can fry these off once and they can be enjoyed hot, they will still be delicious although I
the mix has come to the boil reduce the heat until you get a few fast bubbles in the pot. Crack the eggs into little mugs with handles, now carefully lower the mug into the water and allow water to come into the mug and then slowly tip the egg with a little flick motion which should help give you a tear drop shape. Reduce the heat now so there are no bubbles and allow the egg to cook for around 2 minutes or until firm but you can still feel a bouncy yolk.
Add a slice of Parmaham, sun dried tomatoes and some rucola . Add water and olive oil and stir with a wooden spoon Knead about 10 minutes into an elastic dough Divide into 4 equal pieces Roll the dough into a Piadina Pre heat a skillet and bake the Piadina 1 to 2 minutes per side Put shredded mozzarella on one half of the Piadina
there's a bit of nostalgia still left with it, nowadays i'm less inclined to having sugary ketchup on my huevos, but this homemade ketchup recipe is a perfect balance, and has a touch of chutney flavour from a dash of curry powder
Chop up the potatoes into thin slices & toss with oil and black pepper. The chicken even tastes amazing reheated the next day which means it's great for cooking in bulk and either taking to work with you or having it for a super quick dinner throughout the week
I have had it about five months now and I use it every single day, the only thing that I don’t bake in it is cakes and bread – I did try to bake a loaf in it and it was a disaster, it was like a lump of lead – It is too small to bake any of my cakes in but I did try scones and they turned out fabulous
Season with black pepper. There's nothing like a creamy, hearty mac and cheese to tuck into on a cold night and this delicious pasta recipe has the brilliant addition of leftoverham, bringing both texture and flavour