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From chicken kara-age to tonkatsu, let's fry up a deliciously sophisticated storm with these Japanese-inspired crunch items!
1. Prawn and pork pancake with caramelised onions and crispy noodles (okonomiyaki) Arguably one of the best snacks to accompany a cold beer, okonomiyaki is a time-honoured favourite in Japan. This recipe combines prawn and pork, crispy noo...
Crisp on the outside, soft and gooey on the inside, shake your whisk and meringue your way to baking genius.
The finale of French week on #TheChefsLine was decided by the French dessert, vacherin. Meringue, ice-cream, sorbet and coulis, basically a French pavlova and it's a star! Get this winning recipe here.Pistachio, vanilla and raspberry vache...
We turn to the fruit bowl to be duck's trusty sidekick.
The French love cooking with duck and in case you missed the duck challenge on #TheChefsLine, watch it right here. You might side with spuds, sweet and sour accompaniments of caramelised onions or a balsamic reduction, maximise your crisp...
It wouldn't be French week on #TheChefsLine if there wasn't a soufflé on the rise. If you're partial to the light touch then triumph with these incredible bakes.
Named after the French word souffler, meaning to puff or blow, soufflés came about in the late 1700s in France, when chefs began experimenting with meringue. We carry the baton and keep up the experimenting with a few of our own soufflé se...
We go right to the base-ics of so many soups, stews and casseroles and buying your stock might just be a thing of the past with these easy recipes.
1. Vegetable Always great to have a vegetable stock on hand. It’s easy to make and is good to use when you wish to add extra flavour but don’t want a meaty taste. It freezes well and it’s also a handy way to use up stray vegetable scraps. ...