Jamie Oliver

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#661 Sun 30 Dec 12 4:00pm

VallieB

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi Jamie, I loved your JOOLS’ FAVOURITE SICILIAN TUNA FUSILLI when I had it recently in your Nottingham Restaurant. I would love to re-create it at home but cannot find it anywhere on your website, or anywhere else online or in your recipe books. Is this something you could release so I can enjoy again? I do not have one of your restaurants easily accessible to me, so would really like to have the ability to cook the dish myself. Many thanks Jamie, love your food!

Best wishes Valerie.

Happy New Year.  clap

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#662 Sun 30 Dec 12 8:28pm

hummmm

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I'm having meringue issues.. every time I make a meringue it doesn't become hard while baking and comes out all soft from the oven..I have tried pretty much everything, but with no result.. egg white beating skills seem to be fine, no problems there..Please help me for egg's sake, as I have wasted so many of them already in my 'I can beat this' attempts..thank you

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#663 Sun 30 Dec 12 10:38pm

Ian02054

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Hi...
I got your crumpie mix for xmas, but the directions are all faded on the back.....

How do you mix the recipie up??

Ian

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#664 Mon 31 Dec 12 12:51pm

burnalot

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Hi Jamie, i recently had an extension done to my kitchen ,so that i could store all your cookbooks,lol.

I got your 15 min meal book for xmas, too many cheats in it for  my liking, however i do understand the fastfood concept.

Heres my food question "how do i get perfect boiled basmati rice everytime"? its driving me insane  angry , happy new year

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#665 Mon 31 Dec 12 8:43pm

jennya1

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Hi my son is allergic to dairy, egg, fish, nuts and sesame seeds and every year i bake him a cake and instead of egg I use soya milk and soya butter so he doesnt feel left out but it doesnt rise. Is this because i dont use egg? and do u have an another reciepe i could use. Also do u do a book on dairy free recipies?

Thanks

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#666 Mon 31 Dec 12 8:55pm

wine~o

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hi jennya1
Welcome. to jamies forum...can I ask how old your son is ?? littleuns often grow out of childhood allergies...

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#667 Tue 01 Jan 13 10:30am

jennya1

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he i 9 tomorrow unfortunately had allergies sincehe was 10 months so not very likely. Been trying for years to bake a cake for him and it comes out wrong.

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#668 Tue 01 Jan 13 11:34am

mariskatitia

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In alot of your recipes you use coriander, i have tried it several times, but i hate the taste of it. I have found that many people suffer from this, you either love it or hate it..
Is there a herb that i can use instead of coriander?

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#669 Tue 01 Jan 13 11:50am

hippytea

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jennya1: there should be plenty of eggless cake recipes out there. Some use vinegar to make them rise - there are various methods to replace the rising effect of the egg. But you need to use a specific eggless cake recipe, don't try and adapt an existing cake recipe, as cake chemistry is complicated and it will go wrong.

Google "eggless cake", or better, "vegan cake," as that will be both egg and dairy free. I've eaten some fabulous vegan cakes, though I've never made one myself.

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#670 Wed 02 Jan 13 12:23am

jennya1

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ok thanks i will try that

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