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58. Moving House the Second 60. September in Review

September 29th, 2020

FOOD

Delicious Meals to Cook in the Future: Chilli Reliable, delicious, can be adapted to go with Nachos, Jacket Potatoes, anything really. Macaroni Cheese Get better at this, keep that sauce creamy, probably just need to do more sauce, and cook at a higher temperature for less time. Soups Curries (see below) Fajitas
From TAPAS
Huevos Estrellados Page 66. Potato, eggs, garlic, delish. Mix it up with chorizo, prawns, Sausage, padron, peppers. Pollo Con Anything You Could Imagine Pp. 76-84. Wings with sweet wine, Garlicky Chicken, Red Pepper Stew, Moorish, Spanish Olives, grapes and red wine and chestnuts. Croquetas de Jamon Page 90. Fried ham and bechamel balls. Yum. Waiting time for chilling the mixture. Get an oil thermometer? Migas Page 98. Fried bread with bacon, chorizo and black pudding. Carrilleras Estofadas Page 101. Braised Pork Cheeks. Gazpacho Page 146. I find it weird, apparently Spaniards love it, and mum does too. Gotta give it a go at some point, in summer maybe. Patatas a la Riojana Page 156. Potatoes with peppers and chorizo. Paella Valenciana Page 165. Buen provecho.
From MOB
Chipotle Shakshuka Speedy Page 12. Harissa Tomato Bruschetta Speedy Page 38. Mexican-Style Stuffed Sweet Potatoes Kitchen Page 36. Chicken Fajita Pilaf Kitchen Page 78. Simple Rice dish, essentially an easier risotto, favoured with smoked paprika and cumin. The Cheekiest Peri Peri Chicken Kitchen Page 126. Roast alternative, Nandos impression. Mob's Mighty Meatball Marinara Sub Kitchen Page 128. Key to meatballs is pork/beef mix, milky bread and egg yolks. The Ultimate Falafel Pittas Kitchen Page 130.
From GREAT BRITISH CHEFS
Starters:
Scallops, Green Chilli & Coriander Salsa, Peach & Buttermilk Page 48. Mostly curious about this flavour combination, seems very odd. Only long thing is draining the buttermilk, apart from that, a very quick and probably quite intriguing starter.
Mains:
Flattened Chicken Page 52. Great, do it with a roast. Main trick here seems to be cutting open the chicken to put garlic and thyme in, and adding quite a pit of water to the pan for cooking, easier basting at least. Octopus with Baby Potatoes, Pementon & Olive Oil Page 65. Sounds amazing if I can find an octopus, big tentacles are recommended. Lots of paprika and oil in this one so I'm a fan. Blanquette de Veau with Pilau Rice Page 73. If feeling up to the challenge, not impossible at all. Big warm dish for all the family, very creamy sauce, hearty. Paccheri with Lamb Ragu Page 97. Great Ragu, seems pretty standard. 'Nduja is cool. Uova al Purgatorio Page 99. Sounds amazing. Eggs in spicy tomato sauce. Lots of different egg cooking methods which is fun, got to be served with some really good bread, recommend toasted sourdough. Baharat & Lemon Roast Lamb with Black Sesame Sauce Page 110. Alternative to a roast, seems delicious, and not too hard to make. Need a griddle pan, hot. Sichuanese Aubergine Made 118. Quick, spicy, seems odd as a main but willing to risk it. Serve with rice. Crispy Chilli Beef Page 121. A very fancy version of the takeaway classic. Worth looking into for the frying technique if nothing else. Murgh Makhani Page 150. A simple classic. There's only so much you can so with butter chicken, so may as well do it as well as you can! Chargrilled Teriyaki Lamb Chops Page 154. A lamb chop recipe I can get on board with! Lots of teriyaki goodness. Another Griddle dish. Slow-roasted Pork Belly with Apple Sauce, Garlic Puree & Port Jus Page 181. Big long time recipe, lots of fridge resting, otherwise, a delicious belly recipe. Smoked Bacon Potato Cakes with Soft Egg Dressing Page 229. Yum! Simple starter, takes a while though, for a starter. Bouillabaisse Page 242. Give this bad boy another go, come at me Tom Aikens. Cullen Skink Page 250. Fish soup, but Scottish! Caramelised Parsnip & Coconut Soup with Parsnip Bhajis Page 274. YUM. Vegan and GF as well, so, peng. Soup on its own looks really good too.
Deserts:
Chocolate Fondant with Peanut Butter Ice cream Page 20. Not impossible. Need an ice-cream churner ideally. Dariole mould also? Otherwise all good. Chocolate Torte Page 33. Very simple, breadcrumbs in a chocolate cake is a revelation. Sea-salted Caramel Tart with Milk Chocolate Delish.
From JAMIE'S ITALY
Caponata Page 8. Sicilian Aubergine Strew. Pizza Page 52. Pizza Fritta Page 59. Pasta Page 90. Pasta al forno de pomodori e mozzarella Page 114. Pasta bake, make it good though or it's just school dinner. Good quality cheese and tomato for sure. Risotto Page 130 on. Aubergine, Seafood, White, Cauliflower, Mushroom, Gunnel and ricotta Polla alla cacciatora Page 222. Melanzane alla parmigiana Page 266. Curry Pastes from Jamie Oliver (online) I'm sure there a re better recipes out there but these will do asa starter... KORMA 2 gloves of garlic 5cm piece of ginger 1/2 tsp cayenne 1 tsp garam masala 2 tbsp groundnut oil 1 tbsp tomato puree 2 fresh green chillies 3 tbsp desiccated coconut 2 tbsp ground almonds 1/2 bunch fresh coriander 2 tsp cumin seeds 1 tsp coriander seeds JALFREZI 2 gloves of garlic 5cm piece of ginger 1 tsp turmeric 2 tbsp groundnut oil 2 tbsp tomato puree 1 fresh red chilli 1/2 bunch fresh coriander 2 tsp cumin seeds 1 tsp brown mustard seeds 1 tsp fenugreek seeds 1 tsp coriander seeds TIKKA MASALA 2 gloves of garlic 5cm piece of ginger 1 tsp cayenne 1 tbsp smoked pap 2 tsp garam masala 2 tbsp groundnut oil 2 tbsp tomato puree 2 fresh red chillies 1/2 bunch fresh coriander 1 tbsp desiccated coconut 2 tbsp ground almonds 2 tsp cumin seeds 1 tsp coriander seeds VINDALOO 2 gloves of garlic 5cm piece of ginger 4 dried red chillies 1 tbsp turmeric 3 tbsp groundnut oil 2 tbsp tomato puree 2 fresh red chillies 1/2 bunch fresh coriander 1 tsp black peppercorns 4 cloves 2 tsp coriander seeds 2 tsp fennel seeds 1 tsp fenugreek

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