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Onion, pepper and watercress tart...a delicious Friday night supper. The base for this is caramelised onions, which just takes it to another level of scrumminess!
This tart was loosely based on Mary Berry’s Absolute Favourites....this is my version... Ready rolled puff pastry (I used @jusrol gluten free)
A knob of butter
2tbsp olive oil
2 large onions, thinly sliced
2tbsp light muscovado sugar
1 green pepper & 1 yellow pepper, thinly sliced
6 sundried tomatoes, thinly sliced
200g cheddar, diced
Handful of black olives
1 egg beaten
Large handful of watercress
Lay the pastry on a lined baking sheet and score a border with a sharp knife.
Heat the butter and 1tbsp oil in a large frying pan, add the onions and fry gently for 10 minutes to soften. Stir in the sugar and vinegar, cover with a lid and cook over a low heat for 15 minutes until completely soft. Remove the lid, drive off any liquid over a high heat, stirring continuously until golden and lightly caramelised. Season then removed with a slotted spoon and spread over the pastry.
Add the remaining oil to the pan and fry the peppers over a high heat for 2 minutes. Spoon over the onions. Arrange the tomatoes on top followed by the cheese and olives. Brush the border with egg.
Place in the roasting oven or at 220 degrees and bake until golden brown and crisp. Scatter the watercress over the top and drizzle with glaze. Delicious with a cool white wine. Yum! #fridaynightsupper#tart#savourytart#easysupper#caramelisedonions#whattocook#busymumcooks#summercooking#endoftheweek
So, I know it's not Thursday but I thought I'd take it back to when the glittering all went a little crazy 🤪 five years ago when glittering glasses was really popular I thought I'd give it a go. It seemed a simple enough process and I loved the end results 😍
One night I was looking for ideas of different styles to try when my hubby piped up, 'you know, if you want to make something of this you have to go BIG! You need to do something different from everyone else, you need to take it to another level.'
From there the Superhero glasses were born. I took loads of time doing them, planned colours, established setting times, made logos to use as guides. It was a real labour of love but I could see as they started to take shape how amazing they would be at the end
They did not disappoint...when I uploaded the pic to FB they were sold within half an hour and other people had ordered more...that was the moment I knew I was doing something I really enjoyed
I always get excited when I have an idea for a new glass in my head or when I add a base glitter and the colour just 'pops'. They aren't always easy but if they play out how I visualise them I always get a real buzz before I post the picture. As hard and crazy as it can be, I still absolutely love glittering glasses ❤