Welcome to Food with Jude

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Food with Jude is simply me sharing my love of all things food, so, here you will find such things as recipes, restaurant reviews, local suppliers to try, farm shops, artisan markets and general foodie information which you will hopefully find useful.  So, sit back, relax, and read on.

 

Traditional Pancakes

It's Pancake Day! Who doesn't love making, flipping and tucking into pancakes. It's fun to do and there are so many different toppings and fillings to create. Your imagination can run wild! The Recipe Ingredients 100g Plain flour 2 large eggs 300ml milk Toppings of your choice (maybe start with lemon and sugar) Method Pop the eggs, flour and milk in a jug and whisk till smooth. Let the batter rest for 10 mins (if you can resist) Put a splash of oil on some kitchen paper and w

Thai Red Chicken Curry

If you've followed my story so far with this blog, you'll know I'm a big curry fan. Sometimes I fancy something fragrant and flavoursome rather than spicy and when that's the case, I turn to Thai curry. My version of Red Thai Curry is simple to prepare and only takes about 30 mins, so could easily be done as a midweek meal. Yes, you can make your own curry paste (I have in the past) but on this occasion it's done for me by Sainsburys (other retailers are available!) If you ha

Banana Muffins

I love weekends when you have no plans and can just potter about doing whatever you fancy doing. This weekend was one of those such weekends for me. Sunday afternoon came and I thought I'd bake ... it probably takes longer to weigh and prepare ingredients than it does to actually get the mixture done and in the oven! What inspired me was 2 slightly specked bananas looking all forlorn and unloved on the worktop. Banana muffins certainly gave them a new lease of life! This mixt

Homemade Sultana Loaf

This is a very simple variation on a standard sponge cake recipe. You can of course add any dried fruit such as raisins, cherries, orange peel, candied peel, currants etc but I prefer to use sultanas. It's easy to whip up and in less than an hour you have a delicious cake that can be served on its own, topped with butter (as I like it) or even served with custard! The Recipe Ingredients 4oz Golden Caster Sugar 4oz unsalted softened butter 2 eggs 8oz Self raising flour cap of

 
Homemade Bread

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