Air Fryer Arancini
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by Emily Leary
1w ago
It's easy to make these rich and delicious arancini in the air fryer, with a creamy risotto and an oozy cheese centre. Arancini are originate from Sicily and are named after their resemblance to little oranges ("arancini" means "little oranges" in Italian). They're typically made with risotto, and stuffed with a cheese or meat filling, then coated with breadcrumbs and deep-fried. This version, however, is air fried, so it's lower in fat but every bit as delicious. Arancini are often served as a starter in Italian cuisine, either on their own, with a little salad, or with a rich tomato sauce ..read more
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Tofu Pasta Sauce
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by Emily Leary
2M ago
This delicious tofu pasta sauce is packed with flavour, thanks to fresh red onion, chilli, garlic, basil, bell peppers, rich passata and of course, big hunks of protein-rich, lightly baked tofu. It's perfect served on a bed of freshly cooked pasta, alongside some crisp garlic bread and fresh green salad. This recipe makes enough to top four platefuls of pasta, so is an ideal mid-week recipe to feed a hungry family and it contains 14g of protein per serving, while also being suitable for vegetarians and vegans. I like to serve mine, as pictured, topped with some torn mozzarella and a drizzle ..read more
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Individual Mincemeat Tartlets Recipe
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by Emily Leary
6M ago
These individual mincemeat tarts are buttery, crisp and delicious. They're the perfect Christmas treat. Their size means they lend well to all sorts of occasions. You could serve them cooled on their own as part of a Christmas buffet, you could take them to work to share with colleagues in the run up to the festive season, or you could warm them up and serve them for Christmas dessert with a drizzle of fresh cream. Making these individual mincemeat tartlets is super duper easy. You'll start by making the pastry, for which you'll just need butter, flour, water, egg and a sprinkle of sugar. You ..read more
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Mincemeat Frangipane Tart Recipe
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by Emily Leary
6M ago
With crisp pastry, juicy mincemeat and tender frangipane topping, this mincemeat frangipane tart is the perfect Christmas dessert. You can chill the tart in the fridge if you're not ready to serve it right away, then serve cool or warm with cream, custard, or even a touch of brandy cream. My frangipane mincemeat tart can be made in a quiche or flan tin, and with the pretty icing and silver sprinkles on top, it could be the showstopper at the centre of your festive celebrations. Preparing the pastry is a breeze - you’ll just need simple ingredients: salted butter, plain flour, egg, water, and ..read more
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Mincemeat Tart Recipe
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by Emily Leary
6M ago
This Christmas mincemeat tart is perfectly buttery, crumbly and crisp, and filled with dreamily plump and fruity spiced mincemeat filling. The tart can be made in a quiche or flan tin, and with the pretty decorative pastry stars on top, will make for a perfect centrepiece to your festive celebrations. Making the pastry for this tart is incredibly easy. All you'll need is butter, flour, egg, water and a touch of sugar. And the best thing is that you can make this pastry in your food processor, making it quick as a flash. But fear not if you don't have one. You can rub the flour and butter tog ..read more
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Mince Pie Blondies Recipe
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by Emily Leary
6M ago
These mince pie blondies feature store bought mince pies baked right into chewy, creamy white chocolate blondies. Perfect for Christmas!  They are a ridiculously decadent festive treat, ideal to serve as dessert during the festivities, as a snack as you veg out in front of the TV, or you can wrap them and give them away as gifts. Who wouldn’t be delighted to receive such a gorgeous Christmas themed blondie? Click to jump to a section! Are mince pie blondies easy to make? How can I serve these mince pie blondies? Ingredients Equipment needed to make mince pie brownies Step-By-Step Instr ..read more
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Mince Pie Brownies Recipe
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by Emily Leary
6M ago
These mince pie brownies combine the fudgy rich decadence of freshly made chocolate brownies with the festive fun of store bought mince pies. If you’ve never tried chocolate combined with the fruity, spicy, buttery, crumbly joy of a mince pie, then you are in for a treat. These mince pie brownies scream Christmas, and so are perfect to serve at all your festive celebrations. You could take them to work to share with colleagues in the run-up to Christmas, you could leave one out for Santa on Christmas Eve, you could pop one in your handbag to enjoy as a sneaky treat during Christmas shopping ..read more
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Easy and Delicious Biscoff Spread Recipes
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by Emily Leary
6M ago
In you're in search of easy and delicious Lotus Biscoff spread recipes, these irresistible Biscoff delights will satisfy your sweet cravings. If you have a weakness for delectable desserts and a love for the iconic Lotus Biscoff cookie, then you're in for a treat! Allow me introduce you to the enchanting world of baking with Lotus Biscoff Spread with over a dozen incredible recipes. Biscoff spread (also known as Biscoff cookie butter) is a velvety smooth, sweet, cinnamon-spiced caramel spread that's made from Biscoff cookies and will leave you utterly captivated from the very first taste. F ..read more
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Baileys Irish Cream Recipes
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by Emily Leary
6M ago
Immerse yourself in the stunningly tasty world of baking with Baileys Irish Cream with this collection of easy, delicious dessert recipes. Baileys Original Irish Cream is a velvety smooth liqueur that hails from the rolling green hills of Ireland, and it is an absolute delight to the senses. It's a luxurious blend of Irish whiskey, cream, and a touch of rich chocolate, vanilla and subtle coffee flavours. Each sip is as decadent as it is creamy, followed by a delightful warmth from the whiskey. Baileys has become a beloved drink worldwide, enjoyed both on its own over ice or as a luxurious a ..read more
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Biscoff Waffles Recipe
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by Emily Leary
6M ago
These soft, fluffy, golden, utterly delicious Biscoff waffles are a breakfast dream come true that you'll want to make time and time again. The tender texture and distinctive Biscoff flavour makes these such a winner for any fan of Lotus Biscoff, and they're extra special when served with Biscoff sauce. You could enjoy these waffles as a special breakfast treat (birthday Biscoff waffles, anyone?!) or serve as a dessert option the whole family will love. Are Biscoff waffles easy to make? These Biscoff waffles are incredibly easy to make. All you'll need is simple refrigerator and store cup ..read more
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