Sunday brunch would have to be one of my favourite things to do in the weekend (especially at Hello Sunday which has become ‘the’ Christchurch brunch spot) however sometimes the bank balance needs a break and so I have to resort to making my own. Corn fritters have become one of my go to’s and are even excellent the next day to get through the ever busy Monday. This recipe is super easy, it does unfortunately involve a food processor (darn those dishes) but I promise it is worth it to get a more even flavour!
Nat’s pretty handy at making fried chicken but he’s one of those Jamie Oliver cooks that just chucks a bit of this and a bit of that into the dish. Often when he recreates it is slightly different but still tastes amazing. This is a base recipe that you can play around with a wee bit depending on what you have in the pantry.
Sticky Ginger Braised Pork Belly
This recipe has received raving reviews and has been requested to be a regular fixture at our house. It is sticky, sweet and quite moorish. I served with coconut rice and steamed beans but it could also work as more of a stir-fry with a lot more veges.
Teriyaki Chicken on Rice
This recipe is from Daisy Aiken who has started up The Rugby Pantry with a friend. It is said to be her All Black fiances favourite pre game meal. It certainly is a winner and very easy to make. I definitely see this being a regular fixture at our house as well.