Showing posts from February, 2013

Sandro 'Beast' Chicken Wings

Hi everyone, I got on with another blog and thought today would be on Sandro 'The Beast'

As usual I had no response on Twitter lol So instead of doing a dish on his native Brazil I did beast chicken wings....they are 'beast' because I've spiced them up, obviously tone them down it you want? These can be kept in the fridge for three days and taste even better when they are letting the flavours mingle.

Here's the ingredients you'll need....

Preheat the oven to 170 degrees Centigrade

1kg of chicken wings (I have snipped the winglets off, and jointed the remain. Do this to all of them, it's easier to eat and cook.....and please remember to wash your hands and regularly clean down your work board unless you want to be sick!)

4-5 table spoons of All Purpose Seasoning
5 tbsp of Sweet Paprika
3 tbsp of Cayenne Pepper
3 tbsp of Dried Thyme
3 tbsp of Dried Oregano
Salt & Pepper

In a pestle & mortar smash up the dried thyme and oregano to a powder consi…

Brad Friedel 'Cajun Chicken'

Hi all, just had some spare time and thought what better way to spend but by writing another blog.  Want to thank all that has took the time to read my past three blogs and for those who have given feed back. Today's blog is dedicated to one of my favourite goal keepers not to just play for Spurs but all time! I think many of you will agree but for the short time he has been at Spurs this man has sealed himself as a Spurs legend, with his professionalism, team work and dedication! Brad Friedel is getting blogged and I hope you enjoy this weeks recipe. Firstly why Cajun Chicken? I really don't know either! I read he's from Ohio and why do I think that's any where near New Orleans, Louisianan is beyond me!!'s the recipe and I don't want to blow my horn....but it's bl**dy awesome!!  Here's the ingredients you'll need.... Cajun Chicken (Serves 2) 2 medium sized chicken breasts or 4 chicken thighs(Corn fed, free range, normal if …

Paul 'Gazza' Gascoigne Tuna Linguine

Hi all.....

Following a fantastic victory over Lyon, I am on the case again with another blog. This time it's a tribute to one player who is loved by Spurs and will be remembered for a fantastic free kick....nope it's not Gareth Bale yet...this man put one up the Arsenal in the semi final of the 1991 F.A Cup 'Paul Gascoigne'

In tribute to the man I decided to make something as close to Italian 'record British transfer to Lazio' as possible. Is it what they would make in Rome or in that region? I don't know....tweet me @martin_harte what they do eat.

Any way before I give this simple recipe here is a tribute....

OK well this is what you will need....
For 2 people
120 g of linguine (dried) One 130 g tin of Tuna (Try getting the one in spring water or olive oil. And this is quite expensive so get tinned Mackerel if you want) 50 g of cherry tomatoes (quartered) One red chilli finely chopped One glove of garlic finely chopped Olive Oil (Best you can get) Good b…