This is similar to Claudia Roden’s much-copied and much revered Orange and Almond Cake. A whole orange is used to give flavour and moisture to the cake but you don’t have to boil the fruit for 2 hours as you do in the original recipe once you have a food processor – the orange is blitzed quickly as part of the batter-making process.
We created this recipe with leftover cooked potatoes and a few slices of corned beef that we found in the fridge. It fits with our philosophy at gréatfood: that you can make a fine dinner from a few basic ingredients and they can go a long way. If you shy away from corned beef this pie will convert you.
Rich spicy carrot cake that is sweet and moist is hard to find. Make your own with our recipe and we guarantee, you’ll never buy one again!
How to make madeleines, those delicate moist french cakes that set Proust on the road to writing À La Recherche du Temps Per
Jenny Jones shows how to make easy crusty rolls with no kneading and almost no work.
A no-knead, no overnight wait bread which you can make with white flour or wheatflour. This easier, faster recipe from Jenny Jones makes an amazing bakery-style loaf with a golden crispy crust. Anyone can make this foolproof bread, even if have never baked bread before.
Did you know that one packet of puff pastry can contain up to 100g of fat and even a shortcrust pastry top is packed with calories? Read our tip to reduce both calories and fat grammes when you are making a pastry-topped pie.