Nigel slater nut roast recipes

34 Vegetarian Sunday Lunch Recipes you need to know about

34 Vegetarian Sunday Lunch Recipes you need to know about

Cheese & Tarragon Soufflé from Nigel Slater for the Guardian. I’ve divided them into nine categories including pies, savoury puddings, nut roasts, tarts, stuffed vegetables and so on, and the recipes range from the simplest of assembly-jobs to more involved recipes for confident cooks
Sticky Chocolate Pudding

Sticky Chocolate Pudding

Nigella Lawson’s Sticky Chocolate Pudding (from ‘Real Food’ by Nigel Slater). Definitely one of the richest things I’ve ever eaten (which seems less surprising considering it’s originally a Nigella Lawson recipe – woman of excessive amounts of chocolate)
Deconstructed – and Reconstructed – Rhubarb and Fruit Crumble

Deconstructed – and Reconstructed – Rhubarb and Fruit Crumble

First from Nigel Slater writing in The Observer - recipes for both panna cotta and lamb. Now you can just add the roasted rhubarb to the pot and give a stir before serving with a handful of fresh blueberries on top, a sprinkling of crumble and a flurry of chopped nuts
Eat With Ellen’s August Round-Up

Eat With Ellen’s August Round-Up

It’s definitely worth a go as a change from grains, pasta or couscous, and if you’re not sure what to do with it, try these recipes from Nigel Slater, another lovely of the silky spheres
a note to baba on father's day + crème caramel

a note to baba on father's day + crème caramel

i traded my old recipe from fannie farmer with a combination of nigel slater and dan lepard. it was decorated with a crown of whipped cream, sprinkled with nut debris and a drizzle of chocolate sauce
Round-Up: The December Cooking with Herbs AND Christmas Spices Challenge

Round-Up: The December Cooking with Herbs AND Christmas Spices Challenge

 Partridge in a Pear Tree – Nigel Slater by London Busy Body.  Perfect timing, we now have an entry for Sweet Roast Chestnuts, ITALIAN style and wildcraft diva suggests we eat these lovely sweet chestnuts with a glass of  ”vino novello”, very young red wine,  the Italian equivalent of Beaujolais Nouveau – yes please
April’s Credit Crunch Munch Round-up

April’s Credit Crunch Munch Round-up

This tasty Mackeral, Bacon and New Potato Salad comes to us from Jacqueline over at How to be a Gourmand via Nigel Slater so with a pedigree like that you just know this is good
random recipes round-up #36

random recipes round-up #36

and here's Gary from Exploits of a Food Nut with a very chic Chicken, Mushroom and Noodle Broth taken from Nigel Slater's Eat
November 2013 Favourites list

November 2013 Favourites list

Nigel Slater's best dessert recipes - Chocolate praline truffle cake, Blackcurrant ripple, Blackberry friands, Fig and walnut cake, Baked apples with dates, maple syrup and brandy butter, Pomegranate and prosecco jelly, Banana ice cream with warm cranberry sauce
Random Recipes #6 - Round Up

Random Recipes #6 - Round Up

Kate, from Kate's Cakes and Bakes is guilty as charged as she flagrantly avoids the rules of the game and chooses these lovely Grilled peaches from her favourite book, Nigel Slaters Real Fast Food
Alphabakes Roundup - March 2013 - I

Alphabakes Roundup - March 2013 - I

It’s from a Nigel Slater recipe. They are from a Nigella recipe and she also made some coconut macaroons, which you can see in the same blog post
These are a few of my favourite things #5

These are a few of my favourite things #5

From the new Nigel Slater book I keep on raving about and am midway through writing a review of. For these reasons I almost never turn up empty handed, even if it's just a jar of her favourite peanut butter, I always like to bring her a little something to show her how much I care
what's in season: march

what's in season: march

Nigel Slater says that March is a terrible month for cooks, for the greedy and for those who take good care of their tummies