Miele Cookalong and a Masterchef Competition

A little while ago, I told you about my trip to the BBC Summer Good Food Show with Miele and showed you a video of me doing the Masterchef Invention Test, live on stage.  Well today, I would like to tell you about the  Cookalong that we did with Barney Desmazery. We had to make 3 dishes in 30 minutes live on stage. It was very scary. We had to make Chicken Masala Skewers, served with Za’tar Pitta bread with Strawberry and Hazelnut Tart for pudding.  I have now had the chance to make the dishes again at home and have adapted to them to suit my taste.

I adapted the chicken masala skewers by turning it into masala chicken thighs and roasting them in the oven for 40 minutes. I think thigh meat is underused and has much more flavour than breast meat. You just need to let it marinade a bit longer that is all. The salad remains the same from the original recipe and the pitta breads have Za’tar (a middle eastern spice blend that can be purchased from Seasoned Pioneers) on them and a tiny bit of olive oil as well.  Stuart and I really enjoyed this dish and I will definitely be making it again.

I adapted the Strawberry and Hazelnut Tart recipe by not adding any hazelnuts, as I do not like them. Therefore, this is my Strawberry and Toffee Tart. I used a ready made tart case, as I am not very good at making pastry at all. Its a bit messy but that is because I did not let the toffee sauce set on the bottom enough before putting the cream mixture on top. I will leave it to set a bit longer next time.  I really liked the recipes I made on the cookalong and now I have made them again at home, I am sure that they will become regular family favourites. My nan and my cousin especially liked it :-)

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  1. says

    Hi Jo – I found the cookalong much harder than the invention round and yet I was terrified by the invention round and calm as you like for the cookalong.

    I love my white apron!

  2. Neil says

    Did the Twitter linkage from my pearcen twitter account.

    Are you sure you want answers in the comments as everyone will just copy the previous posts :)

  3. jo6789 says

    please email me the answers to the address above and leave comments if you tweet/facebook the competition :-)

  4. Fee Horne says

    Hi there
    I’ve RT’d and posted on Facebook via the following accounts: twitter @FeeHorne, facebook Fiona Horne

    Fingers’ crossed!

  5. says

    ooo i would feel all posh if i was to make jam in a Master Chef apron, and i dont ever win anything and im entering on my birthday so maybe that will bring me luck :o)

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