Quick, Easy & Tasty Miso Noodles with Egg

Quick, Easy & Tasty Miso Noodles with Egg

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A perfect quick and tasty lunch, so simple and quick to prepare
These Miso Noodles with Boiled Egg will get your taste buds tingling.

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Ingredients (For one person)

  • 1 medium sized egg
  • 1 tbsp t oil
  • 50g Mushrooms sliced
  • small piece ginger, finely grated
  • small piece garlic,  finely grated
  • chilli flakes (small pinch)
  • 2 spring onions, sliced
  • small handful beansproats
  • 1 tsp miso paste
  • 1 tbsp soy sauce
  • 100g egg noodles (fresh or dried), (cook to packet instructions if dried)
  • salt & papper
Win a Delicious Pack of Turmerlicious Latte Blends

Win a Delicious Pack of Turmerlicious Latte Blends

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It truly is a superfood and yet for most people, it has only ever been used as a flavouring or colouring in savoury dishes. However, more and more people have started adding turmeric to their daily diet from both a medicinal as well as preventative perspective. Amazing as it is though, turmeric is very hard for the body to absorb as it is a fat-soluble spice and needs pepper and heat to break it down (making many supplements ineffective).

A particularly easy and delicious way to take turmeric effectively is as a hot drink, based on the age-old “golden milk”. The popularity of turmeric lattes in trendy cafes is growing at a significant rate, however making it yourself can be time-consuming, tricky to get right in terms flavour – turmeric is a bitter, dry tasting spice and can stain everything in your kitchen a sunny yellow.

That is exactly what Mum of 5 Maggie Howell found when making turmeric lattes at home as she wanted to get a good daily dose of turmeric into her diet. So after a year of experimenting with different blends and spices, she came up with a range of four flavours that complemented turmeric and coconut perfectly. In addition she found a way to make them completely instant – a huge time saver in a busy household!

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Beef Olives – A FAB Retro Recall

Beef Olives – A FAB Retro Recall

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BEEF OLIVES are a real comfort food according to Jamie Oliver.  They were also a favourite decades ago with Sylvia Anderson, creator of Lady Penelope and Thunderbirds, according to her daughter Dee.

Sylvia was a dab hand in the kitchen when she was not creating her latest storyline or character, and Beef Olives was one of her specialities.

‘In those days’ Dee recalls, ‘it was quite unique as lamb chops or roasts were more standard in home cooking, but Sylvia, always the innovator, even pushed the boundaries of cooking and creativity.  It sounds tame these days as the entire Nation is au fait with international cuisine, but back then it was quite a rarity’, and to Dee’s school friends it was deemed as quite ‘out there’.

BEEF OLIVES

Ingredients

400g of lean finely cut beef

1 tablespoon of Dijon mustard

1 medium onion

220g celery

150g carrot

250ml red wine

600ml beef stock

1 Leek

 

For the Stuffing

1 small onion

3 rashers of smoked bacon

4 mushrooms

A pinch of thyme

1 clove of garlic

1 tablespoon of olive oil

 

Method

Preheat the oven to 180C. Fry the onions, garlic, mushrooms until soft. Add to the raw bacon and set aside.

Place the beef on a flat surface and beat with a rolling pin or food hammer until very thin (approx. 1cm thick). Spread each beef slice with the mustard. Fill with the prepared stuffing.

Cut the leek in half and blanche for 30 seconds in boiling water place into cold water so that the leek is stringy. Cut the leek in thin strips long ways.

Roll the beef slices over the stuffing and use the leek strings to secure the beef. Fry the beef on all sides until brown and place in an oven proof dish.

Fry the remaining onion, carrot and celery in a pan for 5 minutes. Add red wine and beef stock and stir. Pour over the beef olives and cook in the oven with a lid on for 3 hours.

Remove the beef olives from the dish and keep warm. Blend the remaining sauce until no lumps remain. Serve with root vegetables and mashed potatoes.

 

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BUDGET FRIENDLY SURVIVAL MEALS FOR STUDENTS

BUDGET FRIENDLY SURVIVAL MEALS FOR STUDENTS

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Your offspring or grandchild is off to University?  Surely not.  When did that happen?  They have only just started school!  But it is true, and they are leaving home – well at least for the time being, they are going to be independent, and feeding themselves.

Your greatest fear is that they will spend all of their precious student loan on takeaways, or not eat at all.  But the truth is you should give them more credit, and back it up with some really useful tips on food and cooking.

