Rachel Khoo

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April 28th, 2015

Recipe: Japanese teriyaki salmon buns

As a child, getting hold of a savoury Asian bun in the suburbs of London was like trying to find wi-fi in the Sahara, so my brother and mum resorted to some DIY. Unfortunately, the result wasn’t a great success and the recipe wasn’t repeated. Buns were saved for when we went [...]

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April 27th, 2015

Recipe: Pea and Sweetcorn Fritters

Brunch is a tricky meal to keep healthy. If you’ve skipped breakfast, you are probably ravenous and thus drawn to bacon sandwiches. If your craving is a sweet one, there’s no passing up that stack of fluffy pancakes dripping with maple syrup. But these gluten-free fritters [...]

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April 23rd, 2015

Recipe: Chocolate hazelnut pots {video}

For all you Nutella fans, this recipe is definitely for you. I’m a lover of chocolate and a bitter chocolate pot is one dessert that I particularly enjoy – though it’s not something one can consume too often! I’ve often experimented with my desserts, [...]

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April 21st, 2015

Recipe: Beef short ribs with crunchy slaw

This recipe is extracted from my new book, Rachel Khoo’s Kitchen Notebook, you can order your copy here.  I have a fond memory of my Austrian grandma eating ribs with a big bib stuck into the collar of her dress. This is definitely finger food – not in the dainty, [...]

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April 20th, 2015

Recipe: Spaghetti Vongole

When I was filming in Naples last year I had some brilliant versions of marinara sauce, on pizza, pasta and with big bowls of seafood. They aren’t afraid of using chilli in southern Italy, and while you can make this dish with tomatoes, fresh or tinned (the local variety San [...]

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April 14th, 2015

Recipe: Rhubarb and Custard Millefeuille

Rhubarb and custard, a classic combination I remember fondly from my childhood, when I would be given the hard-boiled flavoured sweets on long car journeys to keep me quiet. My dessert version has kept a few of my dinner guests quiet too. Rhubarb and Custard Millefeuille  [...]

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April 13th, 2015

Recipe: Spiced pork chops

Meat and two veg might not be the most dazzling idea for a dinner à deux, but there’s a good reason it has stood the test of time in the British household. This trio works phenomenally well on the plate and palate, and looks impressive while being ever so easy to rustle up. [...]

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April 9th, 2015

Recipe: Roast carrot soup with parsley ricotta {video}

Instead of the typical carrot and coriander combination, I like to pair my carrot soup with a delicious combination of creamy ricotta and parsley. By roasting the carrots, the flavour is instantly intensified – especially with the addition of aromatic cumin. Serve this [...]

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April 7th, 2015

Recipe: Individual beef wellingtons

Need Sunday lunch be all about roasting an epic joint of lamb? It might make easy work of feeding the crowds, but what about the more intimate gatherings that many of us will be hosting in small kitchens? An individual beef Wellington is a blessing in a puff pastry disguise. [...]

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