Our version of Pad Thai uses Thai noodles, juicy chicken and sugarsnap peas for sweetness and crunch. Not forgetting one of the key flavours - tamarind. Originally from Africa, tamarind has that sweet and sour flavour we most commonly associate with this popular, much loved dish. Click to get the Full Recipe and £25 OFF your first order (if you want all the ingredients delivered to your door)!
Preheat the oven to 180ºC/350ºF/gas 4. Leaving it in the box, score around the top of a 250g Camembert about ½cm in and cut off the top layer of skin. Finely slice a peeled garlic clove and poke it into the top of the cheese with a few fresh rosemary tips. Drizzle with a little olive oil then bake in the hot oven for 15 to 20 minutes, or until gorgeous and oozy in the middle.
Chilli Jam: Although I call this chilli jam, I don't mean by this that it's the sort of thing you'd spread on your toast at breakfast (though smeared inside a bacon sandwich, it could be a real help one hungover morning) but rather a chilli jelly - chelly? - that glows a fiery, flecked red and is fabulous with cold meats or a cheese plate. And just a small pot of it makes a gorgeous present.