Sunday, 22 July 2018

Summer Watermelon, Feta & Mint Salad

A lovely Summer side salad that's perfect for the warmer weather. The flavour combination of watermelon , feta & mint is very popular in the Mediterranean and The Middle East. The salad is perfect with a piece of fish or meat or if you fancy a light lunch, on its own.


Prep: 15 minutes
Serves : 4

Ingredients

300g watermelon flesh cut into 2cm inch cubes
175g feta cheese cut into 2cm cubes
55g fresh mint leaves

Dressing
4 tbsp shredded fresh mint
Juice of 1 lemon
2 tbsp olive oil
Pinch of sea salt
Pinch of pepper

Method
Mix the watermelon, cucumber and feta together in a large bowl. Add the whole mint leaves.
For the dressing, whisk the shredded mint , lemon juice and oil together in a small jug and season with the salt and pepper.
Drizzle the dressing over the salad and toss, being careful the feta doesn't break up. Serve immediately.
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Tuesday, 17 July 2018

Roast Chicken with Peaches and Lavendar

I finally got round to purchasing Diana Henry's A Bird in Hand. This was published in 2015 to great critical acclaim. A cookery book dedicated to the nations favourite meat chicken shows the diversity of recipes that chicken can offer. I've made a few of the recipes but this one I chose to share is perfect during the Summer months. The roast chicken was incredibly succulent and the peach gave such moreish and sweet flavour dimension to it.




Ingredients
3 tbsp olive oil
Sea salt flakes and pepper
1.8kg chicken skin-on, jointed into 8 good sized skin on bone-in chicken thighs.
200ml medium white wine
3tbsp white balsamic vinegar
4tbsp lavender honey
5 small, slightly under ripe peaches
8 sprigs of fresh lavender

Method
Preheat the oven to 190C/375F/Gas Mark 5
Heat 1 tbsp of the oil in a frying pan, season the chicken joints and brown them on each side so they get a good colour. You can do this in batches.
Put the chicken joints or thighs into a very large , broad shallow ovenproof dish (both the chicken and peaches need to be able to lie snugly together in a single layer)
Pour the oil out of the pan but don't clean it. Return it to the heat and deglaze the pan with the wine , scraping to dislodge all the bits of flavour there. Boil this until it has reduced to about 100ml then add 1 1/2 tbsp each of the balsamic vinegar and honey. Stir to dissolve the honey , then pour over the chicken.
Halve and pit the peaches and cut each half in two. Dot these in around the chicken. Season with salt and pepper. Brush each piece of peach with a little olive oil , then whisk the remaining honey and balsamic together with a fork. Drizzle this over the chicken and peaches and scatter with the lavender (leave some sprigs of lavender whole , use just the flowers from others)

Roast in the hot oven for 40 minutes. The chicken should be cooked through and glazed with the honey and the peaches should be slightly caramelized in patches. If you stick the tip of a sharp knife into the underside of a thigh , the juice that runs out should be clear. Serve in the dish in which the chicken has cooked (you can transfer it all to a warmed platter , but be careful as the peaches will be soft and could easily fall apart).
Serve with roast potatoes and green beans.
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Thursday, 5 July 2018

Body Chief Review

I'm back on the blogging game after my laptop has finally gone to laptop heaven (after 9.5 years) and I have a number of posts to share with you. First up is a review of Body Chief meal prepping company. Covering Birmingham, Coventry and Rugby this company is one of the leading meal prep companies in the West Midlands. Body Chief allows you to chose a diet either the Standard Diet, Sports Diet, Vegetarian Diet, a Veggie and Fish Diet or a Gluten Free Diet.  The Standard Diet consists of daily meals available for 1000, 1500 and 2000 calories. Body Chief website allows you to see today's menu and tomorrow's menu which is handy. I sampled the 1500 calorie menu for two days and was surprised with how much food I ate throughout the day. On both days, I ended up sampling a number of mealswhich really kept me full throughout the day.
All the meals are prepped with clear calorie amount displayed.
Day 1 meals.

