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9 April 2015

Chicken & Spinach Curry

Photo: © childsdesign
This is a mildly spiced Indian curry – don't be fooled by the amount of chilli powder used here as it is the Kashmiri variety. Kashmiri chilli is a lot milder than regular chilli powder with a gentle warmth and sweet earthy notes.
If you don't have any you could use paprika instead with a dash of
cayenne pepper.

As we said, this curry is not hot but rather more aromatic with a degree of warmth coming from the garam masala (we used the Spice Kitchen blend). The generous amount of spinach used creates a silky texture with rich flavour.
Serve simply either with basmati rice or chapattis or naan breads.

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8 April 2015

Ginger & Apricot Tiffin

Photo: © childsdesign
If you've been lucky enough to have been given lots of Easter eggs but are now getting a little tired of eating them as just chocolate, here's an idea to help consume them in a different way.

Tiffin is a sweet treat that requires no baking and is quick and easy to make.
It is often made with digestive biscuits but as we like to experiment with flavours, we used ginger nuts instead.
A generous addition of moist and chewy dried apricots add a little tang and added texture.

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1 April 2015

New Black Truffle Mayonnaise from TruffleHunter

TruffleHunter has added a brand new product to their range – Black Truffle Mayonnaise available in 180g jars, it is the condiment with a difference.

Made with extra virgin rapeseed oil, free range egg yolks and Italian black summer truffles, this extremely versatile product delivers mild and complex black truffle flavours and aroma.

Try it thickly spread on any gourmet burger, or as a filling for a gourmet sandwich. It works incredibly well with triple cooked chips.

This Black Truffle Mayonnaise can also be used as a fabulous base for many sauces; marie rose, tartar, thousand island dressing or rĂ©moulade.

It is available to buy online for £5.95.

To find out more about TruffleHunter visit their page on 
The Artisan Food Trail here