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I love the recipe for Maple and Pecan Bundt cake in kitchen and have now made it several times. However, with the rest of the house away at the moment, I have some that has started to go stale. Do you have any suggestions as to how I could use this as it really is too good to throw away.
Posted by CMcMillan. Answered on 9th Jun 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer
The Oreo Cookies and Cream recipe in the recipes section of Nigella.com Recipe has for the base: 250g plain chocolate digestives and 150g melted butter. Is that right? I just made the base and it was totally runny - had to add 100g more digestives and its still a bit soggy. Thanks, Gwen
Hello. I have tried out many of your recipes and I must say that they have never failed. However, when I was going through your Chocolate Peanut Butter Cheesecake recipe (Kitchen, p175), I was at a loss because I do not have a food processor. How do i process the chocolate chips along with the digestive biscuits and butter? Please do help me out! Regards, Mary Susan
Posted by Willen. Answered on 8th Jun 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer
i have been wanting to make my own salad dressings and have most of the ingredients on hand. My main problem is that many recipes call for mayonnaise, which is something my husband and I despise. What can I use instead? The current recipe only calls for 2 tbsp (30 ml) but some casear dressings call for much more. Thank you! Loving fan Sonja
Posted by misspinkedout. Answered on 7th Jun 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer