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I'm looking forward to cooking the Spanish Chicken with Chorizo & Potatoes and the Homestyle Jerk Chicken with Rice & Peas from the book Kitchen. Would a baking tray with sides less than 2cm deep be ok to use? If you could tell me where to buy the shallow roasting tin featured I'd be grateful. Many thanks
Posted by SharonL. Answered on 23rd Mar 2012 at 12.00Read The Answer
I recently bought a bottle of pomegranate molasses for a Persian lamb recipe. The lamb was disappointing and I now find myself stuck with a bottle of molasses that I may never use again! Any suggestions for a tasty recipe to use this product in? Thanks, Shelly Connor
Posted by ShellyConnor. Answered on 22nd Mar 2012 at 12.00Read The Answer
Hi there! My question is really simple - I would like to know if there is a difference between the USA and British "Kitchen" books? Does the one come in pounds and the other in grams or are the books the same and the ISBN numbers are just different? I just want to make sure before I buy the wrong book. Thank you.
Posted by springmielie. Answered on 21st Mar 2012 at 12.00Read The Answer
Hi, I baked the Devil's Food Cake from Kitchen (p253) recently and I have to admit it was delicious! I followed the recipe very closely, however, my frosting was very runny. I left it in the refrigerator overnight as well. Is there something I did wrong or is there any thing else I can do to correct it? I'd love to bake it again. Thank you!
Posted by natashatul. Answered on 20th Mar 2012 at 12.00Read The Answer
On one of the Christmas TV repeats Nigella made some savoury pancakes with smoked salmon on top. I would love to make these but can't find the recipe. I have the Nigella Express and Christmas books and can't find them in there - can you point me in the right direction please as they looked lovely. Thanks, Carol.
I saw Nigella make a carrot cake on one of her shows on TV, but I couldn't write it all down. I have searched the website, but nothing comes up, and it looked so delicious. It had carrot, almond flour, 3 eggs, oil, caster sugar, pine nuts, and sultanas soaked in a liqueur. It was served with marscapone. PLEASE help me - I want a gluten free carrot cake, and this was perfect. Thank you so much.
Posted by Caitlin's Granny. Answered on 19th Mar 2012 at 12.00Read The Answer
Hello, I just tried your Brownies recipe from your iPhone Quick Collection and I am not sure if they are raw? I live in Mexico so oven times can change a little, so after 25 minutes in the oven they didn´t quite look done. I let them bake for 5 more minutes, took them out and let them cool. They taste delicious but are very soft inside. The top is light brown and the inside dark brown. Any suggestions? Thank you!
Posted by anahi acevedo. Answered on 18th Mar 2012 at 12.00Read The Answer
Hi Nigella, I am an ardent fan of you and your cooking skills. However as I live in India I am still very unfamiliar with the international ingredients you use in your recipes. I would like to cook a surprise weekend meal for my husband - a dish that comprises of chicken with mashed potatoes and boiled veggies. Which recipe from your collection would you recommend?
Posted by Sim.m. Answered on 17th Mar 2012 at 12.00Read The Answer
I'm making my own wedding cake and would like to have three different tiers. I've already made the bottom tier (Nigella's Chocolate Fruit Cake from Christmas) and would like to have the other two as chocolate and something like a jam and cream sponge. My dilemma is that I need something that will stay fresh for a few days - the longer I can make it before the wedding, the better. I don't know what recipes to use! Can you suggest anything please?
Posted by bookie. Answered on 16th Mar 2012 at 12.00Read The Answer