Really simple recipe to make a lovely loaf of bread all in your stand mixer. I probably could have done with an longer prove to make it lighter and a bit more salt would have added more flavour, but I’ll be making this again!
I wasn’t sure about the combo of feta and prawns, but this was delicious. I probably over reduced everything slightly so leave it looser next time, but still the flavours were great. My wife doesn’t like fennel seeds so I swapped these out for cumin seeds and it worked fine.
Really quick and easy recipe – though I forgot the bean-sprouts which would have been nice. The recipe has what you’d expect with garlic, chilli and ginger, curry powder and turmeric. The sauce is made up of stock and coconut oil, all bound around noodles.
You can get the recipe of Chris Baber’s Instagram.
Look at the rise on those babies! So the chicken recipe was nothing groundbreaking as it was from the basics section from ‘How to Eat’. A lemon up the jacksy, oiled and seasoned. The lemon flavours a lighter gravy. The Yorkies however were a revelation. Just look how they rose!
I’ve recently discovered Sam the Cooking Guy on YouTube. A Canadian born cook from Sean Diego who loves delicious, knock out food. The
This is like many Italian-American recipes, the Nonnas of Italy would turn in their graves but you have to accept this is delicious. The recipe calls for Italian sausage which is common in America and oddly hard to come by in England. I used a chorizo flavoured sausage.
The hero part of this recipe is the panco x bacon topping. Try this and tell me you don’t want it on all your pastas forever.
This was a nice recipe though wasn’t the best meatballs I’ve ever had. The recipe is very classic but they still tasted a tad dry despite following the recipe exactly. The sauce is nice, very tomatoey with a hit of basil. What is good is that you get enough meatballs and sauce to have plenty of pasta for lunch for a couple days!