Rachel Khoo

Recipes

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November 29th, 2017

Christmas Prep: My Tips and Tricks

With Christmas just around the corner, I’m thinking about the food and preparation I’ll be doing for the big day. I like to keep Christmas easy – stress-free food so that I can enjoy being with my family and friends. You want to enjoy this day instead of being [...]

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August 16th, 2017

Fig and Pure Leaf Chai Treacle Cake

This post is sponsored by Pure Leaf tea. Combining two of your favourite things can never be a bad thing. Chai tea and fresh figs are two things I can consume copious amounts of and use them in the form of a decadent dessert, and you’re on to a winner! The spices and blend [...]

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August 2nd, 2017

My simple and delicious aperitif suggestions

If you’re based in London and have the chance head over to Cafe Sou for a Parisian-style evening with a cheese or charcuterie board and a glass of bubbly. I’ve such fond memories of evenings in Paris with friends – enjoying cheese and a crunchy baguette (or two). [...]

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October 15th, 2016

Recipe: Yoghurt & turmeric seafood soup

For a super quick & easy to make light lunch try my Yoghurt & Turmeric Seafood Soup. It also works great as a starter. Don’t forget to use full fat yoghurt at room temperature to ensure the soup doesn’t split. Find the full recipe on goodfood.com.au Photo [...]

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October 13th, 2016

Recipe: rosé spring stew

I love making a good stew at this time of year – real hearty soul food to warm the cockles. But this rosé spring stew is a slightly lighter option for the whole year round. So invite some friends around and try your hand at this tasty one-pot feast. Find the full [...]

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September 23rd, 2016

Recipe: Macerated strawberry & basil sparkler

  Macerated strawberry and basil sparkler As the days warm up it’s time get that ice cube tray back in action. A thirst quenching and refreshing cocktail is a must for kicking off any alfresco fiesta. By macerating the strawberries overnight in a little sugar you bring [...]

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September 16th, 2016

Recipe: Mini onion tartes tatin

  Mini onion tartes tatin The humble onion is a versatile and under reckoned vegetable in the kitchen – so regularly an extra at the base of favourite recipes, yet not often enough making the centrestage. These sweet and tender onions combine perfectly with some [...]

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