The first breakfast was Choco pancakes with natural cheese and grapes (375 calories) which was very filling. The yogurt and grapes complimented the chocolate pancakes. The second breakfast that I sampled was corn and egg paste sandwich with nigella seeds and veg (225 calories). For lunch I had chicken breast in chive sauce with young spinach leaves salad which was well seasoned and delicious. The evening meal was low in calories (300) but the Spring salad with buckwheat , cottage cheese, cucumber and radish was delightful. For dessert I had a refreshing watermelon cooler.


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Lunch


Day 2 the first meal for the day was Fish paste with pepper and sundried tomatoes (375). I queried how good the fish paste was but it was surprisingly good.

Lunch was a gorgeous and colourful Turkey with Chickpeas and Veg in a cumin sauce (300 calories) This was actually supposed to be for the evening meal but was so colourful and light I had it for lunch.

For dinner (supposed to be lunch) was Pearl Barley Risotto with Beef , Young Cabbage and String Beans (450 calories ). This was incredibly filling.

 
The afternoon snack was Fresh Fruit Salad with Desiccated Coconut (150 calories )

For dessert was a divine brownie,

I also sampled a watermelon cooler which was refreshing. I thoroughly enjoyed sampling all the meals as they were delicious.

Positives :
* The meals were well flavoured and seasoned.
* There are several meals that you can eat throughout the day.
* All the meals are delivered to your home or work from 5:30am onwards
* All the meals are calorie controlled and can be adaptable to your dietary needs.
* The service takes the stress out of preparing daily meals.

Negatives:
* The cost per day for the meals is £18 per pay day which is expensive.

Disclaimer : Thank you to Body Chief.
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Wednesday, 16 May 2018

Basque Scrambled Eggs

There's so many recipes and breakfast ideas I feel I'm spoilt for choice. I'm trying to eat much more eggs in my diet especially for breakfast so I'm always on the look out for recipe inspiration. This recipe is incredibly easy and takes the average scrambled eggs to another level. The chorizo is full of flavour and the peppers added a crunchy flavour.




Serves 4 -6
Ingredients
3-4 tbsp olive oil
1 large onion, finely chopped
1 large red pepper, deseeded and chopped
1 large green pepper, deseeded and chopped
55g chorizo sausage, sliced thinly, outer casing removed if preferred
35g butter
10 large eggs, lightly beaten
salt and pepper
4-6 thick sliced country style bread, toasted to serve.

Method

Heat 2 tablespoons of olive oil in a large heavy-based frying pan over medium heat. Add the onion and peppers and cook for 5 minutes or until the vegetables are softened but not browned. Add the tomatoes and heat through. Transfer to a heatproof plate and keep warm in a preheated low oven.
Add another tablespoon of oil to the frying pan. Add the chorizo to the reserved vegetables.
Add a little extra olive oil, if necessary, to bring it back to 2 tablespoons. Add the butter and let it melt. Season the eggs with salt and pepper then add to the frying pan and scramble until cooked to the desired degree of firmness. Return the vegetables to the pan and stir through. Serve immediately with hot toast.
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Friday, 27 April 2018

Cajun Pork Burgers

I thoroughly enjoy a good burger, especially one which is meaty and full of flavour. I normally make 
beef burgers but I fancied something different and as I have 5 cookbooks dedicated to burgers I decide to make a burger that was slightly different. Pork mince is full of flavour and relatively low in fact so I thought I would make the Cajun pork burgers. The Cajun spice adds a warmth flavour and the mashed sweet potato adds an (obviously) sweet flavour. 




Prep Time: 20 minutes, plus chilling
Cook Time : 35-45 minutes

Ingredients
225g sweet potatoes , cut into chunks
450g pork mince
1 eating apple, peeled, cored and grated
2 tsp Cajun seasoning
450g onions
1 tbsp chopped fresh coriander
2 tbsp sunflower oil
8-12 lean back bacon rashers
salt and pepper

Method
Cook the sweet potato in a saucepan of lightly salted boiling water for 15-20 minutes, or until soft when pierced with a fork. Drain well, then mash and reserve.
Place the pork in a bowl, add the mashed potato, apple and Cajun seasoning. Grate one of the onions and add to the pork mixture with the coriander and salt and pepper to taste. Mix together, then shape into four to six equal-sized patties. Cover and leave to chill in the refrigerator for 1 hour.
Slice the remaining onions. Heat 1 tablespoon of the oil in a frying pan. Add the onions and cook over a low heat for 10-12 minutes, stirring until soft. Remove the frying pan from the heat and reserve. Wrap each patty in two bacon rashers. 
Preheat the barbecue. Cook the patties over the to coals, bruising with the remaining oil, for 4-5 minutes on each side, or until thoroughly cooked. Alternatively, cook in a griddle pan or under a hot grill. Serve immediately with the fried onions.

