2 Potato and Leek Soup 200g potatoes 1 leek 12.5g margarine 1 chicken stock cube 500 mls water pinch of mixed herbs salt and pepper 1. Wash potatoes. Wash leeks 2. Peel potatoes and cut into thin slices or small cubes. 3. Shred leeks 4. Melt margarine and sauté potatoes and leeks for 3 minutes 5. Add stock and herbs. 6. Bring to the boil and simmer for minutes. 7. Liquidise or serve as it is.. Microwave Instructions 1. This soup can also be cooked in the microwave oven 2. Cook in a large glass bowl, sauté vegetables for one minute add other ingredients and cook for 15 minutes,
3 Chicken Noodle Soup 2 pints water 1 chicken breast 1 small onion 1 small carrot 1 piece celery 25g egg noodles 1 spring onion 1 tablespoon sweet corn 1. Make stock by adding onion, carrot, celery and chicken to the water and bring to the boil. 2. Put lid on pan and leave to simmer as long as possible at least an hour. 3. Strain stock and return to pot. 4. Skin chicken. Chop and shred chicken into small pieces return to stock 5. Cook noodles in stock till soft approx 10 min 6. Add sweet corn and chopped spring onion. 7. Serve. You can make this soup very quickly using 2 chicken stock cubes, 2 pints of water, Bring to the boil, add cooked shredded chicken, add frozen or tinned sweetcorn, simmer 5 minutes and at the last minute add chopped spring onion.
4 Carrot and Courgette Soup 30ml oil 1 chopped onion 125g sliced carrots 125g sliced courgettes 25g flour 200ml vegetable stock 200ml milk 2.5ml pepper 1. Put all prepared vegetables and oil into pot, cook over a low heat for 5 minutes. 2. Add flour then gradually stir in the stock and pepper. 3. Bring to the boil, then simmer for 15 minutes. 4. Add milk. 5. Liquidise until smooth. 6. Re-heat and serve. Garnish with chopped parsley, or a swirl of cream if wished.
5 Minestrone Soup 1 rasher bacon chopped 1 small onion chopped small clove of garlic-chopped 1 small carrot diced 1 stick of celery sliced 1 piece turnip diced or cabbage shredded 1 teaspoon chopped parsley 1 small tin peeled tomatoes 500 ml ham stock 15g spaghetti seasoning 1. Prepare vegetables and bacon. 2. Fry the bacon gently in the pan until the fat runs out. 3. Cook the onion and the garlic in the bacon fat. 4. Stir in the carrot, celery, and turnip 5. Cook for 2 minutes. 6. Add the tomatoes and stock. Bring to the boil, cook 10 minutes. 7. Break the spaghetti into short lengths. Add the spaghetti, stir well and cook for a further minutes 8. Test for readiness, add parsley and seasoning.
6 Lentil Soup (Makes 4 portions) 225g lentils (soaked) 2 small onions (chopped) 1 medium carrot (grated) 700ml ham stock To make in a microwave 1. Put lentils, carrot, onion and stock in a bowl 2. Cover with microwave cling film, pierce and cook on HIGH for 10 minutes. 3. Carefully remove cling film, stir and return to the oven for another 10 minutes on HIGH 4. When the soup is cooked, liquidise and serve. To make soup in a pot 1. Gently fry the lentils in a dessertspoon of oil. 2. Add carrots and onions and stock. 3. Bring to the boil, then simmer gently till lentils are soft and vegetables are cooked. 4. Liquidise before serving
7 Flapjacks 50g margarine 50g sugar 1 rounded tablespoon syrup 115g rolled oats 1. Grease a small round tin (or half a swiss roll tin); Set oven to Gas Mark 4/180 o C. 2. Melt margarine, sugar and syrup in a small pot, stirring all the time. 3. Gradually stir in the oats. 4. Press mixture into tin and smooth down mixture using the back of a wet wooden spoon. 5. Bake until golden brown. 6. Allow to cool and firm up a little before cutting.
8 Chelsea buns Sweet dough 400g strong flour 50g caster sugar 50g margarine 1 egg 2 tablespoon milk powder 5ml measuring spoon yeast tepid water to mix Filling 2 tablespoons sultanas 50g sugar 25g margarine 1x5ml spoon mixed spice Equipment Table mixer 4. Beat the dough until smooth and rounded about 1-2 minutes. 5. At this point the dough can be put into plastic bag and frozen or stored in the fridge overnight. To complete Chelsea buns 1. Place sugar, sultanas, and spice in a bowl, mix together. 2. Divide dough in two. 3. Roll out each piece into a rectangle 0.5 cm thick. 4. Dot little pieces of margarine evenly over the dough. 5. Spread fruit mixture over dough and press in lightly with the back of a spoon. 6. Roll up like a Swiss roll. 7. With a sharp knife, cut into slices and arrange on a baking tray. 8. Allow to rise before baking at Gas mark 7, 22 o C for minutes till golden brown. 1. Sieve flour into bowl, rub in margarine. 2. Stir in caster sugar, milk powder and yeast. 3. Make a well in the centre of flour, add beaten egg Use the dough hook and run the mixer. Add enough tepid water to give a soft, elastic dough.
