Posts tagged: Cooking with Honey

Lamb curry ‘shepherds pie’ & Isle of Purbeck

Lamb curry ‘shepherds pie’ & Isle of Purbeck

This Travels in Honey recipe includes two options in one; a curry and a potato-topped pie, and also finds a thread between a British classic and classic Sri Lankan flavours. Honey is the balancing factor here, a touch of unrefined sweetness which highlights the umami and savoury notes by virtue of being different. A delicious Spring recipe... lamb is in season and pairs so well with spices and sweet potato.

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Travels in Honey: Slow cooked Chicken with Mango

Travels in Honey: Slow cooked Chicken with Mango

Our Travels in Honey continues with Slow cooked Chicken with Mango. A recipe that operates on the same delicious premise say that lamb and apricots do, or sausages and apples, beef and quince. All of these are marriages of sweet and savoury brought together in a truly melting texture that binds the distinct flavours together.

Same for chicken and mango, here, the Ginger and Turmeric Honey not only helps render the juices particularly syrupy (just the kind to mop up with some bread) but draws out the rich amber hues of the dish.

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Travels in Honey: Persimmon Pickle with Salisbury Honey

Travels in Honey: Persimmon Pickle with Salisbury Honey

This recipe is a showcase in the beauty of natural sugar. Persimmons are naturally sweet and so this pickle only needs a few spoonfuls of our Salisbury honey to help it along and no refined sugars in the mix at all! The fruits are high in essential potassium and beta carotene, and antioxidants that help support keen vision and mental agility so, when put together with honey’s magical properties, we say keep a jar in the fridge and serve it up alongside plain rice, alongside cheeses, as a dip whenever you’re needing a healthy boost.

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TRAVELS IN HONEY: Greens 'Gomaae' with Borage Honey

TRAVELS IN HONEY: Greens 'Gomaae' with Borage Honey

Our series ‘Travels with Honey’ continues, showing honey’s versatility across a spectrum of cultures and cuisines. This weeks recipe shows how to shake up our winter greens using our delicate Borage Honey in a recipe with origins in the Japanese side-dish ‘goma-ae’ which means simply ‘sesame sauce’.

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Raw Chocolate, Hazelnut & Honey Truffles

Raw Chocolate, Hazelnut & Honey Truffles

We all express love in different ways, but in this age of consumerism when it's easy to buy something, cooking treats for your loved ones is a sure way to show that you care.

We love this delicious recipe for raw chocolate & honey truffles, it is both indulgent and yet packed with nutritious ingredients and sweetened only with natural honey and dates.

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