xxx
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Wednesday, 18 April 2018

Cornflake tart

I had a trip down memory lane when I visited My Lahore in Birmingham. My Lahore's dessert menu featured old school puddings, puddings if you are in your late 20's early 30s would be served to you in school. Puddings such as jam roly polly, apple crumble and an absolute blast from the past cornflake tart. I haven't sampled corn flake tart for years but when I saw the huge cornflake tart squares in the restaurant I knew I had to recreate this at home. This pudding gave me strong feelings of nostalgia and in my opinion, the golden era of school puddings. I don't think children these days would be served this with the pastry, jam, cornflakes and honey,  as it's far from healthy eating. But it is in fact a comforting pudding. I found a recipe online from Baking Mad for this recipe and the only thing which I changed was that I brought ready made pastry.





The recipe can be found here


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Saturday, 31 March 2018

Spanish Tortilla

An ideal lunch or light evening meal, Spanish tortilla is a lovely and wholesome omelette. You can add additional ingredients such as chorizo, prawns or smoked salmon but I prefer to make to keep this simple and use a red onion instead of a white onion. This makes a lovely luscious lunch or a light evening meal. 






Serves 4
Ingredients
2 tablespoons olive oil
2 medium potatoes, peeled and very thinly sliced.
1 large onion, peeled and thinly sliced
8 large eggs
salt and freshly ground black pepper

Method 

Heat the oil in a deep non-stick frying pan over a medium heat. Throw the potatoes and gently fry for 5 minutes. Add the onion and cook, stirring the whole time, until soft and slightly browned. Whisk the eggs, season with salt and pepper and pour into the frying pan. Cook over a medium heat for a couple of minutes and then, using a palette knife, draw the cooked egg into the middle and let the liquid egg run into the gaps. When the egg is set, put a plate over the pan and flip the omelette onto it. Slide the omelette back into the pan to cook to your taste on the other side. 
This tortilla is delicious to or cold with a crisp salad.

xxx
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Saturday, 24 March 2018

Gingerbread pancakes with Parma ham & maple syrup

This dish is really the ideal lazy weekend brunch. I love a good pancake and enjoy trying different varieties and flavour combinations. These pancakes remind me of American pancakes as they are associated with a bacon topping. Well, this recipe from Lorraine Pascale Fast, Fresh & Easy has a kick of ginger which adds a warm flavour and is topped with Italian parma ham. A quick, yet special breakfast to enjoy.




The recipe for these gorgeous pancakes can be found on the link.
xxx
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Wednesday, 14 March 2018

Tiramisu Veloce, Quick Tiramisu

I love an Italian classic dish. When I go to an Italian restaurant I usually order a dessert. Sometimes I'll order a tiramisu or a lovely sharp tart. The best tiramisu I ordered was in Milan, it had the perfect combination of alcohol, sponge fingers, mascarpone cheese and chocolate. As much as I love tiramisu, I've never actually made it at home. Until now, that was in part due to WH Smith selling a number of cookery books, including Jamie's Italian for £3. Flicking through the cookery book I was inspired by a number of desserts but I was eager to try this quick tiramisu. I fancied a quick dessert with minimal effort and this recipe certainly does the trick. The flavour of the coffee and orange zest was strong, but me being a lover of a strong hit, I added a couple of tablespoons of rum which I felt enhanced the flavour. 



Ingredients
15 sponge fingers
285ml pint good strong coffee, freshly brewed
4 tablespoons caster sugar
500g mascarpone
2 vanilla pods
140ml pint vin santo or sweet cherry
zest and juice of 1 orange
100g best-quality dark chocolate

Method
Get yourself a medium deep bowl or dish about 20 to 25 cm/ 8 to 10 inches in diameter and arrange your sponge fingers snugly in layers on top of each other. Sweeten your coffee with 2 tablespoons of the sugar. Pour the coffee over the sponge fingers, making sure the top later is completely covered - you'll see the coffee being sucked  up the sponge. Wile that's soaking, put your mascarpone into a bowl and whisk it up with the rest of the sugar.

