10 recipes you couldn’t get enough of in June

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10 recipes you couldn't get enough of in June

From a chicken stuffed under it’s skin to magnificent malva pudding, these are the 10 recipes you couldn’t get enough of last month.

10. The one that tastes like nostaglia: dad’s oxtail

Dad's oxtail
Save this one for a Sunday: you’ll need six hours to extract maximum flavour from the ox tail. It’s well worth the wait.
Get the oxtail recipe here.

9. The one that only needs one dish: dhal lentil curry

A simple, wholesome weeknight meal.
Get the dhal lentil curry recipe here.

8. The one that knocked your socks off: lamb shank pie

5 ultimate slow-cooked meals
You rose to the challenge and made one of our favourite dishes: lamb shank pie.
Get the lamb shank pie recipe here.

7. The one that’s cooked directly on the coals: steak with chargrilled spring onion butter

This is great for a weekend away. Remember that wood coals work best for this technique, which is called clinching.
Get the steak recipe here.

6. The one that heroes Clemengolds: sticky Clemengold glazed roast chicken with pumpkin wedges

Get the roast chicken recipe here.

5. The one that satisfied your sweet tooth: baked maas tart with citrus curd

Get the baked maas tart recipe here.

4. The one that is on the cover of the July issue: tagliatelle with smoky tomato sauce

Get the tagliatelle with smoky tomato sauce recipe here.

3. The one that took your tastebuds to Portugal: Coffee pasteis de nata

If you never make meringue because you don’t know what to do with the leftover egg yolks, these custard tarts are the answer – they’re really easy and unbelievably delicious.
Get the recipe here.

2. The one where you stuffed cream cheese under the skin of a chicken: chicken stuffed under the skin

Sure, you’ve stuffed butter under the skin of a chicken. But have you ever tried cream cheese or, better still, Cambazola? Try it and thank us later.
Get the recipe here.

1. The one that stuck to tradition: sticky malva pudding with brandy sauce

Serve this traditional malva pudding hot, with fresh cream, ice cream or vanilla custard.
Get the malva pudding recipe here.

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