Halogen oven recipes
You can cook anything with a halogen oven
Hopefully by now you are a fully converted halogen oven aficionado and you are taking full advantage of the quicker cooking times and the added convenience that your halogen cooker affords you.
Now it's time to step it up and try out some our fantastic, free recipes for halogen ovens. And if you're still not quite convinced about halogen cookers then the following recipes should change your mind!
Although most people only use their halogen ovens to cook meat, they can be used for so much more, even pasta dishes! So here is one of the simplest and quickest ways to cook spaghetti bolognese – provided you don’t mind your sauce being from a jar! Oh, and make sure you use fresh pasta, this won’t work with the dried stuff! In addition to a halogen oven, you will need… A bowl to cook...Read More
On pretty much every advert for a halogen oven you will see a golden roast chicken, cooked to perfection – and that’s because halogen ovens are probably the best way to cook this versatile bird. Simply follow these instructions to get a perfectly cooked roast chicken to be served however you best like it. In addition to a Halogen oven, you will need… Any additional items needed to...Read More
Pies are one of the UK’s favourite dishes and one of the best takes on it is the classic beef and vegetable pie. Easy to make and delicious to eat, this dish goes equally well with a mixed salad in the summer as it does a plate of winter vegetables and gravy in the winter. In addition to a Halogen oven, you will need… Rolling pin Small pie dishes Large saucepan Frying pan Ingredients For...Read More
A classic roast dinner to please the whole family! Best served with roast potatoes, Yorkshire puddings, vegetables and gravy. Cooking times will vary slightly depending on the size of the joint and on you own personal taste. Serves 4–6 Ingredients: Beef joint 2 tbsp golden syrup 2 tbsp dark brown sugar 4 tbsp horseradish Black pepper 300ml red wine Instructions: Preheat your halogen...Read More
Although it’s not the quickest meal to prepare, this recipe is straightforward and the result is definitely the best Beef Wellington that I’ve tried! Serves 2-4 Beef Wellington Ingredients: 1kg/2lb 2oz piece beef fillet, trimmed 2 tbsp vegetable oil Salt and freshly ground black pepper 2 tbsp English mustard 1 tbsp fresh thyme leaves 1 free-range egg, beaten 2...Read More
Cornish pasties are one of England’s great dishes – but unfortunately, one that is often overlooked in the cookbooks and has become a staple of the many high street bakers. So follow this recipe for a great traditional cornish pasty, filled with meat and vegetables, and serve with beans or eat on its own. In addition to a Halogen oven, you will need… Rolling pin Small pie...Read More