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Natalie Coleman won MasterChef 2013 with a Scotch egg, and ever since she's been showcasing the same fresh, fun, down-to-earth cooking that made her a star. Now, she shows you how to do it too, guiding you through easy techniques and mouth-watering recipes that are the secret to her fantastic food. With chapters on grilling, baking and frying, as well as freezing, preserving, salt-baking and cooking in a bag, Natalie proves that great food is built on easy, reliable techniques that produce impressive, enviable results every time. Natalie's recipes include: Jerk Chicken; Homemade Salt Beef; Nan's Famous Corned Beef Pie; Confit Duck with Pomegranate Salad; Green Peppercorn Squid; Aubergine Bhajis; Salt-baked Pil Pil Prawns; Pimms Lollipops; Basil Ice Cream with Pink Peppercorn Strawberries; Orange Olive Oil Cake; and, of course, her trademark Scotch Eggs, including chorizo and mackerel variations.
|Publication date:||2nd October 2014|
|Publisher:||Quercus Publishing Plc|
|Primary Genre||Cookery, Food and Drink|
Natalie Coleman won BBC One's MasterChef 2013, proving to 6.5 million viewers that 'the girl from Hackney done good' with her trademark down-to-earth food. Now, the former accountant and techno DJ has ditched the 9 to 5, hung up the headphones and entered the world of cooking full-time. In the wake of her win, Natalie has worked in the kitchens of Le Gavroche (with Michel Roux Jr), Viajante (with Nuno Mendes), St. John (with Fergus Henderson) and The Hand & Flowers (with Tom Kerridge). Natalie has appeared live on Channel 4's What's Cooking?, Radio 4's Midweek with Libby Purves, and Steve Wright in the ...More About Natalie Coleman