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  • Luxury Lasagne - events London Birmingham
    boil In a separate saucepan melt the butter and add the flour Beat well and cook for two minutes Remove the milk from the heat and add a little to the flour mixture Combine well and when all the milk has been absorbed add a little more Continue to do this until all the milk has been added whisking continually For the lasagne blanch the pasta in salted boiling water for three minutes Spoon a third of the béchamel sauce into the bottom of a lasagne dish in a layer and then place some of the pasta strips over the top Follow this with some of the mozzarella and parmesan and sprinkle over freshly ground black pepper Follow with a layer of ragu Repeat this step twice until all the ingredients have been use up Dot knobs of butter over the surface and cook in the oven for 30 minutes or until golden brown on top and completely cooked through Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Tags Bacon Beef Cheese chicken livers featured lasagne mince Tomatoes Author LadyB View all posts by LadyB Subscribe Subscribe to our e mail newsletter to receive updates Related Posts Super food salad rolls with beef Paneer Cauliflower Petite Pois Curry Sea bass with a salad of mouli Chinese cabbage spring onion mint and sesame Auntie Liz s Scotch Panakes Hayley s Chilli Ginger Honey Salmon with Soy Infused Pea Shoot Stir Fry and Egg Noodles Hayley s Golden Syrup Flapjacks Crop Report Feb14 One Response to Luxury Lasagne Reply prosperochefs February 25 2014 at 2 46 pm That looks yummy Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name Required Mail will not be published Required Website Notify me of follow up comments by email Notify me of new posts by email Subscribe to

    Original URL path: http://www.etcvenues.co.uk/foodblog/2014/02/11/luxury-lasagne/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Roast rib of Beef - events London Birmingham
    cooked I allowed it rest for 20 minutes Served with all the usual trimmings Mmmmm a perfect Sunday Cooking guidelines for Beef Oven temp Gas 4 5 180c 350f Rare 20 mins per 450g 1 2kg lb 20 mins Medium 20 mins per 450g 1 2kg lb 25 mins Well done 20 mins per 450g 1 2kg lb 30 mins Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Tags Barbecoa Beef featured Jamie Oliver rib eye roast dinner Author LadyB View all posts by LadyB Subscribe Subscribe to our e mail newsletter to receive updates Related Posts Super food salad rolls with beef Paneer Cauliflower Petite Pois Curry Sea bass with a salad of mouli Chinese cabbage spring onion mint and sesame Auntie Liz s Scotch Panakes Hayley s Chilli Ginger Honey Salmon with Soy Infused Pea Shoot Stir Fry and Egg Noodles Blue berry and Walnut bakewell tart Homemade noodles for soup 3 Responses to Roast rib of Beef Reply Big Al January 26 2014 at 7 19 pm What a fantastic piece of meat perfectly cooked I m salivating at the thought Great job lady b Reply LadyB February 2 2014 at 2 37 pm Fingers crossed that my puddings rise today 3rd week in a row I ve gone back to my Northern roots and stopped measuring the ingredients Trackbacks Pingbacks National Yorkshire pudding day foodetcblog February 1 2014 Serve with ladyb s roast rib of beef Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name Required Mail will not be published Required Website Notify me of follow up comments by email Notify me of new posts by email Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email Join 196 other subscribers Email Address Talk to

    Original URL path: http://www.etcvenues.co.uk/foodblog/2014/01/25/roast-rib-of-beef/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Katz Beef Brisket Sandwich - events London Birmingham
    Our corned beef and pastrami is cured using a slower method which best flavors the meat without injecting chemicals water or other additives to speed the process Our finished product can take up to a full 30 days to cure while commercially prepared corned beef is often pressure injected or pumped to cure in 36 hours Yep you read that right 30 days vs 36 hours Now which sounds like the better meat to you Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Tags Beef Beef Brisket featured Katz Katz deli Lower East New York New York Deli NYC Author LadyB View all posts by LadyB Subscribe Subscribe to our e mail newsletter to receive updates Related Posts Super food salad rolls with beef Paneer Cauliflower Petite Pois Curry Sea bass with a salad of mouli Chinese cabbage spring onion mint and sesame Auntie Liz s Scotch Panakes Hayley s Chilli Ginger Honey Salmon with Soy Infused Pea Shoot Stir Fry and Egg Noodles NEW SEASON BRITISH Roast Cod with Pickled Cauliflower Lemon Salad No comments yet Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name Required Mail will not be published Required Website Notify me of follow up comments by email Notify me of new posts by email Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email Join 196 other subscribers Email Address Talk to us Subscribe to our e mail newsletter to receive updates Twitter My Tweets Facebook Recent Posts Super food salad rolls with beef Paneer Cauliflower Petite Pois Curry Sea bass with a salad of mouli Chinese cabbage spring onion mint and sesame Auntie Liz s Scotch Panakes Hayley s Chilli Ginger Honey Salmon with Soy Infused Pea Shoot Stir Fry and Egg Noodles Archives

