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kiwichick wrote: »
I never bother peeling butternut squash, either for soup or roasting to eat. The skin goes lovely and caramelised.
If we are having it for something that does require peeling.eg.risotto, then I save the peelings to chuck in my next batch of soup!
Hope this hasnt come across as pushy, was just wanting to let people know you can eat the skin.
PurpleSkies wrote: »
KAAT - can I ask how you make your naan bread?
I attempted to make some last week and although they looked quite good they seemed to have "layered" during cooking. The top was all puffy as you would expect of a naan but the bottom was quite solid, more like a pizza base.
So I was wondering if I could find a recipe that I would have more success with!
donnajt wrote: »
Only spent £36.20 in week 3 - thanks to the £5 Newsof the World Coupon - does anybody know how long this promotion will go on for???
Do you mind me asking what promotion that is?
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