Blend mustard and marmalade, pour it about rooster, and bake. It truly is that easy. [Photograph: Jonathan Lovekin]
This is as basic as it receives, and it really is ideal for a busy night time. For this recipe from his most recent cookbook, Consume, Nigel Slater brings together marmalade and complete-grain mustard, pours the mixture around hen legs, and bakes them. Then he…Nope, that is it, and they’re marvelous. They strike the table glazed, sticky and juicy, with the intricate bitterness of the marmalade and the tangy heat of the mustard. It really is an remarkable and charming blend.
Why I picked this recipe: I really like spicy-sweet flavors, and I seriously really like five moment preparations.
What labored: For a two-ingredient glaze, this hit an out-of-proportion quantity of taste notes.
What did not: No issues!
Proposed tweaks: A very little salt wouldn’t be amiss if your mustard is mild.
Thanks to our ever-generous mates at 10 Speed Press, we have 5 copies of Eat to give absent this week.
Reprinted with permission from Take in: The Tiny E-book of Quick Foodstuff by Nigel Slater, copyright ©2014. Printed by 10 Velocity Press, an imprint of Random Dwelling LLC.