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How to make Paneer - Fresh Indian Cottage Cheese – How to make Paneer (fresh Indian cheese)

This is a recipe for how to make Paneer, a cottage cheese from the Indian subcontinent used in traditional dishes such as Palak Paneer (Spinach Curry). It’s far superior to store-bought with a much softer, creamier texture. Super-easy to make, and so very satisfying! Paneer – Fresh Indian cheese Paneer is a fresh cheese that

Bowl of Couscous with fruit and nuts – Couscous | RecipeTin Eats

By:Nagi Published:18 Jan ’21Updated:18 Jan ’21 Couscous is a useful (and delicious!) no-cook starch side that’s traditionally served with some sort of stew. A staple throughout North Africa, the classic starch of choice for Moroccan dishes like tagine, just pour over hot liquid, leave to soak for 10 minutes, then fluff! What exactly is couscous??

How to tell how fresh an egg is – How to tell how fresh your egg is (baking tip)

By:Nagi Published:15 Jan ’21Updated:15 Jan ’21 Fresh eggs are essential when used to give lift to cakes or to whip up into meringue to make pavlovas, soufflés or light-as-air Chocolate Mousse. This is because old eggs don’t whip up as well. Fresh eggs are also better for poaching because they have tighter whites so they

Baking powder – Baking basics: How to check your baking powder is still active

By:Nagi Published:15 Jan ’21Updated:15 Jan ’21 I sometimes receive messages from readers who say they followed my recipe to the letter, but their cake didn’t rise. And my first question back to them is – “did you check your baking powder is still good”? Baking powder can be dead even if its not past the – Roasted Cauliflower | RecipeTin Eats

By:Nagi Published:7 Dec ’20Updated:8 Dec ’20 Roasted Cauliflower isn’t the sort of recipe that makes people jump up and down with excitement. But once you know how to roast it well (and cut florets easily, for that matter), you’ve got a handy quick vegetable side up your sleeve at all times! Delicious eaten plain. Magical

Cauliflower florets – How to cut cauliflower florets – quickly with less mess!

By:Nagi Published:7 Dec ’20Updated:8 Dec ’20 File this away under Good To Know – a quick tutorial for how I cut cauliflower florets quickly and efficiently, with minimal tiny bits of florets flying everywhere! This is how I prepare cauliflower for roasting, steaming or boiling to make puree. I seem to keep repeating myself in

Celery Salad in a bowl, ready to be served – Leftover Celery Salad | RecipeTin Eats

By:Nagi Published:19 Nov ’20Updated:19 Nov ’20 This Celery Salad is a useful recipe to use up all the leftover celery after buying a whole bunch just to use one or two in a recipe…. It’s sort of pickled, sort of salsa-like, and extremely good! Welcome to Day 4 of the inaugural Holiday Salad Marathon, a

Smooth Chocolate Ganache covered chocolate cake – Smooth frosting or ganache finish on cakes

This is a post that explains how I spread buttercream frosting and chocolate ganache on to cakes so it’s (nearly!) perfectly smooth – on both top and sides! Smooth buttercream frosting or ganache on cakes There are various reasons why you might want a perfectly smooth frosting on a cake. Maybe you’re simply wanting a

Spoon scooping up homemade ghee – How to make Ghee and Clarified Butter (same thing – almost!)

This is a recipe for how to make Ghee and Clarified Butter – they are almost the same thing (more on this later). Extremely easy, cheaper than buying, shelf-stable, and has a high smoke point which makes it excellent for pan frying or roasting things at high heat without burning like normal butter. It’s also – Tomato Paste replacement for canned tomato

By:Nagi Published:3 Aug ’20Updated:4 Aug ’20 This is a recipe for how to use tomato paste as a replacement for canned tomato. It’s a recipe I created during the COVID pandemic lockdown here in Sydney, Australia, during which supermarket shelves were emptied of canned foods including canned tomato (crushed, diced etc). Background – COVID and the canned tomato shortage

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