Score the vanilla pods length ways and scrape the seeds out into the bowl of mascarpone keeping the pods for making vanilla sugar if you want to. Continue whisking and as you do so, drizzle in the vin santo or sherry. You want to get it to a loose, shiny consistency. If it's still too thick you can use a little of the orange juice to loosen it before you squeeze the rest of the juice over the sponge fingers. Smear the vanilla mascarpone over the sponges and either grate over all the chocolate or make shavings using a knife or a peeler. Sprinkle lightly with a little finely grated orange zest and keep in the fridge until you're ready to serve, as it's best serve chilled.

xxx
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Monday, 26 February 2018

Boozy Blueberry Jam

Berries are full in abundance over the the Spring/Summer months, I make sure that I take full advantages, purchasing in bulks and creating a number of recipes that I can are resourceful and will last when the colder months sets in. What started off as a simple blueberry jam, quickly became something slightly luxurious with the addition of a good swig of dark Jamaican rum. The addition of the rum, is a wonderful kick and provides a subtle heat to this jam.  I now make this in bulk as soon as I can get my hands on blueberries.  As long as the jars are sterilised correctly, this should serve you a year.






You will need 3 x 250ml jam jars, funnel, a large saucepan and a side plate (or thermometer) .
Ingredients
500g blueberries
425g jam sugar
juice of ½ lemon
50ml dark Jamaican rum

Method
Steriliseyour jam jars. Place a side plate in the freezer. In a large saucepan, add the berries, jam sugar and juice of lemon. Give everything a good stir with a wooden spoon until the sugar coats the blueberries. Turn the heat and bring the blueberries to a boil (not overflowing), turn the heat down and leave to simmer. After 20 minutes, remove the plate from the freezer and spoon a teaspoon of the jam on the plate. Leave for a few seconds and if when you touch it with your finger, if the surface of the jam has set, it is ready. If not, gently boil for a further 5 minutes and do the wrinkle test again. Remove the jam from the heat and pour the rum in the saucepan – it is likely to sizzle, but not to worry.
Place the funnel in the sterilised jars (take care not to touch the insides), you may need to hold the base of the jars with one hand and pour the jam in the funnel. Seal and leave to cool in a dark place.


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Sunday, 11 February 2018

Lettuce and Pea Soup

I can't wait for the slightly warmer Spring months to arrive so I can eat lighter and refreshing dishes. But  as it's freezing outside, I'll settle on eating hearty and filling soups. When it's cold and crisp outside, I really need something to warm me up, especially at lunch time. 
I regularly look for inspiration when making soup as I find eating the same flavour soups on a regular basis can become boring. I found a recipe for lettuce soup from one of the first cookbooks I brought around 10 years ago, BBC Good Food Low Fat Feasts. I did not know that lettuce could be used to cook with or to use as an ingredient in a soup, but the lettuce flavour added a warmth  and mellow flavour to the soup. I added peas as well as I wanted to add another vegetable serving. The recipe serves 8, but as I made this for myself, I froze half the soup in containers and was perfect for lunch a few weeks later.



Takes 40 minutes, serves 8 

25g butter
1 onion, chopped
2 medium potatoes, peeled and chopped
1 garlic clove
450ml vegetable stock
100g frozen peas
2 fresh lettuces, finely sliced
225ml milk
a little nutmeg
double and snipped chives, to serve

Method
Melt the butter in a large casserole with a lid, then stir in the onion, potato and garlic. Add the stock,  frozen peas, season and simmer for 20 minutes, or until the potato is tender.
Add the lettuce and cook, covered or 3-4 minutes until the stock returns to the boil and the lettuces are semi-wiltered.
Liquidise, then return to the pan with the milk. Season, add a pinch of nutmeg and serve with a swirl of cream and a sprinkling of chives.

xxx
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Saturday, 20 January 2018

Fabulous Falafel

I've been trying to eat more vegetarian dishes in my weekly diet, trying to up my usual once a week meat free meal to twice a week. With so many bloggers having a meat free January or participating in veganuary there has been a number of inspiring recipes on social media which I'll be sharing in the coming weeks. 
After flicking through my new cookbooks that I brought in the January sale, I found this incredibly easy recipe for falafels from The Greedy Girl Diet. Falafels, a popular middle Eastern dish are perfect for a light lunch or dinner. What's better, this recipe is low in calories and fat, so you can treat yourself to an extra falafel. This recipe is lightly spice, full of flavour and easy to make. I served the falafel with a beetroot dip as I had beetroot use and of course, pitta bread.




