This easy Italian-style chicken tomato casserole with leek, parsley and olives is a definite crowd pleaser. Cook in the Billyboil for multiple hours for extra tender juicy chicken.
With Billyboil you can keep this amazing winter drink warm in between glasses. Fantastic for Christmas in July.
Here at Billyboil we’re all about efficiency. Making your own stock from saved vegetable scraps is a great way to reduce food waste. And using Billyboil will save you loads of energy in the process.
These little balls of dough add that extra oomph to your favourite stew or soup.
This is such a delicious, quick and easy meal. Other recipes require using multiple pans or stirring the risotto constantly to avoid burning or boiling over. Not with Billyboil! The hardest part is chopping up ingredients.
This is one of those Billyboil recipes that can be made in the morning and enjoyed at dinnertime. The longer you leave the curry to cook, the more tender the ingredients and more developed the flavours will be.
This is a beautiful, nutritious soup the whole family will enjoy. There is no set recipe for traditional Italian minestrone, so fell free to mix it up with whatever vegetables are in season.
“It is the sort of dish that has magnetic attraction to white clothing. But the meat was cooked beautifully, it was lovely and tender but not dry and the tomato flavours had the time to fully develop.” – Shrinking Single.
The Billyboil is particularly handy in this recipe. Once you’ve cooked the bean mix, you can leave it aside while you can prepare the other ingredients, without fear of anything boiling over or getting cold.
An easy winter warmer the whole family will enjoy.
“Bubble, bubble, pasta pot,
Boil me some pasta, nice and hot,
I’m hungry and it’s time to sup,
Boil enough pasta to fill me up.”
Rice is nice. And with Billyboil, cooking it couldn’t be simpler.
Mash Potato: a classic side dish and the essential element for Shepherd’s Pie.