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A few of Jamie's Sustainable Recipes

1) Classic Tandoori style chicken

Jamie says: Use British Farm and RSPCA assured thighs and drumsticks as having the bone in helps to keep them succulent on the BBQ and they taste better than breast, too. If you want to use breast, keep the skin on and keep a careful watch not to overcook and dry out.

- 6 free-range British Farm or RSPCA Assured chicken legs cut into thighs and drumsticks
- Half a cup of British Greek style yoghurt
- 2 cloves of crushed garlic
- 2 tsp of ground coriander
- 2 tsp of ground cumin
- 2 tsp of turmeric
- 1 inch knob of fresh ginger peeled and grated finely
- 1 tsp of Cornish sea salt

- Score the chicken skin with a sharp knife a few times to allow the marinade to penetrate
- Mix the yoghurt, garlic, ginger and spices together. Cover the chicken with marinade and leave overnight in the refrigerator
- To cook, drain chicken of marinade
- Cook on oiled BBQ over medium heat, having the lid down nearly halves the cooking time, so about 15 minutes with lid down and 23 on an open BBQ. Remember to turn the chicken during cooking

 Tandoori chicken

2) Pavlova

Jamie says: The best Pavlova should be crisp on the outside to about three-quarters of a centimetre and then soft like marshmallow in the centre. So make it high (about 12cm); it won’t topple,

- 3 free-range British egg whites
- 3 tbsp of cold water
- 1 cup of caster sugar
- 1 tsp of malt vinegar
- 1 tsp of real vanilla essence
- 3 tsp of cornflour

- Beat egg whites till stiff
- Add cold water and beat again
- Slowly add caster sugar spoon by spoon
- Slow mixer down and add vinegar, vanilla and corn flour
- Spoon onto a baking sheet lined with a reusable silicone matt
- Shape into a cake shape about 12cm high
- Bake in 150C for 45 minutes then turn off oven and leave to cool in the oven
- Serve with lots of lightly whipped double cream and fresh British berries


3) barbecued English Bramleys

Jamie says: It’s not very often you hear of apples being done on a BBQ, but these are delicious.

- 6 small-ish English Bramley apples
- 150g of mixed dried fruits
- 50g of chopped almonds
- 80g of soft brown sugar
- The zest and juice of a lemon
- 1 tsp cinnamon

- Wash and core the apples
- Score the skin around the middle of each apple to stop them bursting during cooking
- Mix the fruit, sugar, cinnamon and lemon together
- Stuff the fruit mix inside the apple
- Top each apple with a knob of butter and then wrap each in foil
- Bake on the BBQ for around 40 minutes with the lid down if you have one

BBQ Bramley apples



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