245 calories, 4g fat per serving
Serves 4
1x 400g can chick peas, drained
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 teaspoon ground coriander
1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 large garlic clove, peeled and crushed
zest of 1/2 unwaxed lemon
1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
1 tablespoon very finely chopped fresh coriander 
vegetable oil spray
4 warmed wholemeal pitta breads

For the dressing 
150g low-fat Greek yogurt
1 small garlic clove, peeled and crushed
100g chopped rocket.

Method 
Preheat the oven to 220C/gas mark 7. Put the chick peas, salt, spiced, garlic, lemon zest, bicarbonate of soda and chopped coriander into a food processor and lightly blend to a coarse puree. 
Wet your hands to stop the mixture sticking to them and shape the mixture into 16 patties. Spray a baking tray with oil, arrange your falafels on top and lightly spray them all over a find midst of oil. Bake for 15-20 minutes, turning once.

While the falafels are cooking, make the dressing by beating together the yogurt with the crushed garlic and rocket in a bowl. If necessary, you may need to thin the mixture with a couple of tablespoons warm water to a coating consistency. Serve the falafels inside the warmed pitta breads and top with yogurt dressing. 

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Thursday, 18 January 2018

Mango Salsa Chutney

Mango chutney in January, I hear you say. These days you can buy Summer fruits, all year round in most markets and supermarkets. I am fully aware that mangoes in January is not seasonal, but we all could benefit from a tropical burst in our lives. I used to eat mango chutney, shop brought and to serve alongside a curry. However, making Newton and Pott mango salsa chutney, I don't think I'll go back to shop brought mango salsa chutney. For one, the mango pieces are chunky and juicy instead of the mainly pureed shop brought version. The mango salsa chutney was incredibly easy to make and even easier to eat.





Ingredients 
2 red peppers
500g red onions
3 tbsp olive oil
sea salt and freshly cracked black pepper
2 small garlic cloves
3 birds eye chillies
2 limes
30g fresh ginger
1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
1/2 tsp chili flakes
250g light brown sugar
4 large mangoes
350ml cider vinegar

makes 3-4 300ml jars

Method
Preheat the oven to 120C/100 (fan), gas mark 1/2. Halve the red peppers, remove their stalks and seeds then place them on a baking tray and cook in the oven for at least 1 hour. Once soft and browned, remove from the oven, peel off their skins then finely slice and dice them.
Peel and dice the onions. Heat the oil in a heavy-bottomed pan, then add the onions and a little salt and pepper and cook for about 10 minutes.
Meanwhile, peel the garlic, de-seed the chillies the finely chop them both.
Zest the limes then halve them. Peel and grate the ginger. Add the garlic, chillies, lime zest and halves, ginger, cinnamon and chili flakes to the onions and cook for another 10 minutes.
Add the sugar to the pan and caramelise for 5 minutes.
Meanwhile, peel, stone and cube the mangoes. Add to the pan with the vinegar and gently bring to the boil.
Simmer, stirring continuously for 20-30 minutes, until the chutney starts to thicken, add the diced red pepper and cook for a further 10 minutes.
Remove from the heat and take out the lime halves. Ladel into warm, dry sterilised jars, then seal.
You can eat this one the very next day but it will mature nicely if left for at least 4 weeks.
Keeps for up to 6-8 months unopened. Once opened, refrigerate and consume within 4 months.

xxx
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Sunday, 7 January 2018

Feeling Green Hangover Helper

I wasn't hungover when I made this juice, I can assure you. But what I wanted was a green juice which had a caffeine kick and one which would make me feel a little more alive first thing on a cold money. What I found was this refreshing and nutritious green juice from my much loved 1000 juices book. A great way to start the week. 





