[VIDEO] Ridiculously easy pork and leek stew

[VIDEO] Ridiculously easy pork and leek stew

كيف اشتري أسهم وما هي أفضل الاسهم by | Apr 3, 2013 | Easy, Evening meals, Meat

http://maidenerleghschoolreading.co.uk/?kovka=%D8%AF%D9%88%D8%B1%D8%A9-%D9%81%D9%88%D8%B1%D9%83%D8%B3&0b2=ed Welcome to the latest of the videos I have been doing for Netmums. I must say, this is one of my favourite things to cook at home as it has everything you’d want from a home-cooked dish. It’s simple. foolproof, effortless and always gets scoffed down by the kids. The meat is tender and the balance of flavours is just lovely – they don’t even notice the big dollop of mustard in the dish! It is not too creamy, there is no alcohol left after the cooking and none of the flavours are too strong. Just a lovely, simple, child-friendly dish, perfect for these cold, early Spring days… A chef friend of mine, Hendrick Dutson from the lovely Crown pub in Henlow first made this dish for me. And this is an adaptation of his recipe… Preparation time 5 minutes Total cooking time 2 1/4 hours Serves 4 Preheat your oven to 170ºC/ 325ºC/ Gas Mark 3 500-600g diced shoulder of pork 2 leeks, finely sliced 1 onion, finely chopped 5 rashers of smoked streaky bacon, cut into small cubes 350ml cider 350ml chicken stock or water Fresh chopped thyme, or dried 1 tsp wholegrain mustard 2 dollops half-fat crème fraîche Salt and pepper to taste In an oven proof pan (with a lid), fry the bacon on a medium heat with a drizzle of oil until it is cooked and a little crispy. Remove it from the pan and set it aside in a bowl. Turn the heat up and add the pork. Cook it until it is sealed on all sides and starting to go brown. Add...
[VIDEO] Cheats “Pain au Chocolat” (chocolate croissants)

[VIDEO] Cheats “Pain au Chocolat” (chocolate croissants)

الخيارات الثنائية حارس القنوات by | Feb 24, 2013 | Baking, Breakfast, Easy, Lunch, Snack, Sweet treats

http://www.trendlux.sk/?qwerara=%D9%83%D9%85-%D8%B3%D8%B9%D8%B1-%D8%AD%D9%84%D9%82-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%B0%D9%87%D8%A8-2013%D9%81%D9%8A-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%B3%D8%B9%D9%88%D8%AF%D9%8A%D9%87&2e3=2c كم سعر حلق الذهب 2013في السعوديه These are brilliant, if I say so myself! Joking apart, if you like your recipes to be quick, easy and more than a little cheaty, you will love these. They are the perfect treat to have up your sleeve when you find yourself with an unexpected play date and more children than you bargained for in your home after school. Proper pain au chocolat are, to say the least, tricky to make. These ones use a block of puff pastry and some chocloate to create a simple treat – lovely after school, in a lunch box or even as a cheeky part of breakfast. Plus, as with all my recipes, they are totally foolproof! Makes 9 pieces Preparation time: 10 minutes Total cooking time: 10-12 minutes 1 packet (320g) all butter puff pastry sheet (ready rolled) 100g good quality milk chocolate bar, broken into pieces 1 egg, beaten Pre-heat the oven to 220ºC/450ºF/Gas Mark 7 Unroll the pastry and lay the sheet out in front of you. Using a sharp knife, cut the pastry into 9 equally sized rectangles by dividing the pastry into 3 lengthways and then widthways. Divide the chocolate into 9 equally sized portions. On the narrow edge of one of the pastry rectangles, place a portion of the chocolate and roll the pastry up. Squash down a little on the edges of the pastry roll to seal it and crimp the edges lightly with a fork. Brush the top of the roll with some beaten egg and put it on a greased or non-stick baking tray. Repeat the process for the remaining pieces of pastry....
[VIDEO] Four brilliant healthy lunchbox ideas

[VIDEO] Four brilliant healthy lunchbox ideas

الخيارات الثنائية التداول القانونية في كندا by | Sep 16, 2011 | Easy, Lunch, Meat, Snack, Under 15 minutes

منصة بالقطعة خيار ثنائي I did some work with Total Greek yoghurt over the summer and my challenge was to create 9 fun, tasty and healthy new lunchbox treats which would make a change from jam sarnies or salt and vinegar crisps. You have already seen the instant chocolate mousse which I posted earlier on in the week and here are four further delicious recipes. Probably my favourite of the four is my lamb gyro. It’s my take on the classic lamb sandwich, so synonymous with Greece. I had to be careful to ensure that the lamb stayed soft, moist and succulent when cooled down and I can promise you that it does if you follow my technique. Neither of my two kids are of school age but these gyros have become an instant hit in the house. As has the peanut butter dip. After all, Archie loves yoghurt and he loves peanut butter – what is not to like in mixing the two?! Plus it’s a great way to serve fruit slices… The fruit smoothie works brilliantly for breakfast as well as lunch. And the pasta salad uses the yoghurt in place of mayonnaise. A lighter choice, a different flavour – and a lovely snack, enhanced by some moreish crispy bacon. Peanut butter and Greek yoghurt dip This dip takes no time to prepare and is a great accompaniment to fruit. Feel free to slightly up the quantity of peanut butter if you would prefer your dip to be more, well, peanut buttery! Preparation time 5 minutes 3 tbsp Total Greek Yoghurt 2 tbsp smooth peanut butter A sprinkle of ground cinnamon...
[VIDEO] BBC GoodFood Show – No-cook Parma ham carbonara

