I’m reaching out to those who have given up to give it another go because if I can do it after all these years – anyone can.
Basic recipe – half fat to flour. so 500g flour/250g fat. 250g flour/125g fat. 100g flour/50g fat etc
00Cheese and Onion QuicheWho doesn't love a quiche? And everyone knows that homemade always trumps shop bought. Quiche is one of those meals that I forget how much I love until I have it on my plate and I think 'why has it been so long since I've had this?' Quiche is also fab for summer lunchboxes and picnics as it is as tasty cold as it is warm. As always I encourage you to add extra veg or cooked meat to customise the taste to what you like best. You could consider adding cooked meat - bacon, leftover ham, chicken or even spiced sausage or chorizo for something a bit different. You can also add veg - broccoli, asparagus, mushrooms, peppers, tomatoes are some suggestions but as usual add what you like! 00Classic Toad In The Hole recipeA classic toad in the hole recipe that is guaranteed to rise perfectly. Family dinners don't get much more comforting than a classic toad in the hole. Fluffy Yorkshire pudding batter paired with hearty pork sausages, alongside a generous serving of rich onion gravy – all you need to add is your favourite veg on the side. This toad in the hole recipe will be one that you and your family will want to cook again and again. Have a go and let us know in the comments how you got on.00Salami and Goats Cheese Puff Pastry TartletsThis salami and goats cheese puff pastry tartlet recipe is quick and easy but has great results. When you serve these up your family and friends will think you've been slaving in the kitchen for hours. Like all of our recipes you can adjust the toppings for any you prefer. Or you can do a selection of toppings for parties, buffets, lunchboxes etc I like mine topped with bacon and cheese or you can make them vegetarian by using cheese and tomato or garlic mushrooms etc The possibilities are endless! Give them a go and tell us what toppings you used in the comments.