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Mango coconut foam soup

Mango Coconut Foam Soup

  A recipe for the Molecular Gastronomy Class: This mango coconut foam soup is rich, airy and just a bit spicy. Since it’s culinary foam instead of a traditional liquid soup, the texture is different than what many people will expect, which adds a new dimension to...

Pie

“Hachis Parmentier” (Left over pie)

  We all love a bit of pie! It is an easy heart warming and nutritious meal. Since it is a left over pie you can of course add other left over’s like other vegetables or sausages. A versatile dish, if you want to make this dish...

Arepas

How to make Colombian Arepas

A tasty and simple corn snack originating from Columbia. It is made from corn and these are one of the most popular foods in Columbia. Arepas are eaten for breakfast lunch and dinner. They are often split and filled with all types of filling or...

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How to make Pesto

Learn how to make your own pesto at home with Chef Walter Trupp. This simple Italian salsa or condiment sauce is an absolute classic and a great pasta sauce. If you would like to learn more about Italian Cooking, visit our calendar HERE and join the...

Basque Country Road Trip Cooking Class

Almond Mousse with Apricot and Rosemary Coulis and Compote

This amazing dessert comes from our newly developed Basque Country Road Trip Cooking Class.  It is rich in flavour and very easy to prepare, a perfect dinner party dessert that will impress your guests. Enjoy ! Ingredients: Serves 4 Preparation time 1 hour You need for the almond mousse 2 leafs of...

poppyseed

Poppy Seed Strudel

This poppy seed strudel recipe showcases the distinctive taste of poppy seed filling that is so popular in European sweets rolled inside a yeast dough crust. Unlike many recipes, this one does not skimp on the poppy seed. This is not like wimpy poppy seed...

Croissants

Croissants

Why don't you spoil yourself with home-made Croissants. This recipe comes form our our Pastry Masterclass Cooking Class. Ingredients 625g/1lb 5oz strong white flour, plus extra for rolling out 12g/½oz salt 75g/3oz sugar 20g/¾oz dried yeast 500g/1lb 2oz butter, chilled 8 sticks chocolate (optional) 1 free-range egg, beaten Preparation method 1; dissolve the yeast in...

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Goat cheese Tarte with Butternut Confit

  This is just such a great entrée designed and personally crafted by Walter Trupp. This dish is easily learnable, among many other beautiful and tasty dishes that you get to cook when you become a part of our Chef @ Home Cooking Academy. All the ingredients can be...

Annanas

Ananas rôti à la vanille caramélisée

This is a traditional dessert, which we share with you in one of our best selling 6-hour hands-on Traditional French cooking classes. This dessert is easy to prepare, satisfying your desire for sweetness but also delivering good nutrition; Pineapple is rich in vitamin C and an enzyme called Bromelain....

tart

Lemon and Coconut Yoghurt Tart

Let's get spoiled today with Lemon and Coconut Yoghurt Tarte This beautiful cake is been prepared by Mark, one of our past student's who shared with us the photo of a final dish. We are so pleased to see how he cultivates his passion to cooking...

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Burnt Sage & Butter Pasta with Roasted Walnuts

The simple things are quite often the best! This sauce is absolutely amazing with all types of pasta. It is especially magical with meat or seafood stuffed ravioli or gnocchi. This is not to say it isn't extremely impressive even when kept simple;  with some top...

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Tuna Pasta Salad

A great dish to create in advance and serve cold or keep for work or school lunches. This recipe is crisp and subtle and can be used as the base for a variety of pasta dishes. You may choose to add all types of salad leafs and...

waffles

Buckwheat Waffles

When you think of Waffles this probably con jours up thoughts of an unhealthy breakfast option. But this does not have to be the case! Buckwheat is gluten free, and when you serve these with a dollop of sour cream and some fresh berry compote; they are delicious...

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Chicken Mushroom & Lemon Risotto

Risotto is always a delicious idea! Italian food is always hearty and soul soothing. If you would love to learn an array of Italian recipes then check out this class: Escape to Italy Ingredients 1.5 cups of chicken stock or vegetable stock 1 tablespoon butter 1/4 onion, peeled and finely...

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Better Cooking Skills = Better Health!

Cook your way to better health In Australia food can be seen as entertainment. We love to talk about it, we love to be seen to be part of the "foodie" culture, and we like to have access to a wide variety of foods. But people...

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Christmas Cake

Its starting to feel a lot like Christmas...

pasta

Al Dente Pasta – Cooking Tip

Why is it that many endurance athlete's eat pasta the night before a race?   Pasta that is undercooked, Al dente style, acts like a low GI food. Because the pasta is hard in the centre it takes the digestive system longer to split the carbs into...

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Sauce Hollandaise

For an impressive touch, you can't beat a French sauce! Next time you make someone special breakfast try this creamy hollandaise sauce recipe. It isn't time consuming and like all things French it is delicious! You can also serve this sauce over vegetables such as asparagus, cauliflower or broccoli, or...