    Original URL path: http://www.etcvenues.co.uk/foodblog/2013/07/31/katz-beef-brisket-sandwich/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Beef Wellington - events London Birmingham
    layers of meat and duxell and looks great when cooked Remove the top layer of cling film and set your beef on top of the duxell and pancetta This is the difficult part take your time Lift up the bottom piece of cling film and pull over the top of the beef Dust your bench with a little flour Take a third of the ready to roll puff pastry and roll out at about 1 2cm Set your beef on top and roll Brush with egg yolk to seal and then brush the whole of the pastry with the remainder of yolk and rest on a tray in the fridge for 30 minutes Gently score with a knife without breaking through the pastry into the meat Cook in the pre heated oven for 20 25 minutes for medium rare Allow to rest for 15 minutes before slicing into generous slices and serving I clearly didn t allow this to rest enough as you can see there is a little leakage but my parents were simply starving and sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do An added bonus was that we had some amazing Czech wine to wash it down I don t normally drink white wine with red meat but this is an exception This wine is classified as a fresh wine This particular wine is called Muskat Moravsky and is from the moravia region If you are in the Moravia region of Czech republic visit this vineyard they simply have some of the best wines ive ever tasted Have fun Big Al Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Tags Beef Beef wellington Czech Wines Duxell http winery vinarstviukaplicky cz Pancetta Author Big Al View all posts by Big Al Subscribe Subscribe to our e mail newsletter to receive updates Related Posts Super food salad rolls with beef Paneer Cauliflower Petite Pois Curry Sea bass with a salad of mouli Chinese cabbage spring onion mint and sesame Auntie Liz s Scotch Panakes Hayley s Chilli Ginger Honey Salmon with Soy Infused Pea Shoot Stir Fry and Egg Noodles 2012 in review thanks for reading all about us Crop update 6 Responses to Beef Wellington Reply cookingwithcorinna January 22 2013 at 4 25 pm Beef Wellington is probably my favouritest thing ever and yours looks great Reply Big Al January 22 2013 at 4 29 pm It s a doddle to make try the smoked pancetta Delicious cookingwithcorinna January 22 2013 at 4 32 pm Yeah I ve made it and variations a couple of times I don t usually wrap it though Big Al January 22 2013 at 4 43 pm It makes a hugeeeee difference Give it a go you won t be dissapointed Reply David Hamilton April 4 2015 at 7 51 pm Just cooked this for dinner for a few people age ranging from 5 years to 40 clean plates all round Delicious Trackbacks Pingbacks Beef Wellington Cooking with Corinna February 10 2013 I decided to

    Original URL path: http://www.etcvenues.co.uk/foodblog/2013/01/22/beef-wellington/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Food markets of Hanoi and Hoi An Vietnam - events London Birmingham
    hygiene and smells was of the highest standard despite the warm climate Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Tags asian food etcvenues featured Fish food markets Fruit Hanoi herbs Hoi An ingredients noodles street food vegtables vietnam world cuisine Author dudese1 View all posts by dudese1 Subscribe Subscribe to our e mail newsletter to receive updates Related Posts Super food salad rolls with beef Paneer Cauliflower Petite Pois Curry Sea bass with a salad of mouli Chinese cabbage spring onion mint and sesame Auntie Liz s Scotch Panakes Hayley s Chilli Ginger Honey Salmon with Soy Infused Pea Shoot Stir Fry and Egg Noodles Hayley s Banana Loaf Really Easy Chicken Katsu Curry 2 Responses to Food markets of Hanoi and Hoi An Vietnam Reply LadyB February 6 2014 at 12 21 pm Welcome to the blog Congratulations on getting the post up Reply a June 24 2014 at 2 43 am Hmm is anyone else experiencing problems with the images on this blog loading I m trying to find out if its a problem on my end or if it s the blog Any feedback would be greatly appreciated Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name Required Mail will not be published Required Website Notify me of follow up comments by email Notify me of new posts by email Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email Join 196 other subscribers Email Address Talk to us Subscribe to our e mail newsletter to receive updates Twitter My Tweets Facebook Recent Posts Super food salad rolls with beef Paneer Cauliflower Petite Pois Curry Sea bass with a salad of mouli Chinese cabbage spring onion mint and sesame Auntie Liz s Scotch Panakes Hayley s

