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Cooking with Jane: Millionaires Shortbread

Millionaires Shortbread What you need: For the Shortbread 50g Golden Caster Sugar 150g Butter (Softened) 250g Plain White Flour For the Caramel 175g Butter 175g Golden Caster Sugar 4 tbsp Golden Syrup 397ml Condensed Milk For the Topping 300g Dark Chocolate White chocolate writer pen (Optional) You will also need a 20 x 23cm baking tin, greaseproof or baking parchment, food processor and a saucepan. How to make: 1. Preheat the oven to 160°C/fan 140°C/gas mark 3. Line a 20cm x 23cm tin with baking paper, (Photo 1). 2. For the shortbread layer: place the sugar, butter and flour into
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Cooking with Jane: Prawn Risotto

Prawn Risotto Risotto is really easy to make, but it needs your attention as there is a lot of stirring, and don’t try to rush the process either you don’t want undercooked rice, but it’s worth it!. Lovely dish to have at the weekend when we generally have more time on our hands. You could substitute the prawns for mixed seafood if you prefer. What you need: 450g raw large prawns (shells removed) 1 litre of fish or vegetable stock 2 garlic cloves, minced or grated 1 bay leaf 3 tablespoons olive oil 85g butter 2 small onions, finely chopped
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Cooking with Jane: Limoncello Tiramisu

This has to be the dessert of the summer (when the sunshine returns!), if you love tiramisu then you will really love this easy limoncello version, great for a summer’s evening in the garden. What you need: feeds 8 or 4 with leftovers 100g caster sugar Zest and juice of 2 lemons And separately the zest and juice of 1 lemon 100ml limoncello liqueur 500g mascarpone cheese 600ml double cream 3 tablespoons of icing sugar 50g lemon curd 200g sponge fingers ( I used the Savioardi vanilla and chocolate version available from Waitrose but the plain ones work just as well)
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Cooking with Jane: smokey chilli con carne

This has a proper deep smoky heat from the chipotle I loved it, don’t be put off by the amount of chipotle this isn’t a spiky hot chilli that has you reaching for a glass of water. Don’t get too fussy with what you serve it with we just went for Doritos, plain yogurt (sour cream with or without chives works too), sliced avocado and grated cheese. You could serve with rice or baked potatoes but frankly I really couldn’t be bothered!This recipe can either be cooked on the hob or in the slow cooker and you can use either
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Cooking with Jane: Fudgy Chocolate Crinkle Biscuits recipe

This is a really fun biscuit recipe.  These are more like a fudgy brownie with a crisp shell than a traditional biscuit. Really easy for the kids to make and whilst you can keep them for up to 4 days they will be gone way before that !Next recipe will be posted on Saturday with some news on where you can also get more recipes.What you need: makes 16-20 60g cocoa powder, sieved 50g chocolate chips either milk or white chocolate 200g caster sugar 60ml sunflower oil 2 large eggs 180g plain flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 50g icing sugar You
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