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Perhaps one of the most literary of foodstuffs, madeleines are surprisingly easy to make. These tiny scallop-shaped cakes are given a 21st century makeover with olive oil and pistachios - and a touch of yuzu if you have it. Dip into a steaming cup of tea and see what happens!

Perhaps one of the most literary of foodstuffs, madeleines are surprisingly easy to make. These tiny scallop-shaped cakes are given a 21st century makeover with olive oil and pistachios – and a touch of yuzu if you have it. Dip into a steaming cup of tea and see what happens! I didn’t grow up reading Marcel Proust. …

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A simple but spectacular side dish featuring Tenderstem®, pan-fried eggplant and a Japanese spiced miso-butter. A quick and easy vegetable recipe to go with fish, tofu and any east Asian meal. kelliesfoodtoglow.com

In collaboration with Tenderstem®. A simple but spectacular side dish featuring Tenderstem®, pan-fried eggplant and a Japanese spiced miso-butter. A quick and easy vegetable recipe to go with fish, tofu and any east Asian meal. In the lead up to Christmas, I’ve come to the conclusion that man (and woman) cannot live by panettone alone. …

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Cool down and fuel up with this energy-giving Activated #Turmeric & Mint Citrus-ade. Made with three citrus fruits, ginger and #turmeric, you and your family will want to sip this nutritious and delicious drink all summer long. #drinks #summer #nutrition #lemonade #citrus #recipe

Cool down and fuel up with this energy-giving Activated Turmeric & Mint Citrus-ade. Made with three citrus fruits, ginger and turmeric, you and your family will want to sip this nutritious and delicious drink all summer long. Today I’ve giving you my quick recipe to help keep you cool AND healthy. But first, a bit …

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Smoked paprika and vegan chorizo turn these kimchi pancakes into a craveable appetizer, lunch or light supper. Perfect for Valentine's Day and Pancake Day, too.

Smoked paprika and vegan chorizo turn these kimchi pancakes into a craveable appetizer, lunch or light supper. Perfect for Valentine’s Day and Pancake Day, too. Today, Pancake Day/Shrove Tuesday, the Internet is OBSESSED with pancakes. Stacks and stacks of them. Dripping with syrup, smothered in fruit, studded with chocolate chips. Perhaps perched on a milkshake …

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Health-enhancing ingredients mixed into a no-bake granola bar. Perfect for healthy snacking and lunch boxes. Vegan and easily gluten-free.

Marrying health with not only taste but ease and interest is something I aim for – most days. I’ve got better at it over the years, I think. Not only in my day-to-day cooking adventures but in recipe development for work, brands and here on my tiny slice of cyberspace. As we all seem to be …

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An easy starter for Easter, or a simple lunch with crispbreads, this Scandinavian-style recipe of smoked fish, horseradish yogurt cream and quick pickled samphire and cucumber ribbons is an easy way to impress.

In partnership with Waitrose. An easy starter for Easter, or a simple lunch with crispbreads, this Scandinavian-style recipe of smoked fish, horseradish yogurt cream and quick pickled samphire and cucumber ribbons is an easy way to impress. Today’s recipe is almost too simple to even call it a recipe. But I just have to share …

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This is the easiest and quickest way to make Gochujang - the essential Korean red pepper paste used in so many Korean dishes. Date syrup rather than honey or sugar is the key to adding the depth of flavour often missing in commercial brands. Not fermenting. Just five minutes, a few easily obtained ingredients. one pan and a jar.

If you like Korean food – or even Korean-style food – you will know about gochujang. It is the richly sticky, piquant spice paste essential to many Korean stews (jjigae), and of course the deeply sensory, sizzling stone bowl rice dish, bibimbap. It is also often added into the unofficial national South Korean dish, bulgogi. …

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Like us humans, plants long for light and warmth. In the depths of winter, both us and plants tend to hibernate – them waiting for the first pale, watery sunlight to unfurl tightly-knotted shoots; us hunkered down and longing to shed heavy jackets and wooly layers. Spring brings treasures of delicate flavours, blossoms and colours – curls …

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Many of my recipes are dreamed about, cogitated upon, mulled over and carefully contemplated before I even write them down. Most commonly I will think about recipes pretty much out of thin air, a kind of “what would happen if I combined this with this?” approach – the madder the better. But also, more prosaically, ideas are …

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Who doesn't love a bowl meal all to themselves? Why not treat yourself to this vegan version of the popular Korean dish, bibimbap? Easy to sort toppings including kimchi, stir-fried shiitake, fried egg and spicy chickpeas make this a nutritious, colourful and assertively umami-ish dish. Easily scaled up for feeding the family or friends.

I don’t know about you, but I am always hard-pressed not to order a colourful bowl of bibimbap when given a Korean menu. I always intend trying something different, but rarely do I get get past saying, “Bibimbap, please. Extra kimchi.” Fun to say and fun to eat. Meaning “mixed rice”, this sizzling, often stone bowl …

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