This recipe for a Swedish Almond Meringue Torte comes from The Nordic Baking Book by Magnus Nilsson whose restaurant Fäviken in Sweden has been listed in the top restaurants in the world for the last 6 years.
This is your chance to learn how to make genuine Danish pastry at home from one of the greatest chefs in the world. You can fold and twist this pastry into any shape you like. This recipe comes from The Nordic Baking Book by Magnus Nilsson whose 12-seater restaurant Fäviken in Sweden has been listed in the top restaurants in the world for the last 6 years.
Called Chokladmaränger, these delicate chocolate meringues come from The Nordic Baking Book from Magnus Nilsson, whose 12-seater restaurant Fäviken in Sweden is considered to be one of the best in the world. This book, published by Phaidon, explores the rich baking tradition of the Nordic region, with 450 recipes for home bakers.
Who knew that the Black Forest Cake originally came from Baden-Württemberg? Here’s the recipe for an authentic version of a café favourite from The German Cookbook, a comprehensive collection of German food researched and compiled by Michelin-starred chef Alfons Schuhbeck published by Phaidon.
‘This is a super-indulgent chocolate cake that is a perfect family treat and a real crowd pleaser, particularly for a birthday celebration’, says chef Neven Maguire whose new cookbook ‘Neven Maguire’s Home Economics for Life’, a primer covering how to cook a set of recipes that will stand you in good stead for life.
Baking fruit helps to keep its shape. Pop the plums in the oven at the end of cooking a roast and dessert will be ready by the time you finish the main course. Serve the plums warm or cold with ice-cream, Greek yogurt or sour cream. Add a sprinkling of crushed nuts and a drizzle of maple syrup for an extra treat. Plus variations on the recipe for vanilla plums, cardamom plums and more.
‘I love this zippy sorbet when blood oranges are in season in January’, says Salma Hage in The Mezze Cookbook. ‘It is always a welcome antidote to the rich, warming food that I also crave when it’s gray and cold outside.’
Make these delightful light custards in ramekins a day in advance and store them in the fridge up to fifteen minutes before you serve them. Remove, garnish with crystallised ginger and serve as they are coming to room temperature when you will appreciate their full flavour.