Stuffed curried aubergines – Hello everyone! I’m so happy with this new recipe from Jamie Oliver. I’ve tried it and it was a success. It was delicious! Served with some naan bread.
I made this broccoli crustless quiche two weeks ago, following the recipe I saw online (https://www.onceuponachef.com/recipes/crustless-broccoli-quiche.html#tabbox). I mixed all the ingredients. We had it for breakfast and lunch.
It was a success that I did another version this weekend, mixing mushroom with spinach, adapted from this recipe (https://www.budgetbytes.com/spinach-mushroom-feta-crustless-quiche/#wprm-recipe-container-32976). Adapted because I used fresh baby spinach, thick milk and not at all strict with the amount in the recipe. It was also delicious!
Cauliflower tikka masala – We’ve just bought Jamie Oliver’s book “Veg” and we’ve been experimenting with some of its recipes. This one is cauliflower tikka masala with cauliflower, cashew nuts, mango chutney, youghurt, cumin, tikka masala, paneer cheese, onions, etc. It was delicious! Just follow his recipe, thanks.
Him Indoors is having dalgona coffee and I’m having dalgona matcha latte which I have made for the first time, thanks to YouTube recipes.
I’ve got this lovely recipe for beef – meltingly good! But you have to be patient as it takes 3 or 4 hours to cook. Here goes, for ingredients you need some shin of beef, bone out, some baby carrots, onions, 120ml Worcestershire sauce and 2 tbs of wholegrain mustard. Preheat the oven to 160degrees. Place a shallow pan on a high heat alongside another frying pan. Cut the beef in cubes and fry in with the bone. Fry the onions and carrots. When the meat is nicely coloured, tip it into the casserole pan, then stir in the Worcestershire sauce and mustard, and cover with boiling water. Cover and cook in the oven for 3 or 4 hours. Taste, season and serve. Serve with boiled potatoes and peas. Enjoy!