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Spicy,Salami,Called,Nduja,

How using ‘nduja can make your cooking great

If you love spicy food but you haven't been cooking with this flavour bomb, you've been missing out. Here's how to add this Italian...
Learn how to make quick and easy pickled red onions

Learn how to make quick and easy pickled red onions

Pour 300ml red wine vinegar or apple cider vinegar into a pan and add 3 tbsp golden caster sugar, 1 tbsp sea salt...
Fresh Cauliflower

The Test Kitchen’s top tips for buying and using cauliflower

Tips from the Easy Food Test Kitchen: Buying: Look for cauliflower with a creamy white colour free of blemishes, browning or wet spots. The...
Worcestershire Sauce

How to use Worcestershire sauce to boost your cooking

What is Worcestershire sauce? Worcestershire sauce was invented by chemists John Wheeley Lea and William Henry Perrins in England in 1835, at the behest...
Tahini

How to use tahini to boost your cooking

What is Tahini? Tahini is a paste made from toasted, hulled and grounds sesame seeds, mixed with a neutral-flavoured oil to create a creamier texture....
Kale

Kale and hearty! How to use kale to boost your cooking

All the benefits: Kale is a nutrition superstar, thanks to its high amounts of vitamins A, B6, C and K, as well as important minerals...
Yogurt

Say yes to yoghurt! 12 ways to use up leftover yoghurt

Have some yoghurt left over? Here are some extra ways to use up the rest of the pot... Stir some jam into your yoghurt,...
Eggs

Eggspress yourself! How to make the perfect boiled egg

Master the art of the perfectly boiled egg – however you like yours! How to make the perfect boiled eggs:  Place the egg(s) in a...
mussels

Flex your mussels! Our top reasons to cook with mussels

The Benefits:   Mussels have the most impressive nutritional profile of all shellfish. Low in sodium and saturated fat, they provide B and C vitamins,...
Nutritional,Yeast,,Vegan,Cheese.

How to use nutritional yeast to boost your cooking

What is Nutritional yeast?  Nutritional yeast is a species of yeast known as Saccharomyces cerevisiae. It is the same type of yeast that’s used to...
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