Curry & Spices, Nutritious Food 🍜🍱🍲🍝🍵Drink 🍹 Baking & Recipes, Quick & Easy Recipes, Vegetarian / Vegan

Keralan veggie curry with poppadoms, rice & minty yoghurt By Jamie Olivier

A perfect combo of cauliflower, chickpeas and pinepapple

“In Kerala lots of the curries are vegetarian, and all the better for it. Each mouthful is different as all the varied ingredients come together in different amounts – but always sweet, spiced and fragrant.”

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Cookies, Muffins, Pastries, Pies & Scones, Nutritious Food 🍜🍱🍲🍝🍵Drink 🍹 Baking & Recipes, Quick & Easy Recipes, Vegetarian / Vegan

Lincolnshire Poacher pie By Jamie Olivier

Filled with cheesy minted courgettes

“This amazing vegetarian pie with rich, crumbly pastry and served with sweet salt-baked shallots is on a whole other level. ”

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Nutritious Food 🍜🍱🍲🍝🍵Drink 🍹 Baking & Recipes, Vegetarian / Vegan

Vegan dim sum buns By Jamie Olivier

With a mushroom filling

These buns are some of the most addictive foods you’ll ever come across. Soft, melt-in-the-mouth buns then the sweet and salty mushrooms in the centre. You’ll be fending people off as you eat.

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Breakfast & Brunch, Eggs 🍳 Dishes, Nutritious Food 🍜🍱🍲🍝🍵Drink 🍹 Baking & Recipes

Eggy bread By Jamie Olivier

Crispy egg-fried bread

“A simple, versatile brekkie recipe that delivers big on the comfort front. I like to serve eggy bread simply with a few strawberries and a little natural yoghurt, but you can also try it with smashed avocado and grilled tomatoes, or stewed fruit with a dollop of yoghurt (just make sure you leave out the salt and pepper). ”

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Eggs 🍳 Dishes, Nutritious Food 🍜🍱🍲🍝🍵Drink 🍹 Baking & Recipes

Poached eggs By Jamie Olivier

Ingredients:4 large free-range eggs


🍳🍳 Half-fill a wide pan with boiling salted water, and bring it to a light simmer over a medium heat.

🍳🍳 Crack one of the eggs into a cup and gently pour it into the water in one fluid movement. Repeat with the rest of the eggs. You’ll see them begin to cook immediately – don’t worry if the edges look a little scruffy. Depending on the pan, a really soft poached egg should take around 2 minutes and a soft to firm one will need 4 minutes (it depends on the size of the eggs and whether you’re using them straight from the fridge).

🍳🍳 To check whether they’re done, remove one carefully from the pan with a slotted spoon and give it a gentle push with a teaspoon. If it feels too soft (use your instincts), put it back and give the eggs a minute or two more in the water to firm up.

🍳🍳 When they’re ready, remove them to some kitchen paper to dry off and serve with buttered toast and a sprinkle of sea salt and black pepper.

🥘🥘 Tips:

Use the best-quality eggs you can afford. Remember: the better the quality, the better the flavour. You can tell whether an egg is fresh by cracking it on to a saucer. If the yolk stands up and the white isn’t watery, it’s as fresh as a daisy. The simplest way to store eggs is in the box you buy them in. Egg shells are porous and can absorb the odours of other foods so try to keep them away from anything strong-smelling, like fish.

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