Here we are in high summer, and it seems to be going just right. Slow. Lazy. Everyone’s out of town. My hot yoga class is empty (because only crazy people like me want to do hot yoga on a hot day). I’m nursing a sunburn and rocking some uneven tan lines. Finished Lena’s book last week. The locusts outside are screeching in unison every evening.
Aubergine fritterswith coriander chutneywith coriander chutneyServes 6, as a starter or snackCooks In25 minutesDifficultyNot too trickyNutrition per servingCalories 243 12 Fat 16.7g 24 Saturates 3.7g 19 Sugars 3.9g 4 Salt 0.4g 7 Protein 7.7g 15 Carbs 16.8g 6 Fibre 4.3g -Of an adult& 39;s reference intakeIngredients150 g gram flour , (see tip)½ teaspoon hot chilli powder2 teaspoons cumin seeds , toasted1 teaspoon ground coriander½ teaspoon dried mango powder , (see tip)4 long or 2 small classic auberginessunflower oil15 curry leavesCORIANDER CHUTNEY1 lime1 fresh green chilli150 ml plain yoghurt1 bunch of fresh coriander25 g freshly grated coconutRecipe FromJamie MagazineBy Joss HerdMethodFirst make the chutney.
Apple sponge puddingWith vanilla & mixed spiceWith vanilla & mixed spiceServes 4 to 6Cooks In50 minutesDifficultyNot too trickyNutrition per servingCalories 273 14 Fat 3.6g 5 Saturates 0.9g 5 Sugars 47.7g 53 Salt 0.3g 5 Protein 5.7g 11 Carbs 58.9g 23 Fibre 3.7g -Of an adult& 39;s reference intakeIngredientsunsalted butter , for greasing6 eating apples100 g sugar2 large free-range eggs1 teaspoon vanilla extract60 g self-raising flour½ teaspoon mixed spiceicing sugar , for dustingRecipe FromJamie MagazineBy Kate McCulloughMethodPreheat the oven to 180ºC/350ºF/gas 4 and grease a 1.
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Happy Sunday! I’m sharing these fluffy whole wheat pumpkin pancakes too late for breakfast this morning, but the recipe has actually been available here since 2010. It’s actually one of my oldest recipes, and one of my favorites for fall.These pumpkin pancakes taught me that whole grain pancakes can be every bit as tasty and fluffy as pancakes made with regular flour.
Who doesn’t love toast? Whether it’s sweet or savoury, there is always something in the Food Team cupboard to top a slice of warm toast. Simply spread with salted butter to have with soft-boiled eggs, or rub hot toast with a cut garlic clove to have alongside a bowl of soup – to transform some ordinary toast into the extraordinary.