Ingredients
1 white tea bag
175ml very hot boiling water
2 green apples, quartered
75g piece cucumber
50g fresh spinach
15g fresh mint leaves
1/4 lemon
2tbsp honey
2 sprigs of mint

Method
Put the tea bag in a teapot or heatproof jug. Steep in the hot water for 5 minutes. Remove tea bag; leave to cool.
Process all the ingredients except the honey and mint sprigs through the juice extractor. Pour into 2 glasses, sweeten with the honey and serve immediately garnished with a sprig of mint.

Makes 2 glasses.
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Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Pumpkin, Black-Eyed Bean and Coconut Curry

I'm trying to include more vegetables in my diet this January by replacing my animal rich diet with vegetables and attempting to eat more vegetarian based meals. One of my favourite vegetarian dishes is making a vegetarian curry following a fridge raid of vegetables that had a better life but need to be cooked quickly. This recipe hails from my latest addition to my cookbook collection, Fresh India by Meera Sodha. I opted to use butternut squash rather than pumpkin as this features weekly on my shopping list. The rest of the ingredients for this curry, I had knocking about in the fridge/cupboards. What I found really interesting is the use of roasting butternut squash. It made the curry more earthy and as the butternut squash is naturally sweet, there was a slight sweet tang. The curry was moderately spiced, there was certainly a kick to the curry with the use of chilli. I served with coconut flavoured curry with corn (cornmeal based) roti, the recipe is also included in this book.




Ingredients

Serves 4 as a main course
1.2kg pumpkin or squash
1 tablespoon garam masala
salt and black pepper
coconut or rapessed oil
1 teaspoon mustard seeds
2 green chillies, slit lengthways
1 large onion, halved and thinly sliced
3 cloves of garlic
1 x 400g tin of black-eyed beans, drained
150g ripe tomatoes, cut into wedges
1/2 teaspoon ground turmeric
1 x 400ml coconut milk.

Method
Preheat the oven to 200C/400F/Gas mark 6 and line two baking trays with foil. Cut the pumpkin in half, scoop out and discard the seeds, then cut it into crescents around 2cm at widest part. Transfer to a big bowl, drizzle with oil, and sprinkle with garam masala, 1 teaspoon of sale and 1/2 teaspoon black pepper. Toss to coat evenly, ten arrange in a single layer. Roast for 30 minutes, or until soft and tender.
Meanwhile, put 2 tablespoons of oil into a large lidded frying pan over a medium heat and when hot, add the mustard seeds. When they pop, add the slit green chilies and the onion. Cook for 12 minutes, or until the onion is soft and golden then add the garlic. Cook for another couple of minutes, then add the drained beans and stir to mix together. Add the tomatoes and cook for a few more minutes until soft and jammy around the edges.

Next, add the turmeric, 1/3 teaspoon of black pepper, 1/2 teaspoon of salt and the coconut milk. Tip the roasted pumpkin into the pan and stir to mix. Cover with the lid and leave to heat through for 5 minutes. Check the salt and chilli, adjusting if you wish, then transfer to a serving dish.

xxx


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Sunday, 10 December 2017

Jumbo Oat and Raisin Cookies

I haven't baked cookies in a very long. The last amazing cookie I ate was in New York, I can't say that these are remotely close but they managed to hit my desire to have a moerish and gooey cookie. I remembered that many moons ago, I brought a baking book which was dedicated soley to baking cookies. I didn't fancy making an extravagant cookie but something which had incredibly easy to make, soft and gooey in the middle such as these oar and raisin cookies.




Ingredients
85g rolled oats
100g plain  flour
1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda
pinch of salt
60g unsalted butter, softened
soft light brown sugar
50g granulated sugar
1 large egg
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
175g raisins
Optional 1 tbsp coco powder

Method
Preheat the ocean to 190C/37F/Gas Mark 5. Place the oats in a food processor and pulse briefly, then tip into a bowl and sift in he flour and bicarbonate of soda and salt and stir together.
Place the butter and sugars in a large bowl and beat together until light and fluffy. Place the egg and vanilla extract in a separate bowl and whisk together, then add to the butter and mix well. Add the flour mixture, into 15 balls and place on 2 large non-stick baking sheets, spaced well apart. Press the cookies into rough rounds. Bake in the preheated oven for 12 minutes, or until golden brown. Leave to cool for 5 minutes, then transfer to a wire rack to cool completely.

xxx
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