weight, and neither are the bones).
Perfect for brunch or dinner, this eggy, gluten-free frittata swaps its typical pastry base for a crispy potato bottom.