Genius Recipes

There are many great recipes out there dubbed “genius” and some of them are indeed brilliant.

For my purposes, however, a genius recipe should be more than delicious, or even healthy, quick, easy etc.; in addition to these attributes, for me, the thing that makes a recipe truly genius is flexibility. A good example of this is vinaigrette …

Genius Vinaigrette Recipe

There a mathematical formula for making vinaigrette - 3 parts oil to 1 part vinegar or other acidic ingredient such as lemon juice. This is, of course, super flexible: you can use different oils (olive, nut, peanut, sesame etc.) and different acids (various citrus juices, different vinegars), seasonings (honey, brown sugar, garlic, spices, etc.) and additions (fresh tomatoes, grated ginger, and so on) to make a vinaigrette exactly right for your intended dish.  Read more here for lots of suggestions, recipes, tips and serving suggestions and to get an idea of a genius recipe.

A couple more examples  are …


Some of my genius recipes, however, are so flexible and useful you could write a book about them so I have done!

The first in my series is ...

“Luscious Ice Creams without a Machine ~ no churn or time or effort or having to mash the stuff as it freezes”


Truly a Genius Recipe, this is the quickest and easiest way ever to make real rich, creamy no churn dairy ice cream ~ no machine needed, no hard work just mix it, pop it in the freezer and forget it!

~   Over 100 delicious no-churn ice cream recipes all based on the one genius recipe and method.

~   25+ Recipes for Sauces and Syrup
~   Recipes for Mix-Ins, Toppings and Sides
~   Many Ancillary Recipes
~   Great Serving & Presentation Suggestions
~   All the Information needed to Make your Own Creations
~   Photos, anecdotes and jokes!


Following on from this, I wrote a companion volume ...
  
“Sorbets and Granitas”




These don’t need a machine either!

40+ sorbet and granita recipes range from Lemon Sorbet (as expected) through a range of fruit sorbets (including ways to cheat and really cheating – both good ideas) to more unusual sorbets such as Chocolate and Peanut Butter, Greek Yogurt and Honey, Salted Caramel and Tomato and Chilli.

Also included are both cocktail sorbets and sorbet cocktails plus serving suggestions and what to do with leftovers!



No. 3 is  ...

“Soup (almost) the Only Recipe You’ll Ever Need”



All 60+ of these delicious soup recipes are based on one easy, flexible and key recipe. Also included are instructions for stock making, guidance on adding herbs, spices and other flavourings plus additional recipes for roasted garlic, pepper coulis, frazzled leeks, compound butters and other garnishes and accoutrements. 




No. 4  ...


“The Secret Life of Scones”

Not only can this recipe be varied to create any sweet or savoury scone, American biscuit, griddle cake or rock bun you can think of, not only is it the base recipe for many traditional and ancient dishes but it also make lovely fluffy dumplings, crisp doughnuts, cobblers, turnovers, pie crusts and more.




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