9 Pakora (Using a deep fat fryer) Half a small onion 1 potato 50g gram flour pinch of salt 1 level tsp curry powder 1 teaspoon turmeric ¼ tsp bicarbonate of soda 1.25g chilli powder milk to mix Dipping Sauce 3 tsp tomato sauce 1 tsp Worcester sauce squeeze of lemon juice 2. Gradually add enough milk to make a smooth batter. 3. Chop the onion finely and grate the potato. 4. Stir the vegetables into the batter. 5. Heat fat to the correct temperature. 6. Drop batter into the fat using a long handled spoon. 7. Fry until golden brown, turning frequently. 8. Drain on kitchen paper, Keep warm in a low oven. 9. Mix ingredients for sauce. Serve in as small bowl. Cooked chicken or mushrooms can added to the pakora batter. 1. Sieve the curry powder, flour turmeric, chill bicarbonate of soda and salt into a bowl.
10 Pancakes 100g self raising flour (or one flat teacup) ¼ teaspoon of cream of tartar ¼ teaspoon of baking powder 6 teaspoons of caster sugar 1 dessertspoon golden syrup 1 egg milk to mix 1. Grease multi cooker or frying pan slightly and set at medium heat. 2. Sieve dry ingredients together 3. Add egg, mix for a minute using hand blender or hand mixer 4. Put four spoonfuls of the mixture onto the pan 5. Turn when the first side is golden brown and bubbles on the top burst. 6. Cook on the second side 7. Cool in a clean tea towel 8. Repeat with the rest of mixture
11 Macaroni Cheese 150g macaroni 25g margarine 25g plain flour 75g Cheddar cheese (grated) 300ml milk salt and pepper pinch of dry mustard (optional) 1..Measure 1 litre of water into a pot and put it on the hob. When the water boils add the macaroni and one teaspoon of salt. Return to the boil and then reduce the heat a little so that the macaroni boils without spilling over. 2. Allow the macaroni to cook for 10 minutes or until soft. When cooked, carefully drain through a colander. 3. Meanwhile, prepare the sauce. In a large glass or china bowl, melt margarine in the microwave, HIGH for 1 minute 4. Stir in the flour then microwave, HIGH for 1 minute. 5. Stir well, then blend in the milk, a little at a time and beating well so that no lumps form. Microwave on HIGH for 2 minutes. 5. Remove bowl from microwave, stir well, then return on HIGH for 2 minutes. Repeat this step once more. 6. Add cheese, mustard, salt and pepper to the sauce, stir well until the cheese has melted, then add the macaroni. Carefully divide between the dishes.
12 Carrot and Orange Buns 100g carrots 100g SR flour 2.5ml spoon mixed spice 1 egg 2x 15ml orange juice about 15ml milk 75g margarine 75g caster sugar pinch of salt Equipment Hand mixer grater 1. Set oven Gas 4, 180C 2. Arrange cake cases in patty tins 3. Wash and peel and grate carrot 4. Use a mixer to mix together all the ingredients except carrot and milk 5. When the mixture is smooth use a wooden spoon to stir in the carrots. 6. Check consistency add milk if needed to make the mixture slightly soft. 7. Divide mixture into the cake cases. 8. Bake in centre of oven until risen and set.
13 Pizza Bread Base 250g flour 1 flat teaspoon salt 25g margarine 1/3 sachet yeast 150ml tepid water (approx) 1 rounded tablespoon dried milk powder Assembling the Pizza 1 tin tomatoes salt, pepper pinch of mixed herbs or oregano 100g cheese 50g mushrooms 1 onion 1 rasher of bacon 1. Rub margarine into flour until it resembles breadcrumbs. 2. Add salt, milk powder and stir. 3. Add yeast and stir. 4. Add water and beat well. 5. Knead till smooth. Put into an oiled freezer bag. 6. Leave to rise or freeze until needed. 7. Re-knead the dough, cut in two and shape into two circles. Leave on a greased baking tray to rise. 8. Drain the tomatoes. Grate the cheese. Peel and slice the mushrooms and onion and chop the bacon (if used). 9. Fry the onion and mushroom till soft. 10. Spread the tomatoes, cheese, salt, pepper, herbs, onion, mushrooms and bacon over the base. 11. Bake for minutes, gas mark 7, 220 o C until the base is cooked. Cool on a wire tray. Serve warm or cold with salad. You can change the topping on a pizza as you like, using for example chopped cooked meat or chicken, olives or peppers.
14 Cup Cake Puddings This recipe makes three individual puddings, perfect for a quick and easy dessert. A hand mixer can be used to speed up the creaming time. They are baked in the microwave using cups to mould the shape. If a larger number of puddings are needed, the recipe is easy to increase, but remember to bake just three at a time! 50g caster sugar 50g Self Raising Flour 50g Soft Margarine 1x5ml spoon water 1 egg 2 drops vanilla essence 3 x 15ml spoons of jam, lemon curd or syrup Equipment glass bowl and sieve cups scissors plastic scraper hand mixer 1. Grease three cups, then line the bottom of each with a small circle of non-stick baking paper. 2. Place 1 x 15 ml spoon of jam or syrup into each cup. 3. Sieve flour and sugar into bowl. 4. Add margarine, egg, vanilla essence and water. Cream until soft (2 mins max) 5. Divide sponge mixture between the three cups. 6. Place on the microwave turn table, evenly spaced and cook on Full power for 3 minutes. 7. Stand for three minutes. 8. Turn out the puddings and serve hot. Variation 2x 15 ml spoons of raisins or sultanas can be added to the mixture before creaming.
