The Hairy Bikers’ 6 best winter warmers to cook this season

The Hairy Bikers’ 6 best winter warmers to cook this season

Winter is the ideal time to indulge in cozy food, and two people who know a thing or two about food are TV’s Hairy Bikers, with whom we talked about their favorite winter recipes that will help us through the cold winter nights.

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BBC chefs Dave Myers and Si King have traveled all over the world, from Morocco to Sweden, and some of their best winter meals are inspired by their travels.

Influenced by Christmas meat, hearty soups and rich desserts that traditionally keep us happy at this time of year, Hairy Bikers’ winter dishes will definitely warm you up when the cool weather bites.

Foodie fans of Bikers can also hear about their summer recommendations during a cooking-themed cruise around the Norwegian fjords in June. The unsurpassed celeb chef duo will showcase their skills during a lively cooking demo, host a cocktail party and answer all your questions in their own fun style during a Q&A.

To whet your appetite for the cruise and keep you delicious this winter, here are Dave’s six favorite winter warmers.

Chicken or turkey and ham stew

“This is one of our one pot wonders we’ve done on Good morning Great Britain. It’s great for turkey leftovers, but it’s too good to be true only for Christmas, so you can do that with leftover chicken too.

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From The Hairy Bikers’ One Pot Wonders by Si King and Dave Myers, published by Seven Dials in hardback for £ 22

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“It’s like a classic turkey and ham stew in a white cream sauce, but what we’ve done is make it like a crumble, with sage and onion filling. I go back to the days of my fried dinners, the farce. Is it best part of it. “

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Cherry and bourbon ham

“We’ve reinvented the Christmas ham with a cherry bourbon glaze – which works really well all season.”

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Lamb, barley and spring soup

“This is a really good soup, but it’s a whole meal and it’s great for the winter. A classic combination.”

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From The Hairy Bikers’ One Pot Wonders by Si King and Dave Myers, published by Seven Dials in hardback for £ 22

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Sausage stew

“Take the humble sausage casserole to a new level by adding some Worcestershire sauce, some Muscovado sugar, mixed herbs and a little red wine.”

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Black Forest trifle

“We invented the Black Forest trifle. It has all the flavors of the Black Forest-Gateau, but in a trifle, using chocolate cream. You have your kirsch, your cherries, the chocolate cream, the mushroom and the cream.”

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Lentils and kale soup

“We have made a lentil and kale soup, but added a Moroccan element, with some harissa, lemon, lentils and kale. It is based on Harira, the soup Muslims make for Ramadan when they break Lent, and it is a really rich soup … it’s a really good vegetable one. “

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