So a few posts back I showed you the ROLY POLY PAVLOVA I made and I suggested a caramel version would be nice. Well I did it and it was!
Use the same meringue recipe but instead layer it with caramel, hazelnuts and cream!
Summer nights call for light scrumptious dishes and this meets the brief. This tomato and rocket flan throws fresh, vibrant flavours at you and treats you to a naughty pastry punch.
You can of course make your own pastry but in this case I didn’t…..hands slapped!
So all you need to do is:
So This happened.
Brioche! Nutella! Mango! Chocolate Ice Cream!
Literally toasted Brioche, slathered in Nutella and then loaded with sliced Mango and Chocolate Ice Cream!
So yesterday, day 4, the eggs were ready to be removed from the salt and sugar curing mixture.
You need to carefully scoop them out, gently rinse off the remains salt and then dehydrate them in the oven for 2 hours at 50 degrees F.
Enjoy. I know I will 😊
Happy Wednesday foodie friends!!
If you need a little boost to get over this midweek hump, why not try this little tiddler of a dessert?
OK, it’s ridiculously simple and you would be forgiven for thinking…..boring, but give it a chance and I promise it will deliver!
All you need to do is:
What do I do when I’m bored? Get in the kitchen! 😄
I pulled out an old weight watchers recipe book and decided on a beautiful summer dessert in homage to the glorious weather we are having here in Cheshire, U.K.
It’s slightly time consuming but really requires little effort….just some waiting. Once you have mixed the meringue you can take 60minutes for yourself (I watched some “4 in a bed”!) whilst you wait for it too cook and cool. Then it’s simply a matter of filling and rolling.
It’s a really versatile recipe too, I think next time I plan to make this for friends but I’m going to fall to the darks side and use cream and caramel! 😈
So after recently learning about cured eggs, and happening to have some spare yolks going today, I’ve decided to give it a go!
Now the wait begins, I’ll let you know how it goes folks!
I like to please the fella every once in a while and as he is fond of root beer, I thought I’d envelope it in to a cake!
Super simple, just use the usual sponge cake recipe but add 3tbsp of root beer to give the sponge that added flavour.
Also, whip up a typical cream cheese frosting but again, add root beer to taste. Be careful here, add it slowly. If you add too much it will be too runny to use!
Sometimes you just need coffee and a bun ☺️
*courtesty of Rackhams
Summer is here, we have the reddened skin and smily faces to prove it, and one thing I love more than anything in summer, is the light tasty meals that keep us content. We don’t need steaming hot bowls of soup or the comfort of stodge, it’d s great time to feel healthy!
This dish is a summer doozy, it’s the epitome of simple and its fresh zingy taste makes it a great lunch or dinner for a high temp day.
Beautiful, refreshing and light!