Recipes to try this week

  • Learn The Secret To Making Yummy Marmalade Cake

    A marmalade pudding cake has the surprisingly light texture of a steamed sponge. It has the bitter edge of a thick-shred, dark marmalade and yet has enough sweetness to satisfy your sweet tooth. This cake recipe is a beauty. This laid-back Sunday-lunch pudding is what kitchen food is all about. Try it out and enjoy its decadent tasteMarmalade Pudding CakeIngredients: 250 grams soft unsalted butter (plus some for greasing)75 grams caster sugar75 grams light brown muscovado sugar225 grams marmalade (75g of which for the glaze)225 grams plain flour½..

  • Beat Hunger Pangs With A Tropical Fish Stew

    From conch salad and grilled fish to mango salsas and desserts, it's hard to beat the fresh, spicy and flavorful dishes of the Caribbean. Caribbean cuisine blends fruits and rice, seafood and spice, to create flavors as vibrant as the colors of the islands. Ethnic heritages combine with local bounty to produce unique tastes. Try your hand at one such flavorful fish stew -Caribbean Fish StewIngredients:1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper1/4 teaspoon ground red pepper1/2 teaspoon ground cumin1 1/2 teaspoons salt, divided3/4 pound Alaskan salmon..

  • Enjoy A Chocolatey Black Forest Dessert

    Black Forest gateau or Black Forest are the English names for the German dessert Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte, literally "Black Forest cherry-torte", where it originated. Typically, Black Forest cake consists of several layers of chocolate cake, with whipped cream and cherries between each layer. Then the cake is decorated with additional whipped cream, maraschino cherries, and chocolate shavings.This recipe delivers a classic version of the original Black Forest cake with light whipped cream frosting and cherry topping.Black Forest CakeIngredients:2..

  • Go Bananas Over This Delicious Sorbet

    Sorbet is the French equivalent of the British water ice. It's a semi-frozen sugar syrup that can be flavored with fruit juice (or purée) or other infusions such as mint, jasmine, tea, coffee or liqueurs. It was traditionally served as a palate cleanser between courses but is now eaten more commonly as a refreshing dessert. Sorbets first appeared in Europe in the latter part of the 17th century. At that time in France, a sorbet could be served as an iced drink, just like a Middle Eastern sherbet, or as an ice suitable for drinking. It's..

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