15 Sweet and Sour Vegetables with Noodles 1 medium carrot washed, peeled and cut into fine strips 1 medium onion peeled and diced 1 red pepper washed, deseeded and sliced 100g beansprouts rinsed 2x10 ml vegetable oil 4 pineappple rings 75g long grain rice Sauce 3X10mls sugar 3x10ml cornflour 1x15ml soy sauce 2x15ml vinegar 100ml pineapple juice 100ml water 1 Collect and prepare all ingredients 2 Add noodles to boiling slated water. Cook for 3-4 minutes or until soft. Drain and keep warm 3 Heat oil in wok and fry vegetables in the following order: carrots, onion, green pepper stir fry for 3 minutes. 4 Add beansprouts and pineapple, stir fry for two minutes 5 Blend cornflour in a little water and then add other sauce ingredients. Add to the wok stirring all the time until the sauce has thickened. 6 Serve sweet and sour vegetables on top of the noodles.
17 Speedy Pasta 100g pasta spirals 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 1 garlic clove 1 small onion 1/2 yellow or green pepper 50g mushrooms 200g chopped tomatoes 1 tablespoon tomato puree 50g cooked ham 2 tablespoons evaporated Milk 2 teaspoon dried or fresh basil Salt Pepper Equipment 2 Large pans Chopping board Vegetable knife Small bowl Plate Sieve Serving dish 1 Collect all ingredients. 2 Half fill a large pan and bring to the boil. Add ½ teaspoon salt 3 Add the pasta to boiling water and cook for minutes till soft then drain. 4 Slice the onion, crush the garlic, cut pepper into strips and mushrooms into slices. 5 Heat oil in a large pan and fry the onion, garlic and pepper for 3 minutes. Add mushrooms and continue to cook for 2 minutes. 7 Stir the tomatoes and puree into vegetables and simmer gently for 6 minutes, stirring frequently, until the vegetables are tender and the sauce has thickened. 8 Add the chopped, cooked ham, evaporated milk and basil to the sauce. Add the sauce to the pasta and warm through, mixing gently.
18 Lentil Curry (DHAL) 170g lentils 4 small onions 2 cloves garlic chilli powder 5 bay leaves ½ tsp cumin (metric spoons) 2 tsp salt 2tbsp oil Equipment Chopping board Sharp knife Pot and lid Wooden spoon 1 Chop 2 onions and garlic. 2 Add washed lentils, chopped onions and garlic to 1 pint of lightly salted water. Bring to boil. Simmer for 30 minutes, until soft and mushy. Add more water during cooking if necessary. 3 Chop remaining onions and fry in oil until soft. Add bay leaves. Chilli powder (to taste) and cumin and fry lightly. Remove bay leaves. 4 Add mashed lentils and mix thoroughly while reheating.
19 Focaccia (Italian Bread) 450g strong white flour 1 teaspoon salt 6g sachet instant yeast 1 teaspoon sugar 4 teaspoon sugar 300ml tepid water Topping 2-3 teaspoon olive oil ½ onion finely chopped or garlic 1 teaspoon rosemary 1 teaspoon sea salt 1 In a large bowl mix salt, sugar, flour and dried yeast. 2 Add olive oil and stir 3 Add cooled boiled water and mix to a soft dough. 4 Knead bread dough and then leave to rise in bowl, or place in a large oiled plastic bag in the fridge overnight. 5 Shape bread into two rounds (a flan ring can be used to shape these). 6 Leave to rise in a warm place, meanwhile chop onion or garlic. 7 Make dimples on top surface of the bread with finger. Carefully pour a little oil into each, scatter with onion and salt. Press fresh rosemary into holes. 8 When risen, bake in a hot oven Gas Mark 7, C for minutes.
20 Bread 250g strong flour white or wholemeal and white mixed 1 flat teaspoon salt 25g margarine 1 flat teaspoon sugar 1 rounded tablespoon dried milk powder 4g instant yeast approx. 150ml warm water. Meets the dietary targets: Eat more bread Eat more complex carbohydrate Eat more NSP (wholemeal bread) 1 Rub margarine into flour until it resembles breadcrumbs 2 Add sugar, salt, milk powder and stir 3 Add yeast and stir 4 Add water carefully and beat well 5 Knead until smooth. Put in a large lightly oiled plastic bag. 6 Leave to rise until nearly doubled in size. (Place in fridge if leaving it overnight.) ( don t tie the bag as the bread will expand) 7 Re-knead the dough; cut into 8 pieces and shape into rolls or two loaves. 8 Brush with milk and sprinkle poppy seeds on top if wished 9 Bake in a preheated oven, C or gas mark 7 for minutes.
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