Homemade Indian Mixed Grill with Masala Chips

I guess it is a Fakeaway – you can take away the mixed grill but most people like to enjoy them in the pub sizzling on the hot plate! So my husband loves his boys nights with a “mixie” and a pint.. we also enjoy them after a football game from time to time! I had to try and reinvent it at home for us to enjoy… safe to say… we loved it!

We can’t have a mixed grill without masala chips! So the recipe for them is here too! I totally cheated and used oven chips (I hate frying so try to avoid it if I can!)

Mood: in the mood for a sizzling plate of Indian food!

Caramelised Red Onion Sausage Rolls

Who doesn’t love sausage rolls! I love how simple this recipe is, the best way to eat them is when they’re fresh out of the oven.

MOOD: fancy, binge worthy snack!

Beef Wellington & Red Wine Sauce

I LOVE beef wellington! It’s probably one of my favourite things and is perfect for special occasions. I’ve always wanted to give it a go so I decided to use this isolation time to try! For this recipe I had to make a couple of phone calls to my Dad (the chef) to make sure I was doing it correctly, he probably got tired of my voice after the third call (thanks Dad!). It didn’t disappoint and the great thing about this is you can prep it the day before, so if you have other things to cook on the day like I did, it takes some of the stress away! I was terrified that I’d overcook the beef but if you have a big enough piece of meat this shouldn’t really happen. Very proud of this one!

MOOD: Special occasions – date night or dinner parties when you want to impress the hell out of your guests!

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