Saturday, January 14, 2012

5 Minute EveryDay Fresh Bread







Five Minute every day Bread

6.5 cups of Plain/Bread flour
1.5 Salt
1.5 Yeast
3 cups of lukewarm water

Mix all above in a bit tub.

Mixture should be 'soggy' if not add abit more water, when the mixture is more wet and too moist to knead the bread come outs with more or bigger holes, which is what I like.

Let to rest for atleast 2 hours then either put in fridge and take out when necessary.

Cut a piece off and shape, rest for 45 mins. then bake in preheated oven at 225.
Remember to pour cold water in tray below for that steamy effect for crunchy crust.

Add whatever nuts, olives, herbs you feel.

Bread Recipe

Friday, January 13, 2012

Steak and Kidney Pie

Tuna Egg Mayo Salad

Salad with Pomegranite

Chinese Fish Broth

 Salmon Broth

Made from todays fish stock, definitely makes a difference - full on flavour!

Vermicelli noodles (glass noodles)  used here.
Raw salmon underneath everything, 'cooked' in hot broth  to juicy perfection.
Squeeze one full lemon together with the fiery chilis just before serving.  Bliss.


Boil:
Water/Stock
Fish Sauce
Soya Sauce
Chili (op)
Ginger fresh
Squeeze of Lemon
Sesame oil
Snow peas
Spinach
Spring onions
Rice noodles


1. Add Noodles, veggies such as carrots, onions, fennel, cabbage, courgettes, spinach and any root vegetable is generally good.
2. Add sweet peas cook for half a minute.
Sweet peas should be still crunchy.
3. Pour hot broth on to raw salmon already in the soup bowl. The heat of the broth will "cook" the fresh fish just right,  juicy and tender.
4. Garnish with chopped green onions, coriander leaves,  black/white sesame seeds, sesame oil, soya.







Entrecote Broth

Same as above just add steak instead of Salmon

Choco pudding - super fast!



So fast, must write down before my senility gets the better of me!

Pre-heat oven at 180 oc,

4oz Dark Chocolate and a 'kiss' of milk (optional)
4oz Magarine/butter
2x Eggs
1/3 cup of sugar
dash Vanilla paste
5 TBPs of Plain flour

1. Melt choc and marg. in microwave
2. Whisk eggs and sugar till pale. Add Vanilla paste
3. Mix in choc, add flour
4. Pour 3/4 full in buttered ramekins.
5. 180 Oc in pre-heated oven for 10 mins, serve with whipped cream
yummy
Super Fast, make at a whim and have a piping hot pud when its cold and wet and dark outside, like now ;)
Hail on Winter storms

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Saturday, January 7, 2012

 
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