Posts Tagged ‘Breakfast’

Idli with Coconut Dhal & Spicy Tomato Chutney

Idli with Coconut Dhal & Spicy Tomato Chutney In episode 3 of “Around the World with Manu” I visited the home of a beautiful family who offered to teach me how to make idli — one of the most famous

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Classic Apple Tarte Tatin

Tarte Tatin – Upside-down Caramelised Apple Tart My Mum’s tarte tatin is the best on the planet, and it’s the only one of her recipes I can never seem to replicate exactly — but I do try. The sweet, sticky

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Tomato, Goats Feta and Basil Quiche with Shortcrust Pastry

Quiche tomate cerise, basilic et fromage de feta I enjoy quiches straight out of the oven, as well as cold the next day. Just make sure you don’t overcook your quiche to keep it lovely and moist, otherwise it won’t

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Crepes with Lemon Sauce

Crêpes au citron My mother’s favourite dessert crepe, this is another perfect example of how simple can be great. Serves 4 INGREDIENTS 2 free-range eggs 3 teaspoons caster sugar 200 ml milk pinch salt 1/2 vanilla pod, halved lengthways, seeds

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Pain Perdu with Vanilla Ice-Cream & Figs

This version of French toast is a mix between the traditional version and a good English bread and butter pudding. The caramelised figs add a beautiful sweetness to this dessert.

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Goats Cheese, Rocket & Pancetta Quiche

Here, I’ve put a bit of a twist on the traditional quiche Lorraine, keeping the basic ingredients of cheese and meet but using different varieties. A quiche is the perfect picnic dish. It can be prepared the night before and

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My Mum’s Quiche Lorraine

Quiche Lorraine de ma maman A traditional quiche Lorraine is a great simple dish and I think it should be kept that way. I’m not a huge fan of the trend to throw everything into a quiche, so I think

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