Angry duck, also referred to as Chongqing spicy duck, is a beloved dish originating from Sichuan province, renowned for its fiery and numbing taste sensations. This dish showcases succulent duck meat stir-fried alongside a harmonious medley of dried red chilies, Sichuan peppercorns, garlic, ginger, and a melange of fragrant spices, creating a captivating flavor experience.
Ragù is an Italian meat-based sauce normally served with pasta. For the meat, I chose duck breasts and as for the pasta, I decided on pappardelle which is a large, very broad and flat pasta. The “ruggedness” of the pappardelle goes very well with the peasant-style ragù. To spruce things up a bit, I added aubergine and fava (broad) beans.
The word cacciatore is the Italian word for hunter. Chicken cacciatore got its name from the rustic, “hunter-style” way this dish is prepared. Numerous versions exists all over Italy, from the southern region using red wine as opposed to the northern region which tend to use white wine instead. To compliment the rustic nature of this dish, we served it with sourdough bread with molasses and sunflower seeds.
A recent heat wave in Cape Town had us running around looking for a dish that would suite summer. I stumbled upon a sausage and pasta dish on YouTube by Jamie Oliver and decided to give it try with some modifications.
So what constitutes the perfect steak sandwich ? I take a look at some of the main criteria which for me contributes to a good steak sandwich and which should be kept in mind when preparing one.
We recently got our hands on some eland steaks and decided to make some venison schnitzel and prego rolls.