[VIDEO] BBC GoodFood Show – No-cook Parma ham carbonara

سعر غرام الذهب مقابل اليورو by | Jul 19, 2011 | BBC, Easy, Evening meals, Pasta, Under 15 minutes

تحقق من هذا I was thrilled to be invited to cook at the BBC Good Food Show’s event at Westfield London, alongside some brilliant guests like Jose Pizarro, Masterchef champion Tim Anderson (together with Sarah and James from the show too) and Giancarlo and Katie Caldesi. Archie joined me on stage and we cooked three dishes – my no-fry Singapore noodles. no-cook carbonara pasta (recipe below) and my tiffin cakes too. [Apologies for the slightly odd angle of recording of this video! I simply perched my camera on the work surface just before going on stage!] As ever, I had no idea whether Archie would come on stage with me or not but, as you will see in the video, he literally ran on stage to join me. What I find interesting is that, as he gets older, he is much more interested in cooking and preparing his own ideas alongside me (albeit often fairly inedible!), rather than cooking what I am cooking. I really like this show of independence and I see it frequently in my kitchen at home. I chose the three recipes (all from my book) as I wanted to show how cooking fresh and tasty recipes at home needn’t be time consuming or difficult. I love the Singapore noodle recipe as the vegetables are baked in the oven, rather than fried in a wok. This is a perfect twist on the classic dish if you have young helpers in the kitchen. The tiffin remain the most clicked on recipe on this blog and the carbonara is part of a whole chapter of the book of no-cook pasta sauces....
[NEW VIDEO] Archie & me cooking at Real Food Festival (2 book recipes!!)

[NEW VIDEO] Archie & me cooking at Real Food Festival (2 book recipes!!)

http://2017.agi-open.com/?antral=%D9%88%D8%B3%D8%B7%D8%A7%D8%A1-%D8%AB%D9%86%D8%A7%D8%A6%D9%8A%D8%A9-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%AE%D9%8A%D8%A7%D8%B1-%D9%85%D9%82%D8%B1%D9%87%D8%A7-%D8%A3%D8%B3%D8%AA%D8%B1%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%8A%D8%A7&8ce=e6 by | May 10, 2011 | Easy, Evening meals, Fish, News, Pasta, Under 15 minutes

توصيات فوركس I was thrilled to be invited to cook at the Real Food Festival at Earls Court on Sunday – and here is the full video of me and Archie cooking two recipes from my new book (which is available for pre-order for only £9.45 by clicking here to Amazon)! We cooked my Mexican Lasagne, which is basically a deliciously easy chilli con carne, layered with flour tortillas instead of lasagne sheets. Possibly my favourite recipe in the book. We also made my “no-cook smoked salmon, lemon, cheese and dill” pasta, part of a whole chapter in the book where the sauces literally require no cooking. You’ll understand that I can’t yet post the full recipes here on the blog but if you watch the video, you’ll soon see how they are made. As ever, all I can commit to is being there on stage myself. There is no guarantee whatsoever that Archie will want to cook with me on stage. As it so happens, this time round he seemed more than happy to be on stage with me. Indeed, he was with me throughout our whole slot on stage, creating more messy havoc than I fear the lovely Valentina Harris and her extra patient assistant, Sancha, could possibly have imagined was coming their way! Still, Jo and I will always remain vigilant to where Archie is at, and coming on stage with me will always be 100% his own choice. Sunday also marked a big day as it was the first public airing of my book! I was really proud to have 2 copies standing on the worktop with...
[Radio] Fudge Recipe | Delicious vanilla fudge

[Radio] Fudge Recipe | Delicious vanilla fudge

تقنيات المضاربة بالفوركس by | Feb 13, 2011 | Easy, Snack, Sweet treats, Tips Tricks and Techniques, Under 15 minutes

تجد There’s just about enough time left for you to make this wonderful vanilla fudge before Valentine’s Day. Trust me – make these and wrap them up with a little bow and you will be a Valentine’s hero. I made them yesterday on my BBC Radio Show and they were fabulous. I’ll be honest, unusually for this blog, these are very much a grown up recipe to make. The sugar/butter/milk mix gets very hot and I certainly wouldn’t consider letting Archie anywhere near the boiling saucepan. He didn’t care – and was only too happy to eat the finished product! This recipe will give you soft, melting, sweet and crumbly fudge. Perfect for Valentine’s Day – or any other day for that matter – when only a decadent little sweet treat will do. Better still, you can make them from ingredients which you will more than likely have in your fridge and cupboards. Even if you don’t have the condensed milk, I reckon you can substitute it by doubling the milk quantity, especially if you are using full-fat milk. In other news, Archie and I have been in the kitchen quite a bit this week, in amongst the chaos of our life with our little baby Matilda. I’ll be switching on the cameras very soon and posting a video on here imminently… Listen to my full audio walk-through of the recipe here: http://www.mydaddycooks.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/fudge.mp3 Valentine’s Vanilla Fudge Prep time 5 minutes Cooking time 15 – 20 minutes 150ml full-fat or semi-skimmed milk 170g condensed milk 375-400g caster sugar 100g butter Good drop of vanilla extract Method: Mix the sugar butter and...
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