Grate the cooked carrot–if it turns to mush, don’t worry, that’s what you want. In a bowl, tap the hummus, add the carrot and blend well. Add a lemon juice squeeze, but be careful not to squirt it in your eyes. Use scissors to snip the coriander into small bits and stir it into the […]
Unwrap the chocolates, place in the freezer on a tray and pop. Heat the fan / gas furnace to 180C/160C 4. The base and sides of a 21-22 cm square tin with baking parchment are lightly greased and lined. Put the butter, sugars and cocoa into your biggest casserole and melt softly together, stirring constantly […]
Heat the fan / gas furnace to 180C/160C 4. Mix flour, cooking powder, cinnamon, wholemeal flour and golden caster sugar in a big bowl. Mix the eggs, half-skimmed milk and sunflower oil in another bowl. Pour the wet ingredients into the dry, mix well, then stir in the sultanas and apples. Divide the mix between […]
Heat over medium – high heat a big casserole and add the oil. Add the chicken and fry on all sides for 5 minutes or until well browned. Tip the vegetables and boil until you start to soften for another 5 minutes. Add the barley of garlic and pearl and take over 500ml of water. […]
Heat the fan / gas furnace to 200C/180C 6. In a big roasting tin, place the chicken. Remove any elastic trussing and, if you like, bind the feet of the chicken with a cord. Rub the lemon juice in the chicken, then sprinkle with the thyme and plenty of seasoning in 1 tbsp of oil. […]
Place the lamb in a big jar and use ground black pepper to season well. Add the curry powder with the yogurt and 1/2 tbsp and mix well to mix. In a big non-stick casserole, heat half the oil. Fry the onion wedges for 4-5 minutes over elevated heat or until slightly brown and soft. […]
Grease a cake tin 30x 20 cm and parchment board. Heat the fan / gas furnace to 180C/160C 4. Mix 2 tbsp of boiling water with the coffee, then set aside to cool. Cream the butter and sugar together until light and fluffy for about 5 minutes, then add the eggs, one at a moment, […]
Mix the banana until smooth with soy milk, honey and a little grated nutmeg. Pour into two big glasses and top serving with toasted, sliced hazelnuts.