This is Tommi Miers recipe from the show “Wild Gourmets” It looked so good I just had to cook it! It was easy to make and the flavours were wonderful. I have added and taken away different bit as my store cupboard dictated and still had success with it! Serve it with hunks of bread or mashed sweet potato or serve with a puff pastry top like I did last time. This will feed 4 hefty appetites or two normal ones with a little left over for lunch the next day! Cook times do not include marinating time. Allow a whole day or overnight to marinate. Measurements of wine are a 1/4 and 1/2 of a standard size bottle of wine. Zaars doesn't recoginise this and ml need to be recorded but I just guess when it comes to pouring the wine - hic!
I can't believe there wasn't a recipe for ratatoulli on here. This is the one I have used for years, it's a fresh tasting Ratatouli with a kick of chilli. A great side dish for most meats. Serve over rice for a vegetarian main dish.
Different to all the others on here. This is simple to make and doesn't take ages. I always make a double one as there is never enough to go around...everyone will want seconds.
Deviate from this recipe at your peril. I have followed this recipe exactly for years and have NEVER has a duff pie. Cook time does not include chill time.
These are called Maids of Honour in the real world, but my kids like to call them jammy jobs and the name has stuck. They are little jam tarts with a light sponge topping. Very morish, so much so that I have to double the recipe every time!
Moist and Moreish, it has a wonderful crunchy sugarplum topping. Originally from a Good Food Magazine. I have also substituted the plums for Rhubarb, Nectarines and apples, I’m sure any fruit will work well.
It's a quick and easy version of the Easter Classic. I got the original recipe from a Good Food Magazine and have made it for every Easter since. Don’t be put off by the long list of instructions, it is broken down into small bits, it’s really quite simple
This is wonderful, I found it in a Sunday paper that was lining the paint table at the school where I work, i took it, photocopied it, then put it back ;-) I'm so glad I did, it a great tea loaf that keeps moist, well wrapped for 4-5 days
The was originally from Madhur Jaffrey's Indian cookery. Over the years I have added and taken away bits, but the colour is still great and the flavours unchanged. Don't be put off by the long list of ingredients, it is very quick to make.