We’ve shared a lovely Roasted Beetroot Soup recipe with you before, but did you know that beetroot is FANTASTIC in cakes? Yes, you heard us right! Get surprised by this quick and easy Beetroot & Parsnip Cake! It’s super easy, tastes absolutely delicious and will be ready in a flash.
After over 10 years of teaching here at the Edinburgh New Town Cookery School, we have made a lot of shortbread. And we mean, a lot! Probably enough to fill our kitchen and then some more. The reason is simple – this is how we greet our students at the beginning of each course. It’s a lovely tradition which resulted in so many requests to share our recipe. The great news is, it’s a quick and easy recipe which you’ll be able to recreate at home in a flash! Have a look at the video and follow Fiona for the most buttery, delicate shortbread you’ll ever try!
The wonderful smell of cinnamon and caramelising sugar wafting through your house is not the only bonus of these cinnamon buns. Once you try out this recipe, you will not be able to stop making these! They are perfectly soft, delicious and really fun to make, especially when you get creative with different ways of shaping them. Get your kids involved for some fun time in the kitchen! Don’t forget to check out the full video for the step by step process.
Instructions 1. Preheat the oven to 200°C / Fan 180°C / gas mark 6. Place a baking sheet in the oven. Melt the butter in a medium saucepan and carefully brush a 15cm soufflé dish or 6 ramekin dishes with it. Dust lightly with breadcrumbs. 2. Stir the flour, mustard and cayenne pepper into the […]
Instructions For the starter, beat the egg in a bowl and mix with enough warm milk to make up approximately 270-300 ml of liquid. Whisk in the yeast, sugar and flour until the mixture is well combined and set aside in a warm place for 30 minutes to sponge. Once this has happened make the […]
When you’re out of milk or there is a bit of a shortage like today, this lemonade scones recipe comes in very handy! Don’t be scared by the unlikely ingredient here, it makes for very airy, fresh and fluffy scones. It doesn’t matter if you’ll have them the Cornish way (with clotted cream first and […]