A healthy chicken meal that takes less than 30 minutes? It’s possible when you tuck in a vibrant mix of sweet potatoes and broccoli with chicken breasts — a one-pan meal wonder!Garlic, rosemary, paprika, salt and pepper are all you need to make the flavours in the chicken pop. If you happen to have cherry tomatoes, they make a brilliant addition as they sweeten and caramelise in the most delightful way when cooked in the pan. Got cherries, cranberries or raisins? Toss them in and let the flavours dance and skittle on the pan. If you haven't got chicken breasts, chicken fillets work as well! This recipe uses sweet potatoes and broccoli, but feel free to customise the meal with asparagus, cauliflower, corn or even red onions!
Can you think of anything as delightful as freshly-baked brownies, served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream? Trust the Belgian chocolatier Callebaut for an even more chocolatey and decadent bake that will be popular with the whole family. Gooey and fudgy, this is the only brownies recipe you will ever need.Taste the crisp, crackly top before it gives way to a rich, fudgy inside. Each chunk is sprinkled with sea salt flakes, striking a perfect balance between sweet and just a cheeky hint of saltiness. A double dose of chocolate — Callebaut Dark Callets™ and Callebaut Milk Callets™ — make these brownies the most sinful and satisfying around, perfect for teatime or any time of the day!This recipe uses the Kenwood Chefette 3L - Hand Mixers and the Kenwood Electric Oven.No oven to whip up the brownies of your dreams? No problem, you can’t go wrong with this oh-so-simple recipe.
Raise your hand if you feel intimidated by the thought of baking your own bread — even with easy bread recipes on hand! It’s no secret that bread making is a bit of a science, and requires lots of love and patience too. Fortunately, today we’re exploring a type of bread that you might say is a bit of a ‘hack’. Flatbread! Flatbread is obviously, bread that is flat. But it only requires only an hour of rising action, before you can top this bread dough off with all the ingredients you love. Think of it a little like pizza dough – just more bread-like and chewy! Today’s bread recipe is a favourite with families because you can literally add anything you love. Sausage slices, chunks of gooey cheese, mixed herbs, sliced asparagus, sea salt, luncheon meat, the list goes on. We’re feeling hungry already. Enjoy this recipe, friends!
Perfectly crusty, soft, and just a little bit tangy on the inside – sourdough bread is great for sandwiches, dipping into creamy soups, or just good enough with a slab of salted butter. This recipe is a continuation of our first recipe on making your own sourdough starter. If you’ve managed to make your own – congratulations! Just before you rush to use your starter, do a quick check:
Is my starter ready to be used?
It is best to use the starter when it is at its peak height (look for when it’s doubled in size) during the rising and falling stages of growth. Do this test to ensure it’s ready for use: Mix your starter to distribute bubbles evenly then drop a spoonful of starter into a bowl of water. If it floats, it’s ready to go. But if it drops to the bottom, allow it to rest for a few hours longer. And if you’re still feeling antsy, do a quick smell check: Your starter should smell sweet and slightly sour, and be light in colour. If the starter begins to turn pink, green, or dark brown that goes beyond the surface of the starter then that’s a sign of bad bacteria growth so the starter should be discarded. This recipe makes 2 hefty loaves of sourdough bread.
It’s hot, it’s humid, but it’s not prudent to keep the air-conditioning on all day long. You walk to the refrigerator once, twice, and for the third time, you sigh and hope that if only there was a refreshing, delicious, healthy dessert you can use to beat the heat. We’ve got your back. Here’s a two-step (yes, really!) recipe for a deliciously fragrant Coconut Pandan Chia Seed Pudding that quenches your thirst, and transports you to memories of a sunny beach holiday.
Have you always dreamt of being a wow-worthy cook? Maybe, with all the time we’ve got staying at home, it’s time to learn how to cook with flair. And perhaps the exciting world of food accounts on TikTok can help!Looking to whip up a spicy Mexican dish or a creamy Italian pasta recipe? TikTok has got your back. Prefer local flavours? No worries, there are Yong Tau Fu and Fried Mee Siam accounts for you too! Most of the recipes aren't tedious to make, and may not require complex kitchen machines at all. So, are you ready to put your chef hat on? The TikTok fanatics here at Love Wholesome have curated a list of the best food TikTokers out there.
The account that understands cooking doesn’t have to be long-winded: @khairulaming
Just learning to cook? Start here. It’s very unlikely that any of the recipes on the TikTok account @khairulaming will make you stumble, even if you’re a beginner.Known for his famous introductory line of "Hey, what's up guys...?", Khairulaming's feed is perfect for those who are new to the culinary world. He started out on Facebook and Instagram and have recently joined the Tiktok fraternity in 2020. Don’t be surprised to see a TikTok of chilli c