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How to express your love though cooking

How to express your love though cooking

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Published by Danny Rees
A collection of my published recipes by Danny Rees
A collection of my published recipes by Danny Rees

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Published by: Danny Rees on Oct 05, 2011
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 A selection of published recipes and articles by Danny Rees
How to expressyour love throughcooking
A selection of my recipes and article that have been published in the South
Wales Evening Post and Swansea Life ‘love food’ magazine
Apple and plum crumble
I have two dwarf apple trees in my garden and the fruit on one of them isready. I also went to Swansea market yesterday and saw plenty of Britishplums for sale so this crumble recipe is perfect for this time of year and theapple and plum season will run for a for a couple of months yet so get the kidsmaking this and enjoy it while the fruit is at its best. Another lovely addition isblackberries, which are ready to be picked right now in your local hedge. Alsothe topping has wholemeal flour and oats added for extra fibre. I love to servevanilla ice cream with this as the combination of warm crumble and cold icecream is heaven!
What you need
400g apples, peeled, cored and cut into chunks400g plums, stoned and halved50g caster sugar
For the crumble topping:
100g plain flour50g wholemeal flour50g porridge oats100g butter, cut into cubes100g brown sugar1 tsp ground cinnamon / ginger (opt)
How you do it
1) preheat oven to 200 C / 400 F / gas 62) place the fruit into your crumble dish and sprinkle caster sugar on tothe fruit.3) Put the flour an
d butter in a bowl and ‘rub in’ the butter to the flour (it
will look like breadcrumbs). Stir in the oats, sugar and spices if usingand sprinkle on top of the fruit. Bake for 40 minutes.For more family friendly recipes and tips see my blog at 
Apple Drop Scones
A healthy and delicious alternative to toast and cereal. The batter looks likepancake batter but its slightly thicker, which helps, hold their shape. Thegrated apple in it is a sneaky way of getting a bit of fruit in them without themnoticing. This is also a great way to get young kids started in the kitchen, as itis so simple to make. They can easily make the batter and as confidencegrows they can cook them as well. You could substitute some of the flour forwholemeal or use a different fruit such as pear. Lovely just with butter on.
Makes 12
120g self-raising flour25g caster sugar1 eggPinch of salt120ml milk1 apple, peeled and gratedDrop of oil to grease pan1) Sift the flour into a bowl, add the sugar and salt and mix.
Make a well in the centre and add the egg then the milk. Whisk untilyou have a smooth batter. Add the grated apple and mix in.
Grease your frying pan and place on a medium heat. Using atablespoon of mixture per scone, drop into the pan, keeping each one
well apart so they don’t stick together. Cook for 2 minutes on each
side. Serve warm.

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