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Baking Fanatic by Philip - 5d ago

The sweet heat you get from stem ginger works particularly well here in these quirky scones that are simple to make and will brighten up any day! Scones really are are speedy treats to make, and they are wonderful whether plain or flavoured. The key to successful scones are: aim for a wetter but not …
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This sublime dish – which is also great to serve with drinks – is a joy to behold and I guarantee that once you start eating these chops you will not want to stop! The idea for this recipe was given to me by my dear friend Dipa: I was honoured to have cooked alongside …
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Sweet, sticky coconut enrobed in chocolate, a Bounty Bar is one of my guilty-pleasures when it comes to commercial chocolates. This is my very simple version….. These are slightly on the posh side, but I was playing with my chocolate moulds and couldn’t resist camping them up somewhat! The mixture is made in seconds: sometimes …
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Soft, slightly sweet and a perfect foil for a hearty filling, these brioche-style burger buns are my go-to whenever I want to make the buns from scratch. For the first episode of Britain’s Best Home Cook last year, our first ever challenge was to cook our Ultimate Burger, along with a selection of sides: a …
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Sticky, spicy, sweet and fragrant, this Thai dish proved to be a massive hit at a recent vegan supper I gave recently. So much so that I was asked for the recipe by several of my guests. Good food always makes me happy. Whether it has fish, meat, is vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free etc…it does …
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Delicately scented but with much depth of flavour, my saffron and roasted garlic bread is a real treat when eaten with good butter and perhaps some cheeses. Garlic, saffron and bread: oh my word, THIS is a marriage made well and truly in heaven. If you have never tried bread dipped into a punchy saffron …
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These very simple muffins give an incredible taste explosion in your mouth: gingery heat, tangy rhubarb and the sweet creamyness of white chocolate. And they are so quick and easy to make. These muffins are simply an adaptation of my rhubarb and ginger crumble cake (recipe here). I have added chunks of white chocolate and …
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This majestic curry, with melt-in-the-mouth spiced lamb and a thick sauce that is, quite frankly, to die for, is easy to make. It can be made a couple of days ahead, reheating gently when you are ready to eat. This is my version of Nalli Gosht; adapted from one of the recipes scribbled down many …
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Think onion bhajis in a bread, with a chilli kick, and that will give you the idea behind what I think is a wonderful tear-and-share bread. I adore bread. So much. Maybe even too much…….Good bread is truly one of life’s greatest pleasures and I cannot think of a week when I have not made …
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Macarons that have a fruity tang tick every box for me, and if there is a kick of alcohol in the filling then I am all over them! These Peach Bellini macarons are little bites of pure, unadulterated indulgence. I use my standard macaron recipe (which can be found here), into which I normally add …
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