Perfect light pudding for the summer, tastes even better when the basil comes straight from the garden! Ingredients 80g basil leaves 500g caster sugar 250g mascarpone cheese 1.3 liters natural yogurt (never use low fat!) Method Blend the basil leave and sugar in a food processor until you have a thick, relatively damp,… Continue reading Fresh Basil Ice Cream
If you like Pina Colada….! Ingredients 1 fresh pineapple 1 can of light coconut milk 150g granulated sugar Juice of one lime 2tbls dark rum 1/2 tsp coconut extract Method Place all ingredients into a blender and mix until completely smooth Refrigerate the mixture in the blender jug until cool Blitz the mixture… Continue reading Pina Colada Sorbet
Whilst basic croissant dough can take some time to make, once it’s done, the difference between almond / chocolate / jam croissants doesn’t have to be finalised until the final stage o the process, so it’s good to keep your options open! Basic Dough Method See the Plain Croissants recipe for ingredients and method. Work through… Continue reading Flavoured Croissants
If Saturday is a quiet day, Sunday can be a really fatty one. I went to a class to learn how to make croissants in a little upstairs kitchen in the back streets of Singapore’s Little India, and I loved it. Sadly, as keeping cool is the key to success with this pastry, I was… Continue reading Croissants
Homemade pasta – simple, delicious, impressive!