This hot chocolate is off the scale. It's so simple to make and is much better than that shop-bought stuff you get, which is often full of rubbish and probably hasn't got much chocolate in it anyway. I don't want you to feel cheated, I want you to have the real thing… life's too short not to.
It's dramatic and stretches the meat a fairly long way. The case of pastry and minced mushrooms keeps the breast moist and delicious and is a little forgiving so the meat holds its juices. You could assemble it a day before and just leave it in the fridge ready to over ...
amazing yorkies - same measurements, add eggs to measuring jug and check where it measures to. Add flour & milk to the same line. Add a pinch of salt.Whisk for 2min, put in fridge, don't rewhisk. In oven at 220 for about 10min. Use lard in Yorkshire pudding tins to reach high temperature.
Cauliflower cheese has always been a big favourite in the Oliver household. I have to be honest, it's such a staple I never thought I could do it better, but this version really has the edge, with broccoli mushed into the white sauce and the beautiful cru