Tuesday, July 21, 2009

100 easiest, fastest recipes. Ever

The Guardian has a great list of their 100 easiest fastest receipes ever from chefs such as Gordon Ramsay and Georgio Locatelli. Here are a couple I like:

2. Chef Gordon Ramsay, Claridge's
Slow-roasted tomatoes

We go mad whenever English tomatoes are in season - the kitchens are filled with so many that we could probably fill a bathtub with them. Slow-roasting is a great way to use them up and intensifies the flavour. Heat the oven to the lowest setting and halve the tomatoes. Arrange them, cut-side up, on a lightly oiled roasting tray and scatter over some chopped garlic, shallots and thyme leaves. Drizzle generously with olive oil and a sprinkling of sea salt and freshly ground pepper. Gently roast for an hour until tender. Serve at room temperature with pasta, fish dishes or salads or as a bruschetta topping.

6. Chef Stuart Gillies, Boxwood Cafe
Asparagus, feta and smoked salmon salad

Cut raw asparagus thinly at an angle up to the tip, then mix with crumbled feta cheese, cooked chilled peas and broad beans, watercress leaves and a white wine and olive oil vinaigrette. Season with salt and pepper and serve with smoked salmon.

Read them all HERE

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