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Rough Puff PastryRough puff pastry is a cheat’s way of making puff pastry, a QUICK AND EASY Puff Pastry, if you will. This only takes 30-45 minutes of your time (30 on a cold day and 45 on a hot summer day), and is just as good as classic puff pastry and tastes downright phenomenal! This method of making puff pastry takes short cuts, cutting down on the time it takes to make puff pastry – thus giving you a “rough” puff pastry. Cream of Spinach SoupThis soup was brought about by finding out what I didn't have in the freezer -which was a bag of frozen veg but I had a little bag of steamed veg and set about making it into a lovely lunch by adding little bits of this n that-some peas, some herbs,stock etc and 15mns later I had 2 filling bowls of this. The porridge thickened it and added some creaminess to it. The Spinach added fibre and the chilli a little heat. This can be adapted to feed 4 easily as it is very versatile. You too can easily adapt this to suit your families needs by bulking out with more stock,a little bit more vegetables or some chopped chicken, bacon or crunchy croutons. You can also use fresh or a bag of frozen veg if you prefer. Why not give this a try and let us know how you get on in the comments below. We love to hear your feedback xHalogen Roast Duck with stuffing.Duck is not just to have with Chinese pancakes. Its a delicious change to your Roast dinner and is as easy to cook as a chicken. I used a chestnut,cranberry and sausage stuffing (recipe on the website) to fill the cavity but you can just use a standard packet of stuffing mix if you prefer. I served it with the usual accompaniments, roast potatoes, mash, vegetables and a French onion soup gravy that I added some cranberry sauce to. Soup makes a superb gravy and as its already prepared, is a great time-saver. This will be a guaranteed winner with the family. You can adapt it to suit your families tastes so why not give this a try. Let us know how you get on in the comments below. We love to hear your feedback xKing Prawn LinguineThis is my go-to 10minute meal when I don't feel like cooking. There's very little cooking involved so its my version of fast food. Switching my usual spaghetti for Linguine and my usual basic prawns for King Prawns makes this just a little bit special. The creaminess of the soft cheese pairs really well with the Linguine(little tongues) as its known making the sauce rich and silky. This recipe is for 2 people but can easily be adapted to feed 4. Why not give this a try and let us know how you got on in the comments below. We love to hear your feedback x Cheese,Bacon & Leek Slow Cooked BreadThis recipe came about after my sister had told me she had bought a lovely bread with leeks in, and it was so yummy that I was hankering after it lol. So I had a rummage in the fridge and violà this came about. Now, confession time- I meant to add the cheese into the mix so it would be fully blended at the beginning. but forgot lol. So I added it afterwards and apart from a bit that clumped at one side it worked out OK-proof that its a very forgiving recipe. Baking it in the Slow Cooker helped prove it and made the bread light,airy and moist. The top didn't colour but as its covered in cheese that didn't bother me but you could finish off in the oven for 10mns if you want a more even colour. I proved it twice but you dont have to if you prefer just doing it once, although it helps keep it nice and light...its massive too, which you can't really tell by the pics. You can use any toppings you prefer...swapping the bacon for tomatoes or the leeks for spring onions etc the choice is yours. Why not give this a try and let us know how you got on in the comments below. We love to hear your feedback x Biscoff PalmiersClassic Palmiers are made with brown sugar-( recipe on the website )- but I thought I'd combine them with my favourite biscuits These worked out really well. Not too sweet but very more-ish.These would be great fun for the children to do during Home Economics? or whatever the cooking at home/school term is nowadays. They can of course be tailored to suit your tastes-swap the biscoff for chocolate etc.Why not give these a try and let us know how you got on in the comments below. We love to hear your feedback x Sticky ChickenI love a fakeaway recipe but had no real idea of what I was making, so just added a bit of this n that, that I had in the cupboards till this came about. This is a bit of a mish mash of two recipes- sweet n sour and teriyaki. It's little sweet, a little tart and a little sticky. I left the sauce a little runny as I like that but if you want it more sticky add a little more honey. If you want a little heat add some chilli flakes. You can fry the chicken before putting into the SC to give a nice coating or finish it off on the hob if you want the sauce really thick and sticky but I thought this was just nice as it was. This is so versatile and can be adapted to suit you families needs. Why not give this a try and let us know how you got on in the comments below. We love to hear your feedback. xCrunchy French ToastHow do you make the classic French Toast better? Add a crunchy topping of toasted Cornflakes. Served with crispy bacon, a handful of mixed berries and a drizzle of honey you have a very substantial brunch that combines the sweet and savoury. It's definitely a weekend treat that the whole family can enjoy. Dont like Cornflakes? Swap for your favourite cereal. Don't like honey? Swap for Maple Syrup. Its a very versatile recipe that you can adjust to whatever your family prefers. Why not give this a try and let us know how you got on in the comments below. 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