What’s what in the box – 20th September 2010

In this week’s video, Kirsty talks about sweetcorn and sweet potatoes. Look out for the baby cows!

what’s what in the box – 20th september 2010

sweetcorn
If you don’t have a big cooking pot, make an incision and the cob should snap in half. Here is a recipe Jane uses for sweetcorn fritters.

If you’re not a vegetarian, we have a recipe for chicken and sweetcorn soup here.

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sweet potatoes

These can be used for a simple supper dish – roast them like a jacket potato. You can also mash them. You can slice them thinly and use in a gratin and you don’t need to peel them. They also work well roasted in wedges with olive oil, paprika, cayenne and a few herbs at 200˚C (gas 6) for 40-45 minutes.

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3 responses to “What’s what in the box – 20th September 2010

  1. just made the chicken and sweetcorn soup – absolutely fab… love sweet potatoes!
    I have an amundance of free windfall cooking apples this weekend – any recipe suggestions – I think in the past I had a recipe for a soup but can’t find details x x x x

  2. I would have liked to see the end footage – Kirsty telling the tractor driver off!

  3. I love corn fritters! The easiest way to cook corn on the cob is to leave the husks on and microwave them for 3 minutes. They steam inside the husk. Unwrap, butter and eat!

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