Recipes to try this week
Crispy Cauliflower Tacos
The crispiest vegan tacos you've ever had! The combination of flavors and textures from the crispy baked cauliflower, the sweet and sour crunchy slaw and the creamy tangy tartar sauce are out of this world!Crispy Coconut Lime Baked Cauliflower TacosIngredients:Baked Cauliflower1 medium cauliflower, sliced into long pieces (see note)½ cup full fat coconut milkJuice and Zest of 1 lime½ tsp salt½ cup panko breadcrumbs½ cup cornmeal½ cup unsweetened shredded coconut1½ tsp smoked paprika1 tsp cumin½ tsp..
Go On A Chocolate Overload With Chunky Brownies
Too often homemade brownies are a disappointment but not these chunky brownies! They are fudgy, have a pretty crackly brownie top and are packed full of chocolate chunks! These chunky moist desserts are the ideal choice of brownies.Chocolate Chunk BrowniesIngredients: 200g Butter, plus extra for greasing175g Caster Sugar175g Soft Light Brown Sugar4 Large Free-Range Eggs100g Plain Flour50g Cocoa Powder200g Plain Dark Chocolate100g White ChocolateMethod: Preheat the oven to 190C/375F/Gas 5. Lightly butter a 20x30cm rectangle brownie or tray bake tin..
Give Your Salad Some Zing With Lamb And Rice
Rice as a salad ingredient is unusual but not unheard of. Rice salad can be extremely tasty as well as nutritious depending on how it is prepared and what other ingredients are added to it. Whether it’s tender and tasty short-grain, astonishingly fragrant basmati or superchewy red, brown and black varieties, rice is one salad ingredient that does not deteriorate when dressed. It absorbs and thrives on the addition of liquids. Veggies and protein added to the rice makes the salad a well rounded meal. Read on to know how to make a super healthy..
Enjoy Your Daily Cuppa With A Fruity Cake
Even though they are called cakes, traditional tea cakes were not actual cakes. They were old fashioned cookies made with eggs, sugar, butter and flour to enjoy with afternoon tea or with a glass of chilled lemonade. However, the traditional recipes have evolved over the years and tea cakes these days are actual cakes with fruits and berries baked into them. The fruity teacake recipe below is perfect for a reviving cuppa, and will happily sit in a tin for a week or so. You can make it with any mixture of dried fruit that you may have in the cupboard..