    Original URL path: http://www.etcvenues.co.uk/foodblog/2014/02/06/food-markets-of-hanoi-and-hoi-an-vietnam/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Homemade noodles for soup - events London Birmingham
    do this about 6 times until you have a beautiful smooth dough Top tip If you stop the pasta just as the last of it is about to come through the roller and attach the two ends together thus creating a loop This will mean you do not need to keep passing it though the machine instead the pasta goes on one continuos loop After it passes round twice knock the roller down a notch to make the pasta thinner until it reaches the desired thickness When finished simply snip the pasta roll through and cut into sheets If I m working with ravioli or tortellini il begin to make them but with spaghetti tagliatelle or noodles I leave it uncovered to let the air get at it so it crisps up a little before passing though the cutter Toss In a little more flour and spread across some trays ready for drying Place in a warm area such as a hot cupboard and allow to dry at least over night Check and make sure all noodles are dry otherwise this will cause the noodles to go mouldy Store in an airtight container and simply drop into your soups or broths for a special finish Big al Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Tags basic pasta recipe featured homemade pasta how to dry pasta kitchen Aid noodles recipe recipes Author Big Al View all posts by Big Al Subscribe Subscribe to our e mail newsletter to receive updates Related Posts Super food salad rolls with beef Paneer Cauliflower Petite Pois Curry Sea bass with a salad of mouli Chinese cabbage spring onion mint and sesame Auntie Liz s Scotch Panakes Hayley s Chilli Ginger Honey Salmon with Soy Infused Pea Shoot Stir Fry and Egg Noodles Roast rib of Beef Gordon Ramsey s Union street cafe 5 Responses to Homemade noodles for soup Reply Geraldine January 26 2014 at 5 50 pm I ve made these and they are delish But I make them without any gadgets just a good sharp knife Yummm any way you make them Reply Big Al January 26 2014 at 6 03 pm I agree totally but if you have the gadget and it saves time why not after all it was a gift so I better show I ve used it at least once Lol hope you like some if our other recipes check out the carrot and blood orange cake I did just last week Reply LadyB January 27 2014 at 9 19 am oh I love noodles but not sure I could be bothered to make my own Reply Big Al January 27 2014 at 9 34 am Mixing kneading roiling folding and cutting only took 20 minutes and way better than the chemical laden shop bought muck Trackbacks Pingbacks Chicken and Vegetable broth with homemade noodles foodetcblog February 7 2014 2pts Chicken stock 2 Carrots diced 2 Celery sticks diced 1 2 Onion diced 200g Piece celeriac diced 1 Knob of

    Original URL path: http://www.etcvenues.co.uk/foodblog/2014/01/26/homemade-noodles-for-soup/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Honey, soy & sesame seed chicken etcvenues London
    chicken and bake for 15 20 minutes on 190c Put your noodles in a large bowl and add all the ingredients you prepared and toss together mix well and add the soy sauce Plate up your salad and when your chicken is ready add to the plate and enjoy Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Tags chicken chopped coriander honey mango noodles peppers soy Author Big Ron View all posts by Big Ron Subscribe Subscribe to our e mail newsletter to receive updates Related Posts Super food salad rolls with beef Paneer Cauliflower Petite Pois Curry Sea bass with a salad of mouli Chinese cabbage spring onion mint and sesame Auntie Liz s Scotch Panakes Hayley s Chilli Ginger Honey Salmon with Soy Infused Pea Shoot Stir Fry and Egg Noodles Spaghetti con polpette Last check point before sending out No comments yet Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name Required Mail will not be published Required Website Notify me of follow up comments by email Notify me of new posts by email Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email Join 196 other subscribers Email Address Talk to us Subscribe to our e mail newsletter to receive updates Twitter My Tweets Facebook Recent Posts Super food salad rolls with beef Paneer Cauliflower Petite Pois Curry Sea bass with a salad of mouli Chinese cabbage spring onion mint and sesame Auntie Liz s Scotch Panakes Hayley s Chilli Ginger Honey Salmon with Soy Infused Pea Shoot Stir Fry and Egg Noodles Archives February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014

    Original URL path: http://www.etcvenues.co.uk/foodblog/2013/07/18/honey-soy-sesame-seed-chicken-with-mango-noodle-salad/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Butternut Squash Dhal - events London Birmingham
    15 minutes to soften Stir in the lentils then 1 5 litres of boiling water Bring to the boil then reduce to a gentle simmer and cover for 35 minutes stirring occasionally Mash the squash into the daal taste and season to perfection Remove 6 portions bag them up and once completely cool freeze for a rainy day when you ll be really grateful it s there leaving the rest on a low heat to keep warm To serve blitz the coriander leaves yoghurt a pinch of sea salt and half the lime juice in a blender until smooth then decant into a small bowl Reheat the reserved temper in a non stick frying pan on a medium low heat with 1 teaspoon of oil then divide into two piles and crack an egg over each Cover and leave to slowly fry on the bottom for 2 or 3 minutes while they coddle on top One by one puff up your dry poppadoms in the microwave for around 30 seconds each Top each portion of daal with a fried egg and pop some spinach dressing poppadoms and a lime wedge on the side Share this Facebook LinkedIn Email Twitter Tags jamieoliver butternut squash Dhal featured Jamie Oliver Lentils spice Vegetarian Author LadyB View all posts by LadyB Subscribe Subscribe to our e mail newsletter to receive updates Related Posts Super food salad rolls with beef Paneer Cauliflower Petite Pois Curry Sea bass with a salad of mouli Chinese cabbage spring onion mint and sesame Auntie Liz s Scotch Panakes Hayley s Chilli Ginger Honey Salmon with Soy Infused Pea Shoot Stir Fry and Egg Noodles Its now squash Gourd season Chicken and Bacon Carbonara with Parmesan Tuiles and Bacon Shards No comments yet Leave a Reply Click here to cancel

    Original URL path: http://www.etcvenues.co.uk/foodblog/2015/10/05/butternut-squash-dhal/ (2016-02-16)
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