Jaison's Recipes

 

Jaison's Porcini Bread by chef/owner Pete Brennan

Jaison's Porcini Bread by chef/owner Pete Brennan

This is a recipe given to me by my mate Pete Brennan chef/owner of the fabulous Porcini Restaurant at Helensville near Auckland. Pete is very true to the concept of Local, pretty much all of his ingredients he sources locally, some he even grows himself. Watch out for when his black figs are in season, what a dessert they make!! The Restaurant is intimate and informal with an Italian... > Read more

Jaison's Steak with Blue Cheese Sauce

Jaison's Steak with Blue Cheese Sauce

Jaison’s Steak and Blue Cheese Sauce This is a great sauce to have with steak, very tasty and it is quite simple to make. Ingredients for a 4 steak sauce Steaks of your choice 200ml cream 100ml Beef stock 50gram blue cheese 2 medium potatoes 1 carrot 25grams butter or Duck fat... > Read more

Jaison's Pizza Dough Recipe (for the home oven)

Jaison's Pizza Dough Recipe (for the home oven)

Jaison’s Pizza Dough Recipe (for the home oven) Ingredients •    3 3/4 cups of High grade flour •    1.5 teaspoons of salt •    1 tablespoon of sugar •    2... > Read more

The Pruners Potato and Cheddar Soup

The Pruners Potato and Cheddar Soup

The Pruners Potato and Cheddar Soup This is a great recipe I picked up from Wilcox Potatoes at the Field Days. Just what you need to warm you up after pruning grapevines in the winter cold. Ingredients. 500g potatoes, peeled, roughly chopped. 25g unsalted butter. 1 medium sized onion,... > Read more

Jaison's Chicken liver, red wine and walnut pate`

Jaison's Chicken liver, red wine and walnut pate`

Jaison’s Chicken Liver, Red Wine and Walnut Pate` Ingredients · 350g or 2 x 200g pots of chicken livers. · 150ml red wine, P’06 is great · 1 sprig of thyme · 1 bay leaf · 25g unsalted butter · 2 tablespoons of olive oil · 1... > Read more

Jaison's Chardonnay Roast Chicken Recipe

Jaison's Chardonnay Roast Chicken Recipe

Jaison’s Chardonnay Roast Chicken. Very Easy, Never Fails. If you have never cooked, try this. Get yourself an old time roasting dish, with a lid. You can pick them up at the Op Shop for a few bucks, or you can cover an ordinary roasting dish with some aluminum foil. Put a couple of... > Read more