Rachel Khoo

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January 26th, 2015

Recipe: Sticky Rice Parcels

I spent much of last year in Asia: Japan, Singapore and Malaysia. I indulged in ramen, laksa, tandoori, fish head curries, satay… The regional specialities were endless, but one thing you could rely on was the buffet breakfast in the hotels, where a selection of [...]

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January 26th, 2015

Illustrated Monday Musings

* All the gorgeous new Liberty fabrics make me want to get my sewing machine out! * As a keen cyclist I was interested to read about this clever app which rewards those who use green transport methods e.g. cycling and public transport. * Love the idea of Eat Your Books [...]

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January 23rd, 2015

My snapshots…signed books and more

It’s just three weeks until my new book, Rachel Khoo’s Kitchen Notebook, comes out and I’m super happy to be collaborating with independent book store Books for Cooks in London’s Notting Hill. They are currently taking orders for signed copies of all [...]

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January 22nd, 2015

Recipe: French meringue kisses {plus video}

French meringue kisses French meringue is the easiest meringue to make. A great basic dessert recipe to know that can be used for a multitude of recipes or simply piped into some cute French meringue kisses. See how to in my video. Ingredients 2 egg whites (60g) 100g caster [...]

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January 22nd, 2015

Recipe: Lemon curd {plus video}

If you’ve never tried lemon curd, then you’re seriously missing out… it really is one of life’s great pleasures. Perfect for a quick dessert or in my Ginger and Lemon Meringue tart recipe. Follow my recipe and you won’t look back! Ingredients [...]

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January 22nd, 2015

Recipe: Ginger and Lemon Meringue Tart {plus video}

There aren’t many finer things in life than a lemon tart, with it’s crisp sweet pastry, tart lemony filling and delicious meringue topping – it’s certainly a winner. Lemons and ginger go so well together, so I up the deliciousness of this classic tart [...]

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January 19th, 2015

Recipe: Wild Mushroom broth

Thick and creamy. We are all too familiar with this brutish treatment the great mushroom soup so regularly undergoes in cafés across the country. Mushrooms are a bit of a luxury in my opinion, especially chanterelles or other wild fungi of the woods, so when I have the [...]

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