Waitrose Recipes

  • By: kim
  • Date: September 27, 2018
  • Time to read: 2 min.

I recently received a Waitrose 10% off every time you shop card through the post. I have had a look at the Waitrose website to see if there would be anything that would be worth buying when the 10% discount is taking into account. As I was browsing I noticed Waitrose have a section on recipes on their website.

I thought I would have a good look through at what is available on the Waitrose recipes section I found quite a few recipes that would be suitable for low carb/paleo/gluten-free diets. Also, they have an excellent section on the site called Waitrose Recipes of the Month, always worth looking at.

Delia and Heston on the Waitrose Recipes Website

Waitrose has brought in two famous names in the UK cooking business, namely, Delia Smith and Heston Blumenthal called Delia & Heston. They both a number of their favorites recipes on the website. The best for us is the recipe by Delia for Hung Shao Pork, this is a delicious looking pork belly recipe in a Chinese style. it certainly a recipe I’m going to try out soon.

Link to Hung Shao Pork Recipe

Waitrose Recipes Website – Recipe of the Month

Looking around through some of the other recipe sections I found the Recipe of the Month section. As luck would have it there is a great recipe for October.

Veal Escalopes with Porcini Mushrooms

Other recipes I would definitely be tempted to try out are the following.

Lamb Steaks with Mint Bearnaise Sauce

Watercress and Cream Cheese Stuffed Chicken

Ginger and Lemon Grilled Pears – note substitute the sugar for honey.

Overall the website is a great resource, for low-carb, gluten-free and primal eating. I would certainly recommend spending a few minutes looking around the Waitrose Recipes website. I am certainly going to try out some of their recipes in the near future.

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