Another Ottolenghi-inspired recipe that guiltlessly satisfies those mid-week cravings for takeaways. Why order KFC when you can make it yourself, and even better? This gluten-free take on the traditionally Austrian fried cutlet is breadcrumbed with a combination of sesame seeds, cayenne pepper and turmeric for an alluring golden appearance.
Very rarely are there Ottolenghi recipes that are as effortless as they are flavourful. This delightfully easy coconut-infused soup is just that. I took out some of the ingredients from the original recipe - namely, the garlic and onions. So it's really just three main ingredients, plus a few spices. Gather 1 tbsp garlic infused… Continue reading Ottolenghi-inspired coconut curried soup
Here's a delicate twist on Nigella's own lemon polenta cake recipe. Described by the chef as a sharp and syrupy recreation of the classic lemon drizzle cake, the added ground cardamon serves to offset the lemony sharpness as well as complement the gritty nuttiness of the ground almonds.
Fiery fast food made in the comfort of your own home! Inspired by LEON's buffalo wing recipe, this one caters to gluten-free, garlic-free folk.
Only made with three ingredients? Yep, that's right. Who would have thought home-made Yorkshire puddings were this easy to make? Make sure to grab yourself an appropriately sized baking tray (most supermarkets sell ones specifically for Yorkshire puddings). To cook 8 in one go, you'll likely need two of these - or just cook these in batches!