These comforting golden pies are all the more tasty as the ingredients are cooked separately so they each retain their character.
The chamomile gives a delicate fragrance to this panna cotta though you can experiment with all kinds of flavourings, using the base recipe as the starting point.
This makes a beautiful and delicious starter that will most certainly surprise your dinner guests.
Don’t be tempted to fry the chips only once, the key to a deliciously crispy and golden chip is in cooking them in three stages.
Tapenade might seem an unusual ingredient in a dessert, but the olives suit the strawberry surprisingly well.
The slush of your childhood with a twist, a fun drink for a retro dinner party. You can replace the beetroot and vinegar with other savoury ingredients such as tomato and paprika.
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