Nothing beats a warm fruit crumble, especially as the weather gets chillier and the evenings draw in. Here are our favourite recipes with a classic crumble topping
9 Food Ambassadors from Jamie Oliver’s Foundation network put their twist on his recipe for One-cup blueberry pancakes
Flour is an invaluable ingredient with so many uses in the kitchen. It’s essential for everything from sponge cakes to flaky pastry, golden batters or for thickening sauces. Different flours behave in different ways, so here’s our guide for getting the most from your flour.
Mastering the homemade doughnut is easier than you might think, and can produce some seriously delicious results. Here are four doughnut recipes that demonstrate the many sides to this favourite fried treat.
Each month, we take two kitchen skills and put them together to produce one delicious recipe. This month, we’re looking at making the perfect percolated coffee, and how to use a bain-marie. Once you’ve got these two skills under your belt, you can put them into practice with this incredible chocolate and coffee cake (which just happens to be gluten free).
Chocolate cake is an old-school classic that everyone should have a go at. Super-light sponge decorated simply with cream and seasonal fruit, this version is an epic – but easy – bake that always hits the spot. Here we’ve rounded up our top tips for the perfect chocolate cake, ready for the next time you need a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.
Get perfect, fluffy Yorkies every time with our best-ever recipe for this Sunday roast classic. Once you’ve mastered the basic batter you can get creative and experiment with other recipes, we’ve included two here to get you started!
ROYAL GEORGIE SNAP BISCUITS Wrap up these gorgeous stained glass biscuits to give to your Valentine. Make it personal and choose whichever biscuit shapes you prefer. PASSION BERRY CHOUX BUNS Push the boat out and try your hand at a bit of French patisserie! The hidden pink centres make a lovely Valentine’s surprise – these Read the full article…