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A serious Sunday morning brunch! I grew up with raisin bread considered a real treat in my family. Eaten simply as bread or toasted (but always with lashings of butter!), it is a fond food memory for me. Raisin loaf, with a bit of ‘French Toast’ treatment, works wonderfully well with delicious bacon from Harrington’s Smallgoods and caramelised apples from Pernel Fruitworld. Makes 6 portions Step 1. Honey Cinnamon Butter Ingredients: 1t ground cinnamon2t ground ginger250 gms unsalted butter (softened)4T honey Method: Place the butter, honey, cinnamon and ginger into a medium sized bowl and beat until butter is combined...
Inspired by one of my favourite bed time stories, this is a great spin on a classic brunch dish. Serves 6 Step 1. Pesto Hollandaise Ingredients: 4 Benniks free range egg yolks2T lemon juice350g butter (melted warm)5T of basil pesto1 handful of baby spinach (washed & stems removed)Sea saltFreshly ground black pepper Method: Blitz the egg yolks, lemon juice and sugar for a few seconds with a hand held wand blender or food processor and then in a slow steady stream add the warm melted butter until it is all incorporated creating a rich thick hollandaise. Now add the pesto...
Like all great dishes, even a simple Cheese Burger rises out of the ordinary when you use great products in its preparation. These burgers will quickly become a classic family favourite. Step 1. Beef Patties 1 kg Harrington's premium beef mince4 T of Zoe's Garden Spiced Tomato Jam1 Benniks free range egg1 Benniks free range egg yolk1 cup of bread crumbs1 onion Sea salt & fresh black pepper Method: Place the beef mince, tomato jam, whole egg and yolk along with the bread crumbs and diced onion in a bowl. Add a liberal amount of sea salt and fresh black pepper. Using...
I have made this dish twice in the last week. It came about solely because I had some romesco sauce left in the fridge from another dish I made recently. With fresh asparagus and the warm runny egg, it’s seriously good and would make a great Xmas or Boxing Day brunch! Step 1. Romesco Sauce Ingredients: 1/3cup extra virgin olive oil1 cup stale crusty baguette (diced)3 garlic cloves (roughly chopped)2 red peppers (roasted, peeled and rough chopped)4 ripe tomatoes (blanched, deseeded and rough chopped)1/2 cup almonds (toasted and skins removed)3Tbsp sherry vinegar¼ cup Italian parsley (finely chopped)1tsp smoked paprika (Dulce/Sweet)1 pinch hot chilli powderSea salt...
This salad is the perfect contrast of salty blue cheese, sweet pear, fresh mizuna and the crunchy texture and deep nutty flavour of the walnuts. Serve this as a side dish or a terrific first course. Step 1. Crispy Walnuts Ingredients… Canola Oil150 gm walnuts Method… Pour the oil into a small saucepan and heat to a medium temperature. Add the walnuts and fry until they have a light golden brown colour. Stir often. Remove the walnuts from the oil before they reach your desired colour, as they will continue to cook slightly once removed. Place on a paper...
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