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  • Kõige lihtsam on teha kastet segades kokku 3 osa õli (näiteks extra virgin oliiviõli, maapähkliõli, seesamiõli) ja 1 osa midagi happelist (sidrunimahl, laimimahl, veiniäädikas, punase veini äädikas jne)
  • Võid lisada lusikatäie maitsestamata jogurtit, et saada kreemisem kaste.
  • Lisa kastet salatile vähehaaval ja sega kätega.
  • Lisa kaste alati alles enne serveerimist.
  • Õli ja happed kastmes aitavad kehal salatist toitaineid paremini omastada.



  • 2-3 suurt muna
  • meresoola ja värskelt jahvatatud musta pipart
  • natuke võid
  • väike peotäis riivitud Cheddari juustu

• Löö munad kaussi katki, lisa sool ja pipar ja klopi lahti.
• Soojenda väike praadimispann madalal kuumusele, kui pann on soe, lisa või.
• Kui või on sulanud ja mullitab, lisa munad ja liiguta panni, et muna ühtlaselt pannil jaotuks.
• Kui omlett hakkab hüübima, aga veidi on veel vedelat muna pealpool, lisa riivitud juust.
• Tõsta omleti äär spaatliga üles ja voldi muna pooleks.
• Kui omlett hakkab alt pruunistuma, võta pann tulelt ja libista omlett taldrikule.


With just a splash of oil and a pinch of salt and pepper, you can turn the humble potato into delicious home-made wedges. They’re perfect with anything from a home-made burger to your favourite grilled chicken. Give them a try and you won’t ever buy the frozen ones again.

serves 2


  • • sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
  • • 500g baking potatoes
  • • olive oil

• Preheat your oven to 200ºC/400ºF/gas 6
• Put a large pan of salted water on to boil
• Scrub the potatoes clean and get rid of any gnarly bits

• Cut the potatoes into chunky wedges
• Add to the pan of boiling water and parboil for 8 minutes
• Drain in a colander and leave to steam dry for a couple of minutes

• Transfer to a roasting tray and add a good lug of olive oil and a pinch of salt and pepper
• Toss together so all the wedges are coated in the oil then spread out in one layer
• Cook in the hot oven for 15 minutes until golden, crisp and cooked through

• Delicious served with steak or chicken
• Once you’ve made these, why not try sprinkling with a little smoked paprika for a nice, spicy twist



  • • 2 cloves of garlic
  • • 1 fresh red chilli
  • • a bunch of fresh basil
  • • sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
  • • 400g dried spaghetti
  • • olive oil
  • • 1 x 400g tin of chopped tomatoes
  • • 100g Parmesan cheese

• Peel and finely slice the garlic
• Finely slice your chilli (halve and deseed it first if you don’t want the sauce too hot)
• Pick the basil leaves off the stalks, put to one side and finely chop the stalks

• Bring a large pan of salted water to the boil, add the spaghetti and cook according to the packet instructions
• Meanwhile, put another large pan on a medium heat and add 2 good lugs of olive oil
• Add the garlic, chilli and basil stalks and give them a stir

• When the garlic begins to brown slightly, add most of the basil leaves and the tinned tomatoes
• Turn the heat up high and stir for a minute
• Season with salt and pepper

• Drain the spaghetti in a colander, then transfer it to the pan of sauce and stir well
• Taste and add more salt and pepper if you think it needs it

• Divide the pasta between your bowls, or put it on the table in a large serving dish and let everyone help themselves
• Roughly tear over the remaining basil leaves and grate over some Parmesan

These can be added to your tomato sauce when it’s finished. Just stir in and warm through:

• Add a handful of baby spinach to the sauce at the same time as you add the cooked pasta – when the leaves have wilted remove from the heat and serve with some crumbled goat’s cheese on top
• A few handfuls of cooked prawns and a handful of chopped rocket, with the juice of ½ a lemon
• A tin of tuna, drained and flaked into the sauce with ½ a teaspoon of ground cinnamon, some black olives and the juice of ½ a lemon
• A handful of fresh or frozen peas and broad beans