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Stay Warm This Weekend With This Fresh And Flavoursome Gnocchi Recipe

Pan-fried Gnocchi with Chanterelle Mushrooms and Browned Butter Breadcrumbs We’ve teamed up with Neff to bring you a brand-new rustic recipe to try in the kitchen, Pan-friend Gnocchi. Originating from Italy, these fluffy and flavoursome dumplings and great fun to make with family and friends. Recipe Ingredients Gnocchi: 300g dry mashed potato 200g plain or pasta flour + extra for rolling. 1 egg Good pinch of salt and pepper 1 tsp olive oil Also: 2 tbsp olive oil 16 small sage leaves 100g breadcrumbs ½ tsp salt ½ tsp black pepper 60g unsalted butter 80g Chanterelle mushrooms 100g baby chestnut mushrooms, sliced 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 round red radicchio, sliced into thin strips To serve: Fresh parsley Allergens are marked in bold Instructions Preheat the oven to 100C Full Steam. First make the gnocchi. Place the mashed potato into ...

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Winter Warmers With Thomas Frake

Winter is coming and that means long nights, cold weather, and evenings snuggled up under a blanket in the comfort of your home. But did you know that rather than turning up your heating a couple of degrees, you could turn to food to make you feel warmer instead? We’ve paired up with 2020 MasterChef winner Thomas Frake, to share three delicious recipes that will warm you up from the inside out. Bonfire baked beans Serves: Two Time: 45 mins Packed full of smoky, sweet and spicy flavours, this bonfire baked beans recipe elevates the traditionally tinned teatime staple into something delicious and heart-warming. Smoked paprika and ancho chilli flakes add a fiery and smoky kick, whilst the brown sugar and black treacle add a sweet and sticky depth of flavour. Serve on freshly toasted sourdough ...

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