You could help by advising them to stock up with with the basics like pasta, rice, potatoes, vegetables and dried quinoa and plenty of tins of baked beans and tins of tuna.  Also a good idea to fill their freezer with vegetables, oven fries and pitta bread.

A quick lesson in the life span of meats and the ‘how to, or not’ of reheating food, without sounding too patronizing.  I remember my first student shared accommodation where we almost got food poisoning when one of the students reheated chicken from the day before.  I don’t mean to scare you, but it has to be said.

Encourage them to enjoy cooking meals to share with other students, as this will also earn them brownie points and help them to integrate.

Explain how easy it is to freeze food and give them some containers or freezer bags to make sure they have the option.

Theming the meals is also good and this can easily be done with the help of some tasty spice ingredients eg https://www.spicentice.com/ meal kits, which are both cost effective and healthy. Incidentally, this family run company started when their son was at University and they would send him home made spices to ensure he ate at all.  It worked, as he is now married with kids of his own.  See some of their quick and easy recipes, which could get your young adult through their entire time at University or College.

This will also encourage the ‘bonding’ experience of cultures and experimentation with food, as well as good old fashioned nutrition.

Try this new Spicentice Firecracker curry kit with recipe, and you can buy via the link below and get a discount with the discount code .

Guaranteed to awaken your senses, this dish is infused with spicy, zesty flavours that’ll transport you to the Far East and beyond!

Ingredients: Chilli, Coriander, Cumin, Onion, Fenugreek, Garlic, Ginger, Paprika, Turmeric, Cinnamon, Salt, Black Pepper, Cloves, Bay, Cardamom, Star Anise, Cinnamon, Fennel.

Did you know their Firecracker Curry kit is:

  • 100% Pure Herbs & Spice
  • Gluten Free Spices
  • Sugar Free
  • Slimming Club Friendly
  • Paleo Friendly
  • Suitable for Vegetarians & Vegans
  • Blended in the U.K.

 

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Cookalong Pancakes With Reza Mahammad and WIN, WIN, WIN

Cookalong Pancakes With Reza Mahammad and WIN, WIN, WIN

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Reza is best known as the flamboyant and highly entertaining TV chef, with an encyclopedic knowledge of Indian food. He has received high praise for his last three Food Network series Reza’s African Kitchen and Reza, Spice Prince of India and Reza, Spice Prince of Thailand/Spice Prince of Vietnam.

He has made recent appearances on BBC’s The One Show as guest chef and judge for the UK Food and Farming Awards and guest chefs for ITV’s This Morning.
The British Curry Awards awarded Reza the special recognition award 2015 for his contribution to the UK curry industry.
Reza’s Indian Spice was published with Quadrille to much acclaim, winning 2nd prize in the Gourmand World Cookbook awards (Indian section) and Editor’s Pick in The Bookseller. Drawing from his encyclopaedic knowledge of Indian food, Reza combines Indian and Western flavours to stunning effect, delivered in his informal, humorous style.
Reza cut his televisual teeth on Flavours of India in 1993/4 but he really came into his own as co-presenter with Sanjeev Bhaskar on Delhi Belly in 2001 for UKTV. The much talked-about series is still being repeated on air to this day and has lost none of its popularity. In 2002 Channel 4 came looking for the next big star for their hugely popular series A Place in France and found it in Reza Mahammad. This resulted in the completion of the next two series,A Place in France II and III. Reza’s relationship with UKTV resumed with Coconut Coast in 2003 and was followed by United States of Reza in 2004.
Reza has a wealth of experience on the food festival circuit, headlining most recently at The Good Food and Wine Shows Durban, Cape Town, Jo’burg, Kuwait Food Festival, The Taste of Dubai, Taste of Abu Dhabi, Leicester Food Festival, Russia Food Festival as well as BBC Good Food Shows. He is scheduled to make appearances at the Fantastic British Food Festivals this year.

Below you will find all the ingredients needed to follow Reza at home for his delicious recipe for
‘Ricotta pancakes with spiced red and golden plums’

Follow along with Reza in this exclusive video

Ingredients                                      Serves 4

250g ricotta cheese
2 eggs separated plus I whole egg
25g unsalted butter melted plus more for frying
40g sugar
½ tsp vanilla paste/extract
finely grated zest of 2 oranges
50g plain flour

For the spiced plum compote

250ml water
225g caster sugar ( add 25g more if the plums are not too ripe and sharp)
3 star anise
Juice of 2 oranges
½ tbsp finely grated ginger
¼ tsp salt
200g ripe red plums cut into halves remove the stone then cut into wedges
200g ripe golden plums do the same as the red plums
A squeeze of lemon juice optional  (if the plums are very sweet)

 

Reza has a highly regarded cookery school in South West France, Chez Cartier, where he teaches and hosts international clients, showcasing his vast repertoire of cuisines and flavours.

