I love duck. When I saw that it was in the 2 for £7 or 3 for £10 deal in Tesco I couldn't refuse. That means this is the same price as chicken really. So do it. This is about as easy as it gets. Takes about half an hour so you don't even have to slave over a hot stove for hours. Enjoy.
I'm living with two and a half vegetarians (Cora is kind of sitting on the fence and has a cheeky bacon sarnie every now and again). This means that I am often encouraged to eat more vegetarian stuff. I've given in and here is a rather nice Nigel Slater recipe. I added wine and I think this makes it much better. It's actually really filling and great on a cold winter night.
Give it a shot. If you haven't got carrots but do have bacon then try this recipe.
Now it's getting colder, it's high time for some more egg nog! This is a lovely little warmer. And the cheeky salted caramel liqueur adds that super special kick. Give it a go. Check out the Bailey's version and the original.
Pour the milk into your mug (this is just to measure it). Now pop it in a pan (off the heat).
Crack an egg into another mug and beat with a fork until foamy. Add to the milk.
Break the chocolate into small pieces and add to the milk.
Now turn the heat on very low and stir constantly with a wooden spoon.
You'll know it's done when the mix thickens and it begins to steam. Pour it into the original mug and top it up with the liqueur.
Watch the video. This is just like a bread and butter pudding but with Jaffa Cakes. It's amazing. This makes one.
So Monty Bojangles sent me some "Flutter Scotch" to review. Basically they're truffles. And they're absolutely fabulous. Top quality chocolate. Something you want after a fab meal. I made this for the house and we've all had loads of it. Really delish. We all really enjoyed it. Give it a shot. You can really see why the chocolate has a "great taste" award.
If you are planning a dinner party or want to impress someone #basicallytinder then do give this a go!
So the other day I bought some Salted Caramel Liqueur from Tesco. One of the best decisions I've made for a while. It's like a Baileys but salted caramel. Fab. Like our Best Easy Hot Chocolate but with a bit of an extra kick!
Pop the milk in the mug and microwave for about 1.5 mins. It should be piping hot - when you stick your finger in, it should hurt!
Break in the chocolate and add in the liqueur. Stir until all the chocolate has melted (forks are great for this).
Drink! How fab is that?!
So I was hungry. This happened. I used home made vanilla ice cream, but you could use bought stuff. Enjoy.
Pop everything in a blender and blend!
It's that easy.
Omelettes seem to frighten people. I don't really know why. This recipe works for me and you can basically add anything to it. Today I added ham and cheese. Trick (as I mention in the video) is to use strong cheese and nice ham (ideally). Also season well. Pepper is your friend.
So this is a new take on the classic barking baking cookies. It's lovely. I accidentally bought peanut M and Ms but actually it tastes fab anyway so well worth a go. Dig in.
I was busy watching some videos the other day and came across one by Gemma Stafford. She was doing something similar to this and it works brilliantly. Enjoy!
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