Archive | February, 2015

Chargilled Turkey Escalope with Plum Tomato and Welsh Rarebit

               Ingredients   Turkey  Escalope    4 x 160g 50g flour 50g butter 250ml  strong beer 250g cheddar cheese 2tsp English mustard 2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce black pepper  4 plam tomato salt ,pepper oil,lemon zest   Method: 1.Preheat the oven to 200C.For the turkey, place the turkey breast between two sheets of cling film. Using a […]

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St Davids Day Pie

This is a great celebration pie for St Davids Day which I picked up from Jamie Oliver. It’s putting the chestnuts in the pastry that gives it an edge! http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/turkey-recipes/turkey-and-sweet-leek-pie/#ITlCJbF6yUWPD4vC.97 2 rashers higher-welfare smoked streaky bacon, roughly chopped ½ bunch fresh thyme, leaves picked olive oil 2 kg leeks, washed, trimmed; white end chopped into chunks, green […]

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Honey truffles

Something Sweet, Honey comb Chocolate Truffles.

This is definitely a recipe for the people out there who love something a little bit sweet, try making something amazing for the next time you have guests over and add some fun to the dinner table, after dinner rather than just putting out some after 8s. Now here comes the fun part….. the Honey Comb… […]

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Quinoa the superfood of grains

Quinoa, pronounced ‘keen-wah’ is a great wheat-free alternative to starchy grains. There are three types: black, red and white. The black variety is not always available, and may only be available from specialist suppliers.   Grown in South America (Peru, Chile and Bolivia) for thousands of years, quinoa formed the staple diet of the Incas […]

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Traditional lasagne

Traditional lasagne recipe   500g x lean minced beef (can use 200g of this of pork mince if you like. Adds extra flavour) 2 x onions (finely chopped) 1 x clove of garlic (crushed) 2 x tins of chopped tomatoes ½ x tube or jar of tomato puree (I like the sundried tomato puree) 50ml x […]

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Fluffy Pancakes

We are well into the new year and time seems to be flying . We are fast aproaching one of my favourite days in the year … PANCAKE DAY… This easy to execute and should be shared with everyone. This recipe will serve 4-6 people. ingredents; Plain flour 260 g Baking powder 2 tsp salt 1/2 tsp […]

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Pan-fryed Sea Bass with Feta cheese & Olives salad served with Turmeric rice

          Hello Guys TopchefMarek I want  to offer a quick recipes  for dinner : Ingredients:   1 sea bass fillets, about 140g each 6 tbsp vegetables oil salt, black peppers half lemon good quality feta cheese  50g black olives 20g tri color  peppers 50g cucumber 30g red onions 10 g 1 gloves garlic fresh parsley and […]

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Rother Valley Organics Farm Visit

Organised by Katrina from the Soil Association a group of the chefs set out from London to the countryside to visit an organic farm. After arriving from Waterloo at Petersfield we were then whisked off to the farm and cutting plant. This isn’t for the vegetarians or squeamish amongst us. Out in the yard we found […]

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