Lemony almond, polenta and coconut cakes are one of my favourite cafe treats. Moist, zesty and topped with a thick drop of lemon icing – who wouldn’t want to be best friends with such tasty little things?
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They are extremely easy to make, provide for an effective presentation when entertaining and, best of all, they cost less than $6.50 per serve, including the side of veg.
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This is a great quick and easy lamb meal idea to cook during the week or to entertain friends with maximum effect and minimum effort.
This recipe is great for kids to make on their own or with a little assistance from grown ups. The result is moist cupcakes with fluffy light icing – perfect!
Wonderfully crisp on the outside, fluffy and moist on the inside. They go perfectly well with smoked salmon, crispy bacon or even caviar – a fancy Easter h’ordeuvres.
A delectably moist Easter kugelhopf that’s ‘spiked’ with egg liqueur and dotted with fudge pieces, and so easy to make!
With Easter only a week away, it’s high time to decorate the house with some beautifully coloured eggs and prepare (edible!) table decorations for the Easter weekend celebrations. You can achieve some amazing patterns and color combinations by using simple food dyes and a few household items or just your [...]
The fritters are nicely thick with a hint of apple pie flavours from the vanilla, cinnamon and green apples which are only slightly cooked in the process, retaining some of the gorgeous tartiness they have when raw.
Adapted from Mireille Guiliano’s French women don’t get fat. A magical leek soup that’s simple to make yet so beautifully satisfying for the tastebuds and the tummy.