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Posted on November 16, 2017
This is a Chinese takeaway classic and delicious served with steamed rice or noodles.
It may not be the most straightforward stir-fry recipe, but it was too delicious to leave out.
Posted on October 31, 2017 in Baking
Less sweet and a little spicier than some of our other cupcake recipes, these would work their magic before a night of trick-and-treating and the inevitable basket of sweets that comes home afterwards! If you can’t find puréed pumpkin, cut a butternut squash into pieces, deseed and steam for about 30 minutes. Then mash, pass through a sieve and leave to drain for several hours to get rid of the excess water.
Spiced Cream Cheese Icing
A simple variation on the orange cream cheese icing from earlier in the book, this one could also work well with the carrot cupcakes but is especially delicious with the pumpkin cupcakes on a cold and windy Halloween night.
Posted on October 27, 2017
This is a great way to cook French beans but it is important they are fresh. When you buy them, snap one in half and, if it makes a crunchy snap, you know they are at their best.
This dish is very quick to prepare and the contrast between the hot, spicy beans and the chilled, silken tofu is delicious. Serve with steamed rice or enjoy simply on its own.
Recipe extract from Ching-He Huang's book Stir Crazy
Posted on September 22, 2017
There is nothing that brings me more joy than to walk out into the woods as the seasons begin to change from summer to autumn. The smell on the air of crisp mornings and crunching leaves is palpable and the very colour of the landscape begins to turn from faded greens to fiery reds and browns. It signals the start of a new...
Posted on September 5, 2017 in Baking
Learn how to make beautiful biscuits with this quick and easy recipe from Mima Sinclair's Rainbow Bakes!
Are you a biscuit lover in search for inspiration? Get your piping bags at the ready! These bright flower biscuits are super simple to make and elegant too!||
Posted on August 16, 2017
If you're looking for a delicious and cleaner alternative to the classic Jamaican Rum Punch to celebrate National Rum day and week, look no further!
The classic Jamaican Rum Punch is a fruity mixture of orange juice, pineapple juice, white rum and grenadine syrup. A very sweet tipple that, in the past, has given me one of the worst hangovers ever experienced! This much cleaner version uses fresh fruit and vegetable juices, so it will save you from that horrible sugarfilled headache the next morning.
- Watermelon Cooler
- Ching He Huang's Lemon Chicken
- Pumpkin Cupcakes From The Primrose Bakery
- Sichuan French Beans On Chilled Silken Tofu From Stir Crazy
- Flower Biscuits From Rainbow Bakes
- Peter Rabbit's Lettuce Soup
- Rum Punch Recipe
- Pink Champagne And Goji Popsicles
- Blackberry & Rose Geranium Cake
- Beetroot, Apple And Feta Curd Salad