month : 09/2018 106 results

One-tray bake

“So easy – chuck everything in one tray, then bung it in the oven. ”

Sorta salmon niçoise

2 x 120 g salmon fillets ...

Tapas feast: tortilla, glazed chorizo, Manchego cheese, cured meats & honey, stuffed peppers, rolled anchovies

“Tapas is food made for sharing and this little lot will really impress when mates come round ”

Croustade (apple tart)

“This is a Gascon apple pie, and the amazing crust is so unbelievably thin that locals call it a ‘wedding veil’ or ‘nun’s veil’. This spectacular pie keeps well for a day, or even two, and can be reheated. ”

Baechu kimchi

“When I was little, I used to watch my mum make kimchi. Stood over a sink, elbow-deep in the kimchi ‘glue’, she would rub the mixture into the cabbage before tearing off a bit of one of the spicy leaves to feed me. One bit was never enough, and I’d always sneak some more until she’d give in and we’d enjoy a pile of the newly made kimchi with a steaming bowl of rice. Kimchi at this stage is very different to what you might be familiar with – it’s fresh and crisp, like a spicy salad, and is deliciously addictive in its own right. If you have the patience to give it a few weeks though, the kimchi will develop its characteristic tangy flavour through fermentation, and it is at this stage that it makes a great base for cooking with. ”

Dairy-free coconut cheesecake

“With a gorgeous nutty base, sweet coconut & vanilla topping and a strawberry drizzle, this is incredible! ”

Smoked salmon and scrambled eggs

“A classic breakfast treat sure to get you a smile – smoked salmon and silky scrambled eggs. ”

Steak & salsa verde

“To make a really authentic, full-of-flavour salsa verde, chop up all those lovely herbs by hand. ”

Causa croquettes

“These deep-fried Peruvian croquettes are perfect for parties ”