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Christmas bolognese Christmas bolognese By Kitchen Geekery 11/12/13 20:54 This recipe for Christmas bolognese comes from an idea I had to make use of colouring pasta. I combine two festive colours – green and red – with some festive ingredients; turkey, broccoli, carrots and peas and serve them together in a surprisingly simple...
Chicken stock Chicken stock By Kitchen Geekery 11/01/13 00:39 This recipe for homemade chicken stock is a great way to introduce numerous nutrients and proteins into your diet – without needing to use expensive supplements, or usingoff the shelf products that may contain Monosodium glutamate (MSG) which as we have...
Banana bread Banana bread By Kitchen Geekery 10/27/13 21:59 This classic banana bread recipe is a perfect treat that can be enjoyed any time of the day – and goes perfectly with a cup of tea! The recipe can be easily tailored to your own taste, you can use white or brown sugar, and mix in any combination of chopped...
Vegetable quiche with pesto Vegetable quiche with pesto By Kitchen Geekery 10/21/13 00:00 This classic vegetable quiche combines fresh and colourful vegetables, a creamy filling and a delicious pesto sauce that makes for a splendid supper to enjoy outside on a warm summer evening, or as a cheerful wintertime treat. The manchengo cheese is used...
Linguini with broccoli and clams Linguini with broccoli and clams By Kitchen Geekery 10/17/13 22:43 This recipe for clam and broccoli linguine makes for an exquisite, simple evening meal, and can be surprisingly inexpensive as clams are criminally under-used. This warming meal is best enjoyed during winter as thats when British clams are in season.
Chorizo scotch eggs Chorizo scotch eggs By Kitchen Geekery 10/04/13 16:34 This is a twist on the more traditional recipe for scotch eggs, and is similar to the recipe we have for black pudding scotch eggs we have on the site, by using chorizo rather than the more traditional plain pork, we get a scotch egg with a much sharper...
Tarragon chicken Tarragon chicken By Kitchen Geekery 08/21/13 19:45 This is a slightly healthier-than-usual recipe for tarragon chicken with new potatoes as it uses cornflour instead of flour to thicken the sauce, and créme fraîche instead of double cream to provide the body. Another advantage of the créme fraîche is that...
Genoese green pesto Genoese green pesto By Kitchen Geekery 04/14/13 22:02 Pesto hails from Genoa, in the Ligura region of Northern Italy and is simple to make, affordable to make fresh, and is packed with a lovely fresh flavour. This classic Italian sauce is perfect served simply alongside pasta or potatoes and grated parmesan....
Beef and black pudding stew Beef and black pudding stew By Kitchen Geekery 04/14/13 21:08 I credit the idea for this beef and black pudding stew to a local butcher, who during our conversation suggested I try a slice of black pudding in with a traditional british beef stew. This beef stew is simple, and provided you don't let it go dry, or burn,...
Country house chicken Country house chicken By Kitchen Geekery 03/10/13 23:40 This recipe for Country House chicken was kindly sent to Kitchen Geekery by Clare Goode, from the North East of England, and is a time-served family favourite. The sauce is thick, but not creamy, and makes a great accompaniment to steamed green vegetables,...
Sea bass with roast potatoes and vegetables Sea bass with roast potatoes and vegetables By Kitchen Geekery 03/10/13 20:30 This guest recipe for oven-baked sea bass, served with roasted potatoes and vegetables was submitted to Kitchen Geekery by Joy Venner. Joy writes, “I lived in Spain for a few years and quickly fell in love with flavoursome, fresh Spanish cuisine. Amongst...
Chicken dopiaza Chicken dopiaza By Kitchen Geekery 01/20/13 23:33 Chicken dopiaza is a curry hailing from the bengal region of India. The Hindu words Do (two) and piaz (onions) refer to the fact that the onions are cooked two different ways; in the oven and fried, – and the large quantity of onions used. You can vary...
Yorkshire Puddings Yorkshire Puddings By Kitchen Geekery 01/16/13 20:51 Yorkshire puddings are small cases made from batter which has risen under the heat of a high oven, they should be served warm and still crispy. Yorkshire puddings are named after the county of Yorkshire, England and are a perfect addition to any a Sunday...
Tartar sauce Tartar sauce By Kitchen Geekery 01/15/13 21:33 Tartar, or Tartare (British) sauce is a creamy white sauce made from mayonnaise and lemon juice. The other ingredients do vary but; gherkins, capers, shallots, onion, and chives are all common. So feel free to experiment a little with your inclusions, but...
Panna cotta Panna cotta By Kitchen Geekery 01/15/13 00:15 Panna cotta (Italian for ;cooked cream) is a delightful Italian dessert made from cream, milk, and sugar, flavoured with vanilla, and then set with gelatine into a small jelly. Panna cotta originates from Piedmont, in Northern Italy, and this dish makes...
Fried mozzarella sandwich Fried mozzarella sandwich By Kitchen Geekery 01/12/13 19:30 Fried mozzarella sandwiches are a simple, Italian comfort food, they can be used to feed four as a starter, or two as a main meal. This recipe only takes about 15 minutes from start to finish, and all it requires is a ball of mozzarella, some bread and...
Guacamole Guacamole By Kitchen Geekery 01/07/13 23:51 Guacamole is an avocado based sauce, originally created in the 16th Century by the Aztecs of Central Mexico, and has went on to become an essential accompaniment to many Mexican and Tex-Mex dishes. You can use Guacamole as a dip for nachos, a side for Burritos...
Butternut squash and spinach curry Butternut squash and spinach curry By Kitchen Geekery 01/07/13 23:34 This recipe for butternut squash and spinach curry was kindly sent to Kitchen Geekery by Maisie Lewendon. This healthy butternet squash and spinach curry is perfect on a cold night and is very tasty. Sweet potato would make an excellent substitute, or addition,...
Scotch broth Scotch broth By Kitchen Geekery 01/03/13 21:40 Scotch broth is a hearty, filling dish which originated in Scotland, but as with many old recipes – it's ingredients can vary quite wildly. It's not going to win prizes for glamour, or its good looks - but on a cold evening, it can put a pleasing warmth...
Asparagus and Parma ham timbale Asparagus and Parma ham timbale By Kitchen Geekery 01/03/13 19:41 Timbale is a french word, and means that it's food cooked within a pan. In this case, a loaf pan, and with a bit of care this dish can look really impressive, and is still unusual enough to really get the conversation started! When I serve this, I tend...
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