Just a little dose of Valentines inspiration for this quick and easy starter or treat to share with a loved one (or indeed if they don’t like cheese aka Mr C, just to eat on your own!)
Valentines Heart Baked Camembert, and no you don’t need to go hunting for a heart shaped cheese, add a regular round Camembert to your shopping list and I’ll show you how it’s done…
You will need:
1 x Camembert cheese, either small or large.
…and a Horseradish Dumplings version too
It gets to the depths of winter and I’m always in real need of a good something to cheer me up.
Festive Potato Skins are the last recipe in my 12 Days run. Ideal for feeding hungry children, adding to your buffet table or for using up any Christmas dinner leftovers. These can be done easily with smaller potatoes too if you have lots to feed.
Here’s a special something for your buffet table this Christmas – a thoroughly festive Christmas Quiche! Spinach, feta, pine nuts and juicy cranberries made with Wright’s Sungold pastry flour a slice of this is just delicious!
225g Wright’s Sungold Pastry Flour
100g butter, cold diced
1 egg, large
1-3tbps cold water
80g feta cheese
1 tbsp pine nuts
2 tbsps fresh cranberries
120ml double cream
2 eggs, large
2 egg yolks
1 tbsp Dijon mustard
Salt and pepper
A saucy sausage baked inside a bread roll? What’s not to love? In fact these were polished off sharpish by my bunch of hungry boys.
450g strong white flour
2 tsp caster sugar
2 ½ tsp fast action yeast
Hello gang! Hope you’ve all had a fab summer hols? Well I’m back to the baking and kicking off with a savoury recipe for these delicious blue cheese and walnut biscuits.
Over the summer I made thousands of biscuits (quite literally) for Alex James – to be served at the launch of Blue Monday at The Big Feastival.
Hopefully the weather will be good enough to get on at least one picnic this summer – here’s what I’ll be packing in the cool bag!
Ultimate Sausage Rolls – that’s if I don’t eat them hot off the cooling rack!
At last! It appears to be BBQ weather, and whilst I’m stuck for Father’s Day ideas I figured a BBQ might be just the thing to treat your Dad. Now BBQ’s don’t naturally lend themselves to baking but a batch of these flour tortillas will certainly go down a treat.
I love making these when I have the time, you can’t beat curry night in our house with homemade Naan bread.
There’s 2 options for you with a recipe for plain or Garlic and Coriander Naan Bread
300g strong white bread flour
1 tsp salt
2 tsp fast action yeast
165ml milk (170g)
4 tbsps natural yoghurt (60g)
1 tbsp vegetable or sunflower oil
1/2 to 1 tsp kalonji seeds (onion/nigella seeds)
Plus 25g melted butter
Garlic & Coriander Naan
1 clove of garlic, crushed
2 tbsps chopped fresh coriander
Place all the dry ingredients into a large mixing bowl.