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Summer Pea, Bacon & Broccoli Pie Summer Pea, Bacon & Broccoli Pie By kitchen72 07/17/13 20:41 A super tasty pie for your dinner, and its ready to eat in less time than you would think. Shortbread crust cracked open to reveal a rich sauce, made with pureed peas and cream. The sauce coats the cooked peas and broccoli with little shards of crispy bacon...
Pea Guacamole, Pulled Pork, Flatbread Pea Guacamole, Pulled Pork, Flatbread By kitchen72 07/14/13 20:42 Irish Summer. Mexican Influence. 24-hour pork shoulder. 6 hours in a salt & sugar brine. 18 hours slow cooked until collapsed. Quick pickled red onions. Creamy pea guacamole, with a punch of lime and crunch of toasted sunflower seeds. Sweetcorn tossed with...
Baked Green Tomatoes, Avocado & Eggs Baked Green Tomatoes, Avocado & Eggs By kitchen72 07/06/13 23:53 A perfect summer brunch and a great way to use up any over ripe avocados and under ripe tomatoes. No recipe needed for this one, and it’s all cooked in a small saucepan that you can put in oven (avoid plastic handles). A handful of tart green tomatoes,...
Cod, Cauliflower, Kale, Peas Cod, Cauliflower, Kale, Peas By kitchen72 07/06/13 02:22 Cauliflower served two ways. Cauliflower purée, made looser than usual, with added milk and butter, so it sauces the plate instead of sitting up. Thin slices of raw cauliflower stalks are then perfect for dragging through the purée. Kale leaves, sprinkled...
King Mushrooms, Pickled Red Onions, Spelt, Pea Shoots King Mushrooms, Pickled Red Onions, Spelt, Pea Shoots By kitchen72 07/04/13 21:37 I made this as a side dish salad for a BBQ last week. Easy to prepare in advance. Looks great and eats even better. Thick, stalky King Mushrooms sliced thinly on a mandoline. Quick pickled red onions, sweetly softened to add acidity. Spelt (or any other...
Slow Roasted Duck, Smashed Cucumbers, Hoi Sin Sauce Slow Roasted Duck, Smashed Cucumbers, Hoi Sin Sauce By kitchen72 06/18/13 22:35 A good home made Hoi Sin sauce has been the Holy Grail for me recently. I’ve tried plenty of other bloggers recipes but none gave me the sugary tangy thrill of the bottled sauce I buy in the Asian market. On a recent trip to New York I tasted a home made...
Grilled Avocado, Pulled Chicken, Orange, Sorrel Ice Grilled Avocado, Pulled Chicken, Orange, Sorrel Ice By kitchen72 06/05/13 21:37 A cool little summer dish. A salad served with a sweet grassy granita. This melts while eating and leaves a light citrusy sauce to be soaked up by all the other ingredients. Avocado slices seared on a dry frying pan. Thinly peeled ribbons of carrots with...
Seaweed Soup, Poached Scrambled Eggs, Black Sesame Seaweed Soup, Poached Scrambled Eggs, Black Sesame By kitchen72 06/03/13 17:09 In Korea, Miyeok-guk (Seaweed Soup) is typically consumed by pregnant women and post-partum as it is packed with calcium, iodine and iron. Also eaten on birthdays as reminder of the first food that the mother ate and passed on to her newborn through her...
Soft-Boiled Egg, Avocado, Spring Onion, Black Sesame, Toasted Barley Soft-Boiled Egg, Avocado, Spring Onion, Black Sesame, Toasted Barley By kitchen72 06/01/13 20:00 A bright zingy brunch, beautiful ingredients, simply served. It’s a very loose adaptation of a breakfast dish I had in Calliope NYC, earlier this month. They served their avocado and sesame with a spicy mackerel fillet (photo), but not having any mackerel...
Corn, Kale, Broccoli, Bacon Corn, Kale, Broccoli, Bacon By kitchen72 05/31/13 22:45 A little plate of deliciousness. Tempura broccoli florets in a light crunchy batter, perfect for smearing through the sweetcorn puree. Wilted and scorched kale leaves add a minerality to balance the sweetness. Crispy salty bacon bits, just because, bacon….....
