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Jamies Comfort Food by Jamie OliverJamies new cookbook brings together 100 ultimate comfort food recipes from around the world. Its all about the dishes that are close to your heart, that put a smile on your face and make you feel happy, loved, safe and secure. Inspired by everything from childhood memories to the changing of the seasons, and taking into account the guilty pleasures and sweet indulgences that everyone enjoys, its brimming with exciting recipes youll fall in love with.
Jamies Comfort Food is all about the food you really want to eat, made exactly how you like it. With this in mind, the book features ultimate versions of all-time favourites, and also introduces cherished dishes from countries around the world, providing a delicious recipe for every occasion. This isnt everyday cooking this is about weekends, holidays, celebrations and occasions. Whether youre home alone, or sharing the love with a big group of family or friends, there really is something for everyone.
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Recipes include everything from mighty moussaka, delicate gyoza with crispy wings, steaming ramen and katsu curry to super eggs Benedict, scrumptious sticky toffee pudding and tutti frutti pear tarte tatin.
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Scrumptious sticky toffee pudding
Sticky toffee pudding With loads of lovely sauce. Vegetarian v. Would you rather see the US version? Would you rather see the Australian version? Would you rather see the German version? Would you rather see the Dutch version? Sticky toffee pudding With loads of lovely sauce Vegetarian v.
S TP, as it's known to aficionados ie me sounds like the ultimate school dinner staple; stodgy, gooey and unapologetically sweet, it's just the thing to set you up for a game of lacrosse, a page of trig, and a whole trunk full of itching powder, apple pie beds and other such jolly wheezes. But you won't find Enid Blyton's schoolgirls tucking into sticky toffee pud after lights out, or Billy Bunter scoffing the stuff from his tuck box, because, as every food nerd will tell you, it was invented in the s by Francis Coulson of the Lake District's Sharrow Bay Hotel. Mr Coulson may well have been even better at publicity than he was at puddings, however, because according to Simon Hopkinson , the late and "legendary" chef once admitted to him that he'd adapted the idea from one Mrs Martin of Lancashire. Some years later, this good lady's son contacted Hopkinson to tell him she'd been given the recipe by a Canadian friend, which makes sticky toffee pudding about as British as flipper pie a fact to bear in mind next time it comes up at a pub quiz as long as you don't mind being the kind of contestant who quibbles with the official answers. No matter, wherever it comes from, I'm glad it made the trip. Although it's often lumped in with similarly lumpen dishes involving syrup and treacle, STP is actually much more like a giant muffin than a sponge pudding, made with a distinctly liquid batter, rather than a creamed mix of butter, sugar, eggs and flour.
Sticky toffee pudding is the ultimate British treat. Soft and sticky dates give this pud its unmistakably fudgy taste and texture (although we're not.
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You must be logged in to add a private note. Login Register. You are going to love this pudding it has a rich, fantastic flavour and the sauce is amazing. Fresh Medjool dates are best to use, but dried ones work well too. Dietary Consideration halal, kosher, peanut free, soy free, vegetarian. Taste and Texture buttery, creamy, fruity, rich, spiced, sweet. Leave to stand for a couple of minutes to soften, then drain.