Recipe for Singapore noodles

Ingredients (feeds two) Two nests of dried noodles Vegetable oil One onion One pepper Two spring onions One small carrot Two cloves of garlic One tbsp of curry powder two eggs A splash of light soy sauce Sugar Method Cook the noodles according to the packet (usually by boiling) and leave to one side. ChopContinue reading “Recipe for Singapore noodles”

Recipe for the viral Tik Tok pasta

If you use Tik Tok you’ll have definitely seen this pasta on so many peoples pages! It’s a really easy recipe and you can add/alter it in so many different ways but here is the base of it! I’ll add a little note at the end with ideas to pimp your pasta up! Ingredients RigatoniContinue reading “Recipe for the viral Tik Tok pasta”

Recipe for homemade banoffee pie

Ingredients 150g butter 200g digestive biscuits 400g of dulce de leche (found in tins) 3 bananas (ripened) 300ml double cream 1tbsp icing sugar Cocoa powder / grated chocolate(for dusting) Method Melt the butter in the microwave (10 seconds at a time until melted). Crush the biscuits until they resemble fine crumbs. You can do thisContinue reading “Recipe for homemade banoffee pie”

Toad in the hole

Ingredients 12 sausages (meat or veggie) One large onion Dried thyme Salt and pepper to season 140g plain flour 4 large eggs 200ml of milk Vegetable oil Method Preheat the oven to 200degrees Heat up an oven proof dish with a little oil in. Crack the four eggs into a bowl and incorporate the flourContinue reading “Toad in the hole”

Recipe for Chinese chicken curry

The image I’ve used for this is the curry sauce from this recipe but using a crispy fried chicken rather than chicken breast. To make this you just need to fry your chicken pieces in oil after coating in egg and cornflour. Ingredients (serves four) 2 large white onions (one for the curry and oneContinue reading “Recipe for Chinese chicken curry”

Recipe for lasagne

*I never use a recipe for lasagne, it’s something I learnt whilst taking GCSE cooking and it’s what I did for my year 11 cooking exam that I got an A* in! I usually just guess the ingredients by eye and how the sauces look but I’ve tried to figure out the measurements for aContinue reading “Recipe for lasagne”