Sausages, Roasted Grapes, Polenta, Vino Cotto Sauce Sausages, Roasted Grapes, Polenta, Vino Cotto Sauce By kitchen72 05/30/13 20:40 Don’t think I’ve done a brunch post in a while. Which is a shame as I love brunch. Seeing as its a long holiday weekend in Ireland there will be an extra day for us all to enjoy a lazy brunch, so lots of time to try this. Sweet, rich and savoury, the sauce...
Chickpea Soup Chickpea Soup By kitchen72 05/29/13 20:37 Really, really simple, with only a few ingredients, and totally satisfying. What more could you want from a tin of chickpeas, some onions and a glass of wine. This is a recipe by the guys at Saltimporten Canteen, Malmo. Finely chop one large onion and a...
Pasta, Chickpeas, Beetroot, Mustard Greens, Preserved Lemon Pasta, Chickpeas, Beetroot, Mustard Greens, Preserved Lemon By kitchen72 05/28/13 21:37 Quick midweek supper. Chickpeas with pasta might seem unusual but are traditionally used in Southern Italian recipes. They make a delicious combination. A couple of different techniques here add layers of flavour and texture. Green mustard leaves are pickled...
Purple Carrots, Beetroot Salmon Gravalax, Wheatberries Purple Carrots, Beetroot Salmon Gravalax, Wheatberries By kitchen72 02/20/13 21:15 A technique I’ve been using a lot these days when cooking vegetables is to fry them in a large pan on a low heat with the lid on. This simultaneously coats and caramelises the veg in butter, and with the lid on, traps the moisture to soften and steam at...
Roast Chicken – NoMad style Roast Chicken – NoMad style By kitchen72 02/17/13 00:13 Another homage at home. This time a straight up adaptation of the Daniel Humm roast chicken at NoMad. Loved this. The original recipe calls for the chicken to be stuffed under the skin with foie gras, truffles and brioche. Roasted at a super high temperature,...
Steam-Baked Salmon, Fennel Puree, New Potatoes Steam-Baked Salmon, Fennel Puree, New Potatoes By kitchen72 02/11/13 23:05 My favourite way to cook salmon is a Michel Bras technique. It is so easy and perfectly cooks the fish to wobbly medium rare consistency. The salmon is so light and moist, it collapses on the fork. Simple and beautiful, this whole recipe takes no more than...
Roasted Carrots, Beetroot Juice Roasted Carrots, Beetroot Juice By kitchen72 02/10/13 18:36 I cook for taste, eat to suit myself, and if I’m not in the mood to cook – I’ll eat junk food. This recipe has all the trappings of a healthy dish – but ignore all the detoxifying claims of beetroot juice – this is all about flavour. Roast, at a very high...
Cauliflower, Leek Ash Cauliflower, Leek Ash By kitchen72 02/09/13 16:35 Quick Saturday lunch. Smooth, creamy cauliflower puree with lightly cooked shavings of cauliflower covered with ashes of roasted blackened leeks. The taste of the leeks on their own is strong, a salty balance with a sweet and bitter acidity. Though when...
Pot Roasted Celeriac with Buttermilk Pot Roasted Celeriac with Buttermilk By kitchen72 02/08/13 22:47 I’ve never cooked celeriac in its skin before. Knobbly and tough, covered in warts with rooty tentacles, it holds onto dirt and looks unpalatable. A while back I stumbled across a Rene Redzepi recipe from Noma for pot roasted celeriac. Unfortunately it...
Beetroot & Carrot Tarte Tatin Beetroot & Carrot Tarte Tatin By kitchen72 02/07/13 22:38 Roasted root vegetables with caramelised onions covered in a miso, balsamic glaze baked in a pan with a puff pastry lid. Technically this is very easy to make – looks hugely impressive – but the only effort is the time it takes. Peel and dice equal quantities...
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