Showing posts with label Iceland Frozen Food. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Iceland Frozen Food. Show all posts

Saturday, 14 May 2016

Get BBQ Ready with Iceland Foods

Oh my, the great British weather has once again tried to fool us again this week.  From horrid rain and hail to brilliant sunshine and dare I say it - hot even!  But the one thing we all love to do on the relatively few and sometimes far between nice sunny days is to have a BBQ.

Now that's all very well and dandy but who on earth wants to have to rush out to buy burgers and kebabs and stuff when you realise the weather forecast is actually wrong and you could have a BBQ -if only you had thought about it beforehand.  After all, if you have to go out shopping for food by the time you get back you've missed the best of the sun!

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So I was really pleased to have been set another Iceland Foods #PowerofFrozen challenge which was to see if I could be BBQ ready for whenever the weather was next looking good.

With my freezer stocked up with frozen and ready to cook goodies from the truly brilliant range of BBQ foods available from our local Iceland I was all set to BBQ and that day came sooner than the weatherman predicted.  I'm not just saying it, pop down to your local Iceland Food store and I think you'll be pleasantly surprised of the quality upmarket range they now have.

You can believe me or not but, on Thursday I'd done a days work 6am till 2pm and the weather had turned out to be gorgeous.  So without having to go shopping (it would have been too late if I'd had to do that) I conjured up this array of delicious BBQ food from Iceland.

I found out we hadn't got any briquettes in the garage needed for the BBQ - oh bother, I'm thinking (or words to that effect) please don't make me have to now pop out after all.  But fear not this wasn't a problem because all the food I'd bought is not only cooked from frozen but can also be cooked in the oven too which is what I did......Happy me yay!




Here's a photo of all the food in my freezer I had in readiness for a sunny BBQ kind of day.  I already had Brioche Burger Buns which I forgot to photograph by the way.  The burger buns are pre-sliced making everything so very easy.

Now that's not all folks; for my next trick I even managed to make a 10 Minute Sweetcorn and Pepper Burger Relish to go on the burgers - check me out.  Again made from (yes you guessed it) ready prepared frozen ingredients.

Monday, 9 May 2016

Spicy Beef and Bean Feast - No Chopping or Weighing Recipe

Frozen food is a life saver for those busy days when you just don't have time to cook.  With the family patiently waiting for dinner to be on the table it's brilliant to be able to open the freezer and gather a few simple ingredients together.  Along with a few store cupboard bits and bobs you can produce a tasty and filling quality meal in under 30 minutes - and that's from start to finish!

I hear you saying 'Under 30 minutes; yeah right, with all that chopping involved'??  But it's true, and whats more there's no need for a knife or kitchen scales anywhere in my amazingly simple and easy recipe.  No peeling, chopping or weighing ingredients!



Having been asked to take part in the #PowerofFrozen campaign by Iceland Foods I took on their 'Cut the Hassle' recipe challenge and I came up this Spicy Beef & Bean Feast.

By using frozen food products that can be cooked straight from the freezer.  There's none of the tedious peeling chopping since it's been done for you!  Frozen food is not only convenient, but can actually save you money too; since you only use what you need from the packet and then just pop the rest back into the freezer.



My Spicy Beef can also be easily turned into a quick Chilli con Carne just by serving with rice instead of tortillas.  Of course the amount of spiciness depends on your taste, you can add more or less chilli, it's entirely up to you.

Saturday, 26 March 2016

Super Quick Meatballs with Sweet Peppers and Pasta

I love my freezer as I know that if I'm stuck for time there's always something in there enabling me to rustle up a quick dinner after a busy day.  With a little cheating by using frozen ready prepared veggies and a couple of store cupboard ingredients, my Super Quick Meatballs with Sweet Peppers and Pasta can be on the table in just under 30 minutes.  But more importantly, it's super tasty too.

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I have to admit I never used to venture into Iceland until they moved it to a more convenient location within our town center; and to be honest I still only popped in now and then.  When I was asked to create a recipe for their #PowerofFrozen campaign I had a proper good look and I hadn't realised what an absolutely fantastic range of frozen foods they now stock.