Waitrose Kitchen Magazine, January 2014

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  • Broccoli, pea and ricotta frittata

    • eeeve on December 15, 2015

      A nice weeknight supper dish; should really use this as a template to try out more frittatas. I didn't have frozen peas and used a regular broccoli (not a tenderstem type). The garlic-flavoured ricotta adds a nice kick; also added some oily sun-dried tomatoes and grated parmesan on top.

  • Date & banana smoothie

    • eeeve on December 03, 2015

      While this makes a good smoothie, it's a bit too sweet for me, certainly for breakfast. And even though I have a fairly high-powered blender (not a Vitamix), it took ages to blend the dates; there were still some lumps left after what seemed like forever. (Should they be soaked overnight to soften?)

  • Caramelised lemon rice pudding

    • Susan_F on January 26, 2014

      Nice pudding, especially if you want something that's not too sweet.

  • Chocolate beetroot slump cake

    • HelenNG on February 08, 2014

      A lovely delicious cake. Just a few comments 1. The recipe ingredienys says you need 400g of dates, but when you read the full insteuctions you actally only need 250g. A little annoying as i could have saved myself the cost of the second bag of dates and avoided being left with pureed dates that i didn't really have a use for. 2. The baking time is far too short. The cake was completely raw in the middle when i took it out and it took another hour of baking to get the torte like consistency the recipe suggests. Before that it was moussy inside which was still nice, but i wouldn't serve it to pregnant women or anyone concerned about eating raw eggs. That said it is really a lovely cake, and even won over my husband who is usually very sceptical about a cake with no sugar, butter or flour. :-)

  • Vegetable coulibiac with redcurrant sauce

    • sarabursey on April 18, 2014

      Why is there no actual recipe and only a list of ingredients. That is just boarder line retarded. What is the point of this website if you can't get the recipe, which is the only thing people want.

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  • Published Jan 01 2014
  • Format Magazine
  • Page Count 110
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom

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Waitrose Kitchen is a fresh and modern food bible for cookery inspiration for all occasions, from the everyday to the special. It encourages more people to share the Waitrose passion for good food and cooking - with great recipes, beautiful photography and the biggest and best-loved names in the food world. There are time-saving tips and inspirational ideas for the busy Waitrose customer. Waitrose publishes Waitrose Kitchen magazine, available in all Waitrose branches and other selected newsagents and stores.