Walnut Bread For Cheese

Walnut Bread For Cheese

Makes 2 Loaves This is easy to make and requires no kneading. It will keep, welt wrapped in the fridge. for up to 4 days, and after that it’s still good toasted. You can bake the mixture in muffin pans and serve as individual loaves. Ingredients 2 x 7g sachets...
Walnut and Oat Cakes

Walnut and Oat Cakes

Top these with a wedge of triple cream and caramelised fig or, for a completely different taste, with shredded roast duck or something like julienned apple and witlof. This recipe makes about 20 cakes. Ingredients 240 gm (about 300 ml) of wholemeal flour 70 gm oatmeal...
A Hint about Walnuts in Stir Fries

A Hint about Walnuts in Stir Fries

A good stir fry needs a combination of colours, flavours and textures. Whether it is a stir fry with just vegetables or with meats such as chicken or beef with various vegetables, adding some broken up fresh Australian walnut kernels near the end of the stir frying...
Warm Sweet Spiced Walnuts

Warm Sweet Spiced Walnuts

Ingredients 2 cups walnuts 1/4 cup unsalted butter 1/2 tsp. cumin 1/8 tsp. cayenne pepper 3/4 tsp. coarse salt Instructions 1. In heavy based saucepan, melt butter over moderate heat. 2. Add spices, stir for 30 seconds. 3. Add the nuts and salt, cook, stirring until...
Walnut, Basil and Pecorino Scones

Walnut, Basil and Pecorino Scones

Makes about 18 Ingredients 300g (2 cups) plain flour 3 teaspoons baking powder 25g butter, chopped 35g (1/3 cup) walnut pieces, finely chopped 1/3 cup basil leaves, finely chopped 100g finely grated pecorino 1¼ cups milk, approximately 1 egg yolk, lightly beaten with...
Salads

Salads

Walnuts are commonly included in French salads, their gentle butter-sweet taste marrying well with equally sweet, slightly acidic tastes, such as blue cheese, fresh cabécou [goat’s cheese], pear, figs and beetroot, and able to hold their own against robust...