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I live in the United States and find that some of the ingredients called for in Nigella's books are not easily available here, i.e. Almond flour. Do you have a list of places that would stock uncommon ingredients?
Posted by janetbr. Answered on 8th Oct 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer
Hi there! I live in India and muscovado sugar is not available here, though we get icing, caster and brown (Dememra) sugars. Since quite a few of your recipes have muscovado am hesitant to try any - is there another substitute for muscovado? Help!
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org. Answered on 7th Oct 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer
I love the idea (and the photo) of the Pizza Rustica (Domestic Goddess, p86), however, my family is vegetarian. Are there any specific filling combinations you would suggest for this type of dish? Thanks!
Posted by bekka135. Answered on 6th Oct 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer
Hi, can I subsituite a little of the plain flour for some cocoa when making biscuits to make them chocolate biscuits? Vickie.
Posted by vickieslack. Answered on 5th Oct 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer
Due to a recent move, I now have to switch from a convection oven to a non-convection oven. I am so scared that my cakes are not going to rise. Please can you tell me that they will or how can I ensure that they will. It is keeping me awake at night.
Posted by lucylennon. Answered on 4th Oct 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer
I'm making Christmas dinner this year, except that I'm cooking it on Boxing Day. Have you got any tips for soaking the turkey?
Posted by hanhan. Answered on 3rd Oct 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer
When I make baked cheesecake it tastes of egg, what am I doing wrong?
Posted by rosalyn26. Answered on 2nd Oct 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer
I've just made Nigella's Pavlova. This is not the first time. Usually it comes out great. This time though I've used fructose instead of caster sugar for health purpose and the meringue caramelized and is still soft. Can you explain? thanks for helping !
I adore Nigella's Chocolate Pavlova - it is an absolute favourite in my home and my go-to dessert for get-togethers and parties. I would dearly like to make it in to little mini pavlovas (one bite size) for an impending event and am wondering if you might be able to give me some advice on cooking times so I still achieve that wonderful chewy centre and gorgeous crunchy exterior. Thanks so much. Tash.
Posted by myrnamas. Answered on 1st Oct 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer