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  • Paul Hollywood's very own baking tips

    Paul Hollywood’s very own baking tips

    I love a bit of Paul, if you know what I mean! I also love getting busy in the kitchen but baking bread has proved to be something of a nemesis for me. No matter how much I knead, twist, squash and smack my dough around, I can never seem to arrive at a consistency

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    tips for using a slow cooker

    Tips for using a slow cooker

    Dark winter evenings call for hearty stews, and slow cookers are the perfect way to create healthy comfort food without spending ages slaving over the cooker. As well as being a healthy way to cook, slow cookers also take a lot of effort out of making meals, are economical, inexpensive and easy to use. Here

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    toffee apple cake

    Toffee apple cake

    A dash of cinnamon and chewy toffee make this moist toffee apple cake really special. Great served as a dessert with custard or in slices with a cup of something hot. Ideal for a Halloween treat or Bonfire night supper. Preparation time: Less than 30 mins Cooking time: 30 mins to 1 hour Serves: 6

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    bonfire toffee

    Bonfire Toffee

    Crowds of friends will love this dark, sticky, treacle bonfire toffee smashed in to bite sized pieces. Perfect for a bonfire night treat. For similar recipes visit bbcgoodfood.com Ingredients oil, for greasing 450g dark brown sugar 125ml hot water ¼ tsp cream of tartar 115g black treacle 115g golden syrup Method Line the base and

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    Mini beef meatballs with an easy tomato sauce

    Mini beef meatballs with an easy tomato sauce

    Here’s a great recipe idea for your little ones to enjoy, Mini beef meatballs with an easy Tomato sauce. Make extra and freeze as a school night option for tea. Try adding some steamed and puréed broccoli, carrots or other veg to the sauce to introduce them to new flavours Ingredients 2 slices of bread

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    Mary berry lemon drizzle traybake

    Mary berry lemon drizzle traybake

    This really is our top favourite. It is always moist and crunchy. The cake needs to be still warm when the topping is added so that it absorbs the lemon syrup easily, leaving the sugar on top. Do allow the cake to cool a little though – if it is too hot the syrup will

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