This is a really easy cake to make and the results are great, as long as you stick to the recipe. Once, I added more carrots to make it ‘even better’ but all I got was an inedible gooey mess – I guess the mixture was too heavy to rise properly. Three medium carrots is
French classic, also known as hunter’s chicken, in a tangy tomato sauce. Freezes well and makes a great mid-week dinner or lunch. Chicken Chasseur Print recipe Prep time 15 mins Cook time 30 mins Total time 45 mins Author: Cookwithjo.com Recipe type: Main Serves: 4 Ingredients 1kg chicken thighs or legs 8 ripe,
These French crêpes can be filled with pretty much anything, sweet or savoury (just skip the sugar). In this particular recipe, I use fresh lemon juice and sugar, although blackcurrant jam and sour cream work very well too! French crêpes with lemon and sugar – Shrove Tuesday pancakes recipe Print recipe Prep time 5
We’ve had loads of unripe tomatoes left on the vine this year. As the nights are getting colder and there’s a risk of frost, I thought I would make a green tomato chutney. My recipe is based on Nigel Slater’s with a few adjustments – I simply used whatever I had in the cupboard.
I was a bit worried about the amount of sugar that went into it but give it a few days in the jar and it’s nice and tangy and not too sweet at all. It goes really well with cheese or ham.
Traditional beef bourguignon is made with cubed braising steak. I use a whole brisket sometimes – it looks really good when sliced and makes a wonderful dinner party dish. It’s best prepared a day in advance so that the flavours develop overnight. Serves 6.
I found out about Stripped Back on Twitter during my first visit to Broadway Market. Apparently, a professional chef with experience at many Michelin-starred restaurants was serving fine dining meals from a stall in a children’s playground at a very reasonable price of £17.50 for four. Only which playground? It took me a while to find the right one, and even when I was standing right in front of the Stripped Back stall, I still couldn’t see it because the whole set up is very low key.
It’s funny how some perfectly reasonable adults, mostly men, refuse to eat meat on the bone… Well, I’m not that person, I like a good, slow cooked rib smothered in sticky sauce. A kilo of ribs will feed two very hungry people. I normally get mine from the Ginger Pig in Borough Market.