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Taiwanese Peppery Pork Buns

Taiwanese Peppery Pork Buns

This recipe for Peppery pork and spring onion filling inside fluffy baked bao (buns) from Pippa Middlehurst’s Dumplings and Noodles cookbook is inspired by her visit to the Raohe market in Taipei, Taiwan’s capital city. The recipe makes eight generously sized buns. Find out more about Pippa Middlehurst’s Dumplings and Noodles in our in-depth review. ... Read more »

Green Couscous With Prawns

Green couscous with prawns recipe from Roasting Pan Suppers by Rosie Sykes

Couscous is an excellent alternative carbohydrate to rice, potatoes and pasta when you’re looking for a change. This delicious and simple recipe for green couscous with prawns combines prawns, peas, spinach, preserved lemons, olives and parsley with couscous to create a colourful, delicious meal. The recipe comes from Rosie’s latest book, Roasting Pan Suppers which ... Read more »

Edd Kimber’s Slab Scone

Edd Kimber's Slab Scone Recipe

If you know anything about food writer Edd Kimber, you’ll already know to expect a beautifully considered set of delicious recipes in any cookbook he creates. That’s certainly proved to be the case in his latest title, One Tin Bakes from which this delicious Slab Scone recipe is taken. What’s a slab scone, you ask? ... Read more »

One Tin Bakes by Edd Kimber

One Tin Bakes (book jacket)

I first met Edd Kimber shortly after he won the first ever series of Great British Bake Off in 2010 (which I loved), and have really enjoyed seeing his career in food writing, food photography and recipe development grow and grow and grow. By any measure, he’s established a hugely successful career during the last ... Read more »

Sweet Chilli Sauce Recipe

Sweet Chilli Sauce (from Condiments)

Sweet chilli sauce is eaten as part of many East and South East Asian cuisines but is perhaps most strongly associated with Thai food. Traditionally combining red chilli peppers with garlic, vinear and sugar (or honey). The resulting sauce is sweet, hot and tangy, and makes a great dipping sauce for a wide range of ... Read more »