We want you to have the Reza experience so here is your chance to win a £25 voucher to spend at Waitrose supermarkets, just enter your details below. There are four prizes to be won.

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SPICENTICE UP YOUR LIFE AND TAKE YOUR COOKING TO THE NEXT LEVEL

SPICENTICE UP YOUR LIFE AND TAKE YOUR COOKING TO THE NEXT LEVEL

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Glotime.tv have made another exciting discovery for those of you who want to cook authentic recipes, and also if you are on a diet plan.  Too good to be true – read on.

Spicentice are an exceptional Company specialising in amazing spice blends, which take the hard work out of cooking.  They also eliminate the storage space usually required in the kitchen, where spice pots usually sit gathering dust.All of their spices are gluten and nut free and have no E numbers or hidden ingredients, plus they are perfect for the slow cooker and feed 4 BIG portions, the prepared dishes can be frozen too.

Each kit comes with its own recipe to make a restaurant standard dish & a small shopping list of mainly store cupboard ingredients and produces 4 BIG portions and they have everything from traditional Indian restaurant classics, such as Chicken Tikka Masala, Korma etc to modern recipes such as Southern Style chicken (a healthy oven baked version of KFC), Firecracker Chicken (just like the Wagadaddies one…..) & others such as Greek Souvlaki, Meatball Marinara & their latest Turkish Doner Kebab Shawarma Style.

The kits are made from pure herbs and spices, and many are salt and sugar free too. They are also very popular with people on a weight loss or fitness journey, who may have thought they had to always eat boring food, can now eat classic “fakeaway” dishes and know they are eating healthily.You can freeze the finished dishes, and they are also suitable for the slow cooker – plus they are all are adaptable for vegetarians.

SpiceNtice also have a poignant back story

Back in 1994 when founder, Ketan Varu, was at university, his mum sent him recipes and spices to make real Indian curries that would remind him of home. Pretty soon all his friends were hooked and the idea for Spicentice was born.
All these years later Spicentice is very much a family business with mum, Manjula, and dad, Ramnik, still making sure Ketan still eats a good lunch, and the range has grown to include Indian, Thai, Mexican, Portuguese, Cajun, Jamaican and Moroccan spice kits, along with handy tubs of herb & spice rubs.
Spicentice stands out from the crowd because of its commitment to traditional recipes that have been perfected over generations, with 100% pure herbs & spices, no waste and absolutely no additives!  Ketan now has a young family of his own and continues the tradition of cooking and sharing meals with family and friends.

Based in Leicester, the spice capital of the UK, Spicentice prepare and dispatch all their products from their factory. In fact, they are reluctant to call it a factory – as it is more of a large industrious kitchen full of great staff and family all pulling together to make Spicentice special.  As a hands on family run business, they love to pay attention to detail, and stay with their ethic of pure traditional food, but with clever creative packaging, for ease of preparation. Which is why they have achieved BRC Accreditation at the highest level since 2013.

All of their meal kits and rubs are all expertly blended by hand, measured and packaged right here in the UK, using ingredients sourced from around the world.The ingredients are source from trusted A-Grade suppliers who can assure them of full traceability and provenance for everything they select.

Their special herbs and spices are sourced from…
India: Chilli Powder, Ground Cumin, Ground Coriander, Fenugreek, Ground Cardamom, Ground Black Pepper, Mustard Seeds, Ground Turmeric, Crushed Chilli, Basmati Rice | Spain:Paprika | Syria: Cumin Seeds | Vietnam: Cassia Bark, Black Pepper Corns, Ground Cinnamon | Turkey: Oregano, Red Split Lentils | Guatemala: Cardamom Pods, Sri Lanka: Ground Cloves | Morrocco: Thyme, Thailand: Kaffir Lime Leaves, Lemon Grass

Fancy trying these yourself, well thanks to Spicentice they are offering all Glotime.tv readers a fantastic 20% all orders
over £15.00 and postage is FREE too. Simply head to the website, select your spices and enter GLOTIME20 at the checkout.
We would love to see photos of what you cook with the spices

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