These make a great starter or part of a grazing plate! 1 cup self raising flour 1 cup chickpea flour a generous pinch of salt 330mls very cold beer (I prefer a larger) or soda water Fresh seasonal vegetables, cut into roughly the same sizes (button mushrooms, onion, carrot, broccoli, asparagus…..) oil for deep frying…
This is a great cake to celebrate the start of the strawberry season! 4 large egg yolks 1 cup flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 115g butter 1/2 cup sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/4 cup milk Meringue Layer: 4 large egg whites 1/4 teaspoon cream of tartar 1/3 cup sugar 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract ¼…
Here is a great curry recipe from Shona Dey. Shona took the fabulous cover shot for our Spring 2012 issue of Nourish
Now this is a great idea, especially if you live in New Zealand or Australia where Halloween and pumpkin season don’t coincide.In fact I have never seen the orange pumpkins you see in on American TV in New Zealand and I don’t think our grey pumpkins are give quite the same effect.
Family or friends with allergies or intolerences? Here is a great festive pudding that is gluten, nut and dairy free from Sarah King’s Family Friendly Gluten Free Cookbook.
Towards the end of the week the vegetable compartment of my fridge resembles the trodden remnants and sweepings which litter a market stall at day’s end.
Grease a 24cm pie tin, lining the base with baking paper. Roll out pastry & line pie tin with pastry. Refrigerate for 30 minutes and then blind bake for 6 minutes
Last weekend it really felt like spring was here and I took the opportunity to get stuck into the garden. It appears the only things growing besides the weeds were my rhubarb and my lemon grass, both of which I hacked back to make room for the summer veg.
Hmmm the best of both worlds; a biscuit and a brownie. These actually remind me a bit of the bit of the cake mix that spills over the edge and cooks, which of course is always the cooks treat.