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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    Went to the Xmas themed cooking class tonight. It was devine! Brandy cream custard, lychee & lemon sorbet, cucumber soup, herb & garlic pull-apart, watermelon/ginger/strawberry spritzer, cookies, wine jelly, fruitcake, potato salad with a mustard mayo, creamy spinach dip....was all yum yum!
    That all sounds yummy!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    Went to the Xmas themed cooking class tonight. It was devine! Brandy cream custard, lychee & lemon sorbet, cucumber soup, herb & garlic pull-apart, watermelon/ginger/strawberry spritzer, cookies, wine jelly, fruitcake, potato salad with a mustard mayo, creamy spinach dip....was all yum yum!
    Sounds awesome! Care to share any recipes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    Sounds awesome! Care to share any recipes?
    Sure thing, I'll post the ones I wrote down. All can be found in the 'Festive' cookbook too apparently.

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    Brandy Cream Custard
    - 75g sugar milled (or icing sugar)
    - insert butterfly then add
    - 3 eggs
    - 40g brandy
    - 200g cream
    - 200ml milk
    - 10mins, 80C, speed 4

    (Can double recipe for large crowd, just add 2mins to cooking time)

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    Cucumber Soup
    - 2 peeled & chopped cucumbers
    - 1/2 onion
    - handful of dill
    - 1 tbsp vegetable stock
    - 500g water
    - combine 5sec, speed 9
    - add 2 small cubed potatoes
    - cook 15min, 100 degrees, then purée
    - briefly mix in 100ml cream (optional)

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    Creamed spinach dip
    - 120g Parmesan
    - handful of parsley
    - mill together, set aside
    - 1/2 onion
    - 90g bacon, chop together
    - add 20g oil, MC off, 100 degrees, 2mins. Then add:
    - 100g sun dried tomatoes
    - 150g spinach leaves
    - 120g Philadelphia cream cheese
    - combine all on 40sec, speed 5

    This is very rich but devine!! Would be lovely with chicken or mixed through pasta for a decadent meal to I think,

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    Lychee & Lemon Sorbet
    - 75g sugar (mill speed 10)
    Then add everything at once:-
    - 1 whole lemon
    - 300g Lychees (reserve juice for ice cubes if using canned)
    - 1kg ice (including juice if you froze it)
    - egg white
    - combine until you hear the blades change (took about 1.5mins at class).

    This is slightly different to a typical sorbet recipe, which resulted in a creamier texture. Lovely.

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    Herb & Garlic pull-apart bread

    Insert in following order
    - warm water 450g
    - 2 satchels of yeast (yes 2)
    - 750g bakers flour
    - 5tbsp oil
    - tbls salt
    - combine briefly, then 2mins interval
    - roll/pull dough out to large rectangle
    - rub 120g garlic-herb butter filling all over
    - cut in to strips and roll up/place in a lined baking tin all touching.
    - 200C, 30-40mins

    The garlic-herb butter was made fresh too, but I didn't write that down. It was the butter from EDC, with fresh herbs mixed through. I think it would have been even better with some garlic too.

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    I took a sneaky photo from the book they were trying to sell! Here's the bread recipe for above. Not sure how clear it is.

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    Thanks Pesca- that dip sounds amazing!


 

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