Archive for: December, 2018

Smoked fish bujol (breakfast recipe)

Reader recipe submitted by John K Bilsbury who provided the following fantastic smoked fish bujol breakfast to start your day in style. “When I was working in Trinidad, the hotel served this as Trinny Breakfast with a piece of the local bread. The original is called Salt Fish Bujol but my simplified version uses smoked…

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Competition: Signed copy of Martin Dorey’s Campervan Bible

As promised in one of our previous videos it is competition time! After the rather amazing seafood chowder video, we are giving away 2 copies of the Campervan Bible by Martin Dorey! 1st prize is signed by the author, a 2nd unsigned will go to a runner up.. To enter all you need to do…

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Sweet potato coconut curry (vegan)

This sweet potato coconut curry recipe is super simple and tastes fantastic, it is even suitable for vegans. One of our goals in recent times has been to eat less meat, having at least 2 meals a week that don’t include it. This recipe is incredibly tasty and even the most dedicated carnivore would give…

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Spelt (50%) pizza dough

This 50% spelt pizza dough is perhaps a little more involved than our other dough recipe but it is sitll relatively simple and can be made and stored, or even frozen for use later. Being half spelt it has health benefits, the ancient grain has reported to have digestive, cholesterol and circulation benefits as well…

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Campervan Shakshuka – Breakfast Recipe

A favourite breakfast recipe of ours, this campervan Shakshuka breakfast is our based upon the African dish can also be a good brunch. The salsa style sauce can also be saved and used for other meals later in the day making it an easy yet tasty van recipe. The recipe is a tomato based sauce,…

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Campervan pizza dough (lower gluten)

Print Pizza Dough by Elly Swanson Ingredients Equal volume (not weight) of self raising flour and Greek yogurt (you could use your yogurt pot for measuring, 250ml will make one large base) Pinch of salt (if so inclined, but these bases are tasty even without and there‚Äôll be salt in your cheese for the topping)…

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