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  • Stock - Meat or Vegetable

    Meat stocks I tend to keep very simple so that I can have the greatest freedom of flavour when using The different flavour notes of the fresh stock on the stove have prompted a few meals recently, as when Method: For meat stock: Boil bones in water for 1-2 hours until they have given up their flavour. If there was still meat on the bone, you can pick it off the bones and leave it in the stock.

  • Broccoli and Jambon Cru Tart

    Bake at 180°C for about 30 minutes, until the cheese is melted, the broccoli is cooked and even beginning

  • Black Pudding and Pumpkin Pie

    , melt the lard. It didn't come out as I had imagined it, with chunks of meat, and gravy.

  • Carrot and Ginger Salad

    We had leftover Broccoli and Fennel Tart for lunch, but not enough of it for a whole meal. It could just as easily be served over rice or couscous or something and become a more substantial meal though, or even have chunks of meat added to it to make it a main. nigella seeds 1/2 - tsp Aloha Chilli Spiced Cacao 1 tsp white sesame seeds 1 tsp black sesame seeds 1) Heat

  • Cornbread Loaf

    As mentioned in Day 2 of The Challenge I grew up with cornbread. It is a comfort food, a good staple. Usually it was a breakfast food, served in bread or muffin form with eggs and jams. Sometimes my father baked in pieces of bacon. For years though, that was all it was, until I started cooking for myself. Then gradually other things made it in, like cheese or jalapeños. I started baking it over chilli and experimenting with it in different ways. This loaf is one of those ways. It is endlessly versatile. This time I put in brocoli and spinach because I had them on hand, other times it is other vegetables. I find that feta works well as the cheese, but so do others. The red curry paste was because I had some in the fridge and it felt like the right palette. Quick, easy, adjustable to whatever tastes, cravings or stores you have, and super tasty. Ingredients: 1 cup flour 1 cup cornmeal 1/4 cup sugar 2 tsp baking powder 1/4 cup vegetable oil 1 cup milk 1 egg 2 tsp red curry paste 2 tbsp jalapeños 1 onion, diced 6 sundried tomato halves, sliced 1/2 suçuk or other spiced sausage, in chunks 1 red chilli, sliced 1 handful of spinach, wilted 1/4 head of broccoli 1 disk of feta, cubed/crumbled 1) Preheat oven to 220°C. Combine dry ingredients, then add wet, stirring just enough to mix. 2) Add all other ingredients, reserving half the feta. 3) Prepare a loaf pan, and pour in the batter. Sprinkle the reserved feta over the top. 4) Bake for 45 minutes or until golden brown on top and a knife comes out clean. Serve as is, as a main or a side, with or without sauces or spreads. On Day 2 we had it as a main with different sauces. My husband liked it best with BBQ sauce, I preferred it with whole grain mustard. Butter, mayo and hot sauces worked too. Take your pick and enjoy!

  • Easy Paella

    most about cooking, the sharing and exchange of ideas, knowledge and creativity, followed by a shared meal 2 tsp turmeric powder 10 strands of saffron, re-hydrated 1 c peas 400g shrimp Juice of one lemon 1) Heat

  • Mango, Coconut and Chicken Curry

    2 tsp cinnamon 2 tsp cumin 2 c chicken stock Salt to taste rice to serve Dried coconut to serve 1) Heat I have to say that since trying to tone down the heat of food for Little Bit's benefit, I have come to I added a little of my dad's home made Scotch Bonnet hot sauce to this, but don't over-do it on the heat

  • Tomato Ketchup

    , crushed 1 tbsp dried oregano 2 1/2 tbsp sugar 3 tbsp red wine vinegar Salt and pepper to taste 1) Heat garlic powder 2 1/2 tbsp sugar 3 tbsp red wine vinegar 1 tbsp dried oregano Salt and pepper to taste 1) Heat tbsp red wine vinegar 1 1/2 tbsp apple cider vinegar 1 tbsp dried oregano Salt and pepper to taste 1) Heat wine vinegar 1 tbsp dried oregano 1 tsp (or more) tandoori powder/paprika Salt and pepper to taste 1) Heat And in the mean time, don't hesitate if you have questions, suggestions or ideas!

  • Turkey Cream Pasta

    I received Salt Fat Acid Heat for Christmas and read through the food science part. I was very interested in the effects of salt on the breakdown of the muscle fibres for meat tenderising I have never had such succulent white meat a week later for sandwiches!) time, melt the butter in a frying pan. Cook on medium low heat, stirring almost constantly.

  • Chanterelles Spätzli

    wilted 500 g spätzli 1 c mozzarella, grated 1 tsp thyme Salt and pepper to taste sour cream to dollop 1) Heat Mix well. 2) Place in a preheated oven at 180°C until the tops are crispy and the cheese is melted.

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