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#611 Tue 18 Dec 12 1:18pm

wgiles01

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

i watched one your programmes on cooking a sea bream with capers/yellow peppers/prosecco recipe from Sicily.cooking was done on a house boat for a christening

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#612 Tue 18 Dec 12 1:19pm

wgiles01

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

to continue...
i can't find the recipe!!
desperate as i loved it
starter was asparagus wrapped in pancetta and anchovies?
yummmmmm

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#613 Tue 18 Dec 12 2:29pm

Unghie64

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi Jamie

I'm a great fan of your cooking.  I love salads and like the way you turn them out.  Can you please tell me exactly the model name and the make of your food processor you use on these 30 minute cooking programmes.  ASAP.

Many thanks
Unghie64

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#614 Tue 18 Dec 12 6:50pm

hippytea

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How do you make cauliflower into a steak? Do you chop it and push it back together as a sort of burger type thing? If so, what do you bind it with and do you use a coating?

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#615 Wed 19 Dec 12 11:44am

Ashen

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

hippytea wrote:

How do you make cauliflower into a steak? Do you chop it and push it back together as a sort of burger type thing? If so, what do you bind it with and do you use a coating?

you cut it so it looks something like this.
http://www.burntcarrots.com/wp-content/ … k-Pic2.jpg

you roast it hot and then brush on the glaze  a few minutes before the end of cooking. .  As long as you like cauliflower it is a pretty easy , but somewhat  unusual side.


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#616 Wed 19 Dec 12 6:52pm

Thistledo

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

A gadget question please.  Anyone possess a Tefal Actifry frier?  If so, your comments please and its capabilities.
Ta, in anticipation.

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#617 Thu 20 Dec 12 1:54am

cmcconnell1031

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I have looked everywhere from Cranberry Jam, for Turkey Wellington, where do I get it???  Can I use Cranberry Sauce or Jelly???

Thanks
Carole

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#618 Thu 20 Dec 12 7:51am

Thistledo

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cmcconnell1031.  Never seen cranberry 'jam', as such.  Cranberry Sauce is the one to look for.  You should find it in your supermarket with other sauces.  Happy hunting.  Oh and welcome to the forum.

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#619 Thu 20 Dec 12 8:31am

TerryKay

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

I've seen a recipe using Bitter Gourd (Bitter Melon or Karela) and one of the ingredients is Asafoetida (Hing). Can anyone that has had experience with it, tell me about it and a possible substitute?
Thanks. crossed


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#620 Thu 20 Dec 12 8:41am

hippytea

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

I don't think there's any substitute for asafoetida. It's one of the spices used in curry mixes and it has a very distinct flavour. If you can't get it, you'll probably just have to leave it out. But it would be worth trying to find it - if you can't find it in supermarkets, try an Asian shop or supermarket if you have one near you.

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