Pavlova is a family favourite of ours. My family loves the outside very crisp, with the marshmallow quite gooey. So instead of one large pavlova (which you can certainly do with this recipe), I make 12 smaller ones and that gives me the perfect crisp to goo ratio! Top these mini, single serve pavlovas with… Read More Mini Pavlova with Chocolate Mousse
There is something magical about a simple dumpling. So what does that make these Chicken Dumplings with a Crispy Net? The perfect bite! A soft and velvety dumpling, juicy centre and crispy tuile…it really is a perfect bite. I’m a big fan of pan steaming because the dumplings develop a variety of textures and it’s… Read More Chicken Dumplings with a Crispy Net
I know lobster is an indulgent home ingredient, so if you’re going to use it, try this worthwhile, delicious recipe! The delicate soft lobster pairs so well with the smooth, decadent and buttery citrus sabayon. Recipe for this mouth-watering dish is from one of my episodes on A is for Apple (Gusto TV)!
When we discovered the reason for my daughters bloat and pain was caused by gluten… we had to get creative. My sweet Bria has a sweet tooth and loves cake, so I created this ‘volcanic’ dessert with activated charcoal to put a smile on her face! This is the recipe for the sponge cake… I… Read More Gluten Free Charcoal Sponge Cake
Who knew white chocolate could look like this! Baking white chocolate can covert it into a liquid caramel or taken further, into a delectable crumble. The darker you bake it, the less sweet it will become, but also take on a bitter note. This sweet and bitter profile, is wonderfully complimented with a sprinkle of… Read More Yoghurt Panna Cotta with Caramelized White Chocolate