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Quirki Chilli ’s versatility lends itself to 1000’s of dishes from all of the cuisine genres. Whether you are a confident cook or not, in a rush or have the time on your hands to create a delightful meal, Quirki Chilli will be your culinary friend 🙂

Pasta, stroganoffs, vegetarian, bbq’s, seafood, curry’s, picnics, soups, stir fry’s, pizza, vegan, stews, pizza, tapas, Caribbean, roasts, salads, Mexican, omelets, bakes………

The possibilities are practically endless.

Parma Ham Puff Pastry Twists

King Prawn Alfredo

Shop Bought.

Marks and Spencer do some fine ready made meals which is a great help to the pace of life some of us have to lead.

QC is a superb addition to most shop bought meals.

If you can then stir some in before it goes in the oven, no worries if you can’t as it is just as good stirred through once the meal is cooked.

Parma Ham Puff Pastry Twists

Roast Chicken

Stuffed with Orange & Herbs.

In a small bowl add 25g of soft butter along with 1/2tsp of QC to make a rub. In a larger bowl add some cut up oranges, 1tbsp of mixed herbs and 1/2tsp of QC.

Remove the string from the room temperature chicken, smother it with the rub and stuff it with the oranges. Get your oven on full whack, put the chicken in and after 15mins reduce it to 170 (fan) and cook accordingly to the chickens weight.

Serve with salad and roast potatoes or chips, this is lovely all year round.

Parma Ham Puff Pastry Twists

Marinated Steak & Chips

Teriyaki & QC

QC & Teriyaki are a great combination whether you are wishing to marinade red meat, chicken or fish

Before you pop for a pint cut a sirloin steak into strips and put them in a bowl. Add 1/2tsp of QC, a few splashes of Teriyaki, black pepper and mix well. Cover and leave it out of the fridge for 1/2hr+.

Ten mins before your chips are done in a very hot wok flash fry the steak at full heat for 2mins, set aside to rest. Once the chips are done run them through through the wok with the rested steak and serve.

Parma Ham Puff Pastry Twists

Slow Pork Belly

Slow Cooker Recipe

Make a rub using 2tbsp of lemon, fish sauce, soy sauce (or teriyaki) and 2tsp of QC. Lay the Pork Belly out and score the meat side with a sharp knife.  Smother the cut pork with the rub.

Slice a red onion and lay it in the slow cooker, sprinkle with ground pepper. Cut the pork into large chunks and add on top of the onion. Cook on high for six hours, slice a pepper and add to the cooker for a final hour.  Serve with rice.

Parma Ham Puff Pastry Twists

Bangers & Mash

With Quirki Chilli Gravy

Whilst the sausages are in the oven finely chop an onion. In a deep based frying pan melt 25g of butter, once melted add the onion. Once softened add half a glass of red wine, turn up the heat and allow the alcohol to evaporate. Meanwhile follow the instructions on the gravy pack. Add to the frying pan, season and give it a stir.

Pour over  a tower of creamy mash and your favourite sausages.

This gravy will support many different dishes.

Parma Ham Puff Pastry Twists

Lasagna

Family Classic

Dry fry cubes of pancetta in a large oven proof pan, remove leave to one side. Fry one finely chopped onion, stick of celery, two cloves of garlic and one carrot in the same pan. Add 500g mince beef  500g of minced pork and brown, return the pancetta.

Add 500ml of passata, one tin of tomatoes, two glasses of red wine and bring to the boil. Season and reduce to a simmer, oven 150 degrees for 2hrs. Peel and chop into 1cm discs of a butternut squash, rub with olive oil and QC and roast for 45mins.

Using fresh lasagna sheets lay them in a buttered dish, 1st layer is the butternut squash, pasta sheet, 2nd layer white sauce (creme fresh & cheese) meat, repeat then in the  for oven for 20mins.

Mains

Quirki Chilli ’s versatility lends itself to 1000’s of dishes from all of the cuisine genres. Whether you are a confident cook or not, in a rush or have the time on your hands to create a delightful meal, Quirki Chilli will be your culinary friend 🙂

Pasta, stroganoffs, vegetarian, bbq’s, seafood, curry’s, picnics, soups, stir fry’s, pizza, vegan, stews, pizza, tapas, Caribbean, roasts, salads, Mexican, omelets, bakes………

The possibilities are practically endless.

Parma Ham Puff Pastry Twists

King Prawn Alfredo

Shop Bought.

Marks and Spencer do some fine ready made meals which is a great help to the pace of life some of us have to lead.

QC is a superb addition to most shop bought meals.

If you can then stir some in before it goes in the oven, no worries if you can’t as it is just as good stirred through once the meal is cooked.

Parma Ham Puff Pastry Twists

Roast Chicken

Stuffed with Orange & Herbs.

In a small bowl add 25g of soft butter along with 1/2tsp of QC to make a rub. In a larger bowl add some cut up oranges, 1tbsp of mixed herbs and 1/2tsp of QC.

Remove the string from the room temperature chicken, smother it with the rub and stuff it with the oranges. Get your oven on full whack, put the chicken in and after 15mins reduce it to 170 (fan) and cook accordingly to the chickens weight.

Serve with salad and roast potatoes or chips, this is lovely all year round.

Parma Ham Puff Pastry Twists

Marinated Steak & Chips

Teriyaki & QC

QC & Teriyaki are a great combination whether you are wishing to marinade red meat, chicken or fish

Before you pop for a pint cut a sirloin steak into strips and put them in a bowl. Add 1/2tsp of QC, a few splashes of Teriyaki, black pepper and mix well. Cover and leave it out of the fridge for 1/2hr+.

Ten mins before your chips are done in a very hot wok flash fry the steak at full heat for 2mins, set aside to rest. Once the chips are done run them through through the wok with the rested steak and serve.

Parma Ham Puff Pastry Twists

Slow Pork Belly

Slow Cooker Recipe

Make a rub using 2tbsp of lemon, fish sauce, soy sauce (or teriyaki) and 2tsp of QC. Lay the Pork Belly out and score the meat side with a sharp knife.  Smother the cut pork with the rub.

Slice a red onion and lay it in the slow cooker, sprinkle with ground pepper. Cut the pork into large chunks and add on top of the onion. Cook on high for six hours, slice a pepper and add to the cooker for a final hour.  Serve with rice.

Parma Ham Puff Pastry Twists

Bangers & Mash

With Quirki Chilli Gravy

Whilst the sausages are in the oven finely chop an onion. In a deep based frying pan melt 25g of butter, once melted add the onion. Once softened add half a glass of red wine, turn up the heat and allow the alcohol to evaporate. Meanwhile follow the instructions on the gravy pack. Add to the frying pan, season and give it a stir.

Pour over  a tower of creamy mash and your favourite sausages.

This gravy will support many different dishes.

Parma Ham Puff Pastry Twists

Lasagna

Family Classic

Dry fry cubes of pancetta in a large oven proof pan, remove leave to one side. Fry one finely chopped onion, stick of celery, two cloves of garlic and one carrot in the same pan. Add 500g mince beef  500g of minced pork and brown, return the pancetta.

Add 500ml of passata, one tin of tomatoes, two glasses of red wine and bring to the boil. Season and reduce to a simmer, oven 150 degrees for 2hrs. Peel and chop into 1cm discs of a butternut squash, rub with olive oil and QC and roast for 45mins.

Using fresh lasagna sheets lay them in a buttered dish, 1st layer is the butternut squash, pasta sheet, 2nd layer white sauce (creme fresh & cheese) meat, repeat then in the  for oven for 20mins.

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