Cauliflower leaves and stems. Do you use them? Use as a vegetable, put in curries, stews and casseroles. Or I’ve found finely shredding them using the food processor gives me loads of ways to use them up.
Crisp, shredded Brussel sprouts, with sliced carrot, dried cranberries, walnuts and a cranberry dressing. Light and delicious
This rice can be dialed up to be VERY coconutty, which is how I first had it, or made more subtle. I really liked it super coconutty
When making puchkas, I was pretty sure it would work as a main course in a pastry case. And let me tell you, it worked beautifully!
In these times of stripped supermarket shelves, recipes using minimal ingredients are even more useful that normal
A couple of side dishes. Potato and onion layer, Carrot and swede mash
I love this. Such everyday vegetables transformed by a few spices. Goes with many things, can be used as a side dish or a main. Freezes really well
The U3A cookery group came round today. We did 3 recipes this time, including this one, stuffed potato cake. 2 potato cakes is the recommended portion size. It isn’t many calories, but 2 really is enough The recipe uses a potato dough and it has spiced vegetables...
Sharp apples baked with butter, ginger and soy. Must be firm apples, not Bramleys. Amazingly good. Will work equally as well with pears
Cipolline in Agrodolce or Onions in Sweet and Sour Sauce. Cipolline is pronounced chip-oh-LEE-nay and is a flat type of onion used in Italy for this dish.
Had the U3A cookery group here yesterday. As usual, we fitted in lots of different recipes in our two hours. As well as a couple of made up things, I wanted to try some recipes from a new book. I saw a couple of recipes from Izy Hozzack in the paper and liked the look...
These are just some of the things I have made using Magic Dough. I’m sure there will be others!