Recently it has become apparent that most of the meals I eat are vegetable orientated. There are two reasons for this; firstly I have a cornucopia of vegetables in my garden at present and each one needs celebrating in its own way and secondly meat is so expensive.
I can go into Sainsbury's and pick up four chicken breasts for £6. Not the extra special ones, not the organic ones, just the standard ones. My alternative is to go to the farmer's
I needed something slow cooked and full of goodness. Fortunately I had a fridge full of treats from the farmers' market. I had some seriously good braising steak from Challow Hill and a congregation of fantastic veg from the greengrocer.
What you will need
Vegetables of your choice - carrots, swede, onions, leeks, pasnips
Oil and seasoning
Cut up the steaks and roll them in seasoned flour. Fry them
This was so easy and really what you need when you want warming comfort food.
What you will need, to feed four:
2 lamb neck chops, cut in half
3 onions, peeled and cut into wedges
2 parsnips, peeled and cut into four or six depending on the size
6 garlic cloves
Salt and pepper
6-8 small potatoes, cut in half
Stock – I used vegetable
Firstly, when I bought my lamb neck it turned