Off the top of my head stuff I've made from the book that I've enjoyed is porridge - I have it everyday, custard, mashed potato, sorbet, brown rice salad, the normal rice, cream etc. béchamel sauce and lots of dips.
I know there's more but my brain isn't working!
I do have to admit that I see the edc as a staples and basics guide but use the forum or blogs to get other ideas for recipes. I just don't find the edc that exciting for recipes really but it does come in handy tho.
Agreed! Most of the edc is common sense but you need the instructions for the buttons when you first start out. Like I know how to whip cream ad cook rice it's just how to do it in the tmx iykwim
Made new edc stroganoff tonight. Inedible
if you are making it there is a mistake in the recipe. Do not add 100g sherry vinegar!!! Use white wine instead. Glad out dinner guests cancelled- we are eating pizza now instead.
Today I've made:
Baby food- apple, pear and cinnamon purée, chicken and veg dinners, sugar free custard
For the rest- sticky chicken and veggie slice bake- yum!
Anybody care to share the speed required to poach eggs in the rice basket? It's a recipe in the new EDC (I have the old one) I took a guess the other day with the speed and ended up with blended eggs, oops!
Did you make the baby food recipes up yourself Altropos? Or are they from the new baby and toddler book? I'm going to get that book soon for when DS starts solids, I've heard its pretty good.
Baby book is amazing !!
Urban Tumbleweed (06-07-2013)
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