MOB's Top 10 Winter Warmer Recipes
Leek And Pancetta Risotto
Risottos are a staple of any winter warmer recipe list. Silky leeks and crispy, savoury pancetta are the only flavours you need in this creamy one. Top tip for this recipe: never put oil into the pan when you're frying pancetta as it releases its own fat.
The Almighty MOB Chicken Pie
The tarragon in this pie makes it an absolute winner. Serve it up with a big dollop of English mustard. You will not regret it. A hearty pie is the perfect warming food for those cold winter nights.
The Ultimate Lasagna
In our lasagna, we tenderise our ragu with milk and simmer it over a low heat for a couple of hours for the best results. Use the deepest dish you have to get the most layers possible.
‘Nduja And Manchego Sausage Rolls
No snack says winter warmer quite like a sausage roll. Adding spicy ‘nduja and gooey manchego cheese to the mix elevates the humble pastry to new planes.
Chorizo Mac And Cheese
Even mac and cheese purists won’t be able to resist this winter warmer. The spicy smokiness of the chorizo is just beautiful. It's an ingredient we love at MOB and one that just improves every meal.
Selasi Gbormittah came to the studio to make us a banging plate of jollof rice topped with crispy, herby chicken and plantain, and made it one of our favourite comfort foods of all. It's perfect for the winter months.
Creamy Halloumi Curry
We know it’s not conventional, but we think halloumi in a curry works an absolute charm. The salty, fattiness goes so well in a spicy sauce. Make sure you brown off the halloumi before adding the spices. Give it a go MOB. It's a beautiful winter warmer dish.
Broccoli And Saint Agur Soup
No winter warmer collection would be complete without a soup and this one is an undisputed classic. We bring you a double cheese situation - to add a creamy goodness to our soup and melted on croutons for a savoury hit.
Thai Green Chicken Curry
Our take on the fragrant Thai green curry will blow you away. Curries are one of the great comfort foods and this one is a classic. You can add more or less chillis depending on how spicy you like it.
Chickpea Stew With ‘Nduja And Manchego Toast
We took the humble chickpea and transformed it into a rich, hearty stew full of fresh ingredients. We love serving it with spicy, cheesy toast to get a bit of crunch in there.