BREAD & BUTTER PUDDING⠀
I know that some people think of panettone as that lame "host" gift that you seem to get stuck with every holiday season, but I love it. Just opening the wrapping and releasing that delicious aroma of vanilla and dried fruit makes me happy. This recipe from Jamie Oliver's Christmas Cookbook takes that panettone and turns it into a bread and butter pudding, along with dark chocolate and bitter marmalade. ⠀
A tart tin with a removable base is lined with strips of the panettone, squished down to make a crust. Torn up pieces of panettone are briefly soaked in custard, then added to the tart along with chocolate and blobs of marmalade, pouring in more of the custard. The whole thing is baked until firm and golden and your house smells amazing. ⠀
This pudding was so good (very rich, but whatever), but the recipe is a bit of a nightmare. I would hate to be making this for the first time on Christmas day! First of all, despite making sure that the "crust" was completely covering the bottom of the tart pan, the custard leaked out from the bottom almost right away. I baked it standing in a roasting tin and thank god I did because even more leaked out. I also ended up using much more panettone than the recipe called for. Next time, I would just bake it in a pie dish and feel a lot less stressed. Also, the leftovers get a bit gummy, so plan on eating it all at once.
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better than elf's christmas spaghetti
JAMIE OLIVER'S CHRISTMAS COOKBOOK⠀
For years now, we've watched Jamie Oliver's Christmas specials - although mainly in bed on Boxing Day for some reason. One year we managed to make some fancy compound butter from his recipe and serve it over baby new potatoes for Christmas dinner, but that's it. Otherwise, Jamie and Christmas have mainly been about entertainment instead of actual practice. But I was pretty excited to make some of his recipes this week!⠀
This compendium collects 17 years worth of Jamie's favourite holiday recipes, from pre-dinner bevvies to the big bird, and gravy to gifts. The order is a bit strange, with salads coming after desserts, so I'd definitely recommend flipping through the whole book for ideas for your holiday menu. ⠀
Most of us are not going to take too many risks with the main protein for Christmas Day (or Eve) - we've got our preferred method for the turkey, ham, pork roast, whatever. But nibbles, sides, cocktails and leftovers are all fair game, and there's lots of fun ideas in here. ⠀
But the recipes themselves are hit-and-miss. Nothing about them was too complicated, and the list of ingredients is nothing out of the ordinary. But of the three dishes I made, one was great, one was really good but the recipe had a lot of problems, and the third was a big fail. I expect more from Jamie Oliver. I expect recipes that work every time. Is that so crazy? ⠀
For a lot of people, holiday meals are high-stakes; they're stressful and you only want to be cooking the most dependable of recipes. So for that reason, I can't really recommend this book to anyone other than the biggest Jamie fan, and to those that have the time to do a trial run with their dishes before the big day. ⠀
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BLUEBERRY CORNMEAL BUTTER CAKE FOR BREAKFAST 🙌🏼💙🎂 and happy Hanukkah!!! Straight from the @smittenkitchen
cookbook and it couldn’t be more simple...although I somehow messed up the topping and the blueberries sunk a bit (Paul & Mary would’ve called me out!) but the final product is fluffy, sweet and deliciously corny 😊😊
Zucchini, mushrooms, tomatoes, sweet peppers & onions over a quinoa & green pea fusilli. Oh & garlic herb baguette fresh out the oven 🤤🤤 dinner was the bomb 💣💣
Do you like to roast veggies or would you rather eat them raw? 🥕🍆🥔If you haven't tried roasting vegetables before then I highly encourage you give it a try. Roasting brings out the natural sweetness of vegetables as they caramelize in the heat resulting in a delicious aroma and taste.😋⠀
To roast your vegetables, drizzle some olive oil, dash of salt, and your favorite herbs like thyme or oregano. 🌱Coat the vegetables well then line them in a baking sheet. Make sure the oven is preheated to at least 375F, then place the baking sheet in the oven until the vegetables are lightly browned and tender.⠀
Vegetables like carrots, parsnips, peppers, onions, squash, and potatoes are all great for roasting🥔🥕🍆🍠. What's your favorite vegetable to roast? Let me know below! 👇🏻
What are we cooking next at JTF?
Penne Carbonara - my ultimate favorite meal to make & it only takes 30 mins to makes & ONE POT! •
1) Fill a large pot with water sprinkle in a generous pinch of salt and bring it to a boil.
2) In a large nonstick skillet with high sides, preheat the olive oil over medium high heat, add the bacon and cook for a few minutes until the bacon starts to cook and crisp at the edges but it’s not totally cooked. Add the onions, season with a little salt and good amount of freshly cracked black pepper and cook for about 5 minutes or so.
3) In a small bowl whisk together the eggs, cream and parmiggiano reggiano, season with a little salt and a good amount of black pepper.
4) At this point the pasta should be perfectly cooked al dente and drain it well
5) Remove the skillet with the bacon mixture from the stove and add in the drained pasta. Working very quickly, add in your sauce and mix until every strand of spaghetti is covered with that velvety sauce.
6) Plate up right away and enjoy!
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