The Non-Stick Kitchen Foil from Bacofoil is a great product when it comes to cooking sticky or messy foods. When lining a baking tray with the foil, there is no need to use any additional oil or butter, making cooking healthier. Food just lifts away easily. There is no need to scrub any sticky mess from the baking tray, so washing up is easier too.
Simply use the dull side next to food for easy, non-stick cooking. Use it for grilling, roasting, baking and freezing. It comes in 5m and 10m lengths (300mm wide) and is fully recyclable and made in Britain. You can it in all good supermarkets for about £2.80 for 10m.
I cooked up some Chick Pea Scotch Eggs and they did not stick at all. I was able to cook them without oil making them healthier and lower in fat. I usually lose the bottom layer of breadcrumbs so I was very pleased that they turned out so well.
Being part of The Happy Egg Company's #happyeggtastemakers campaign, I was delighted to receive a signed copy of Totally Chocolate by Eric Lanlard featuring '60 deliciously seductive recipes'. With Easter coming up, and with it the promise of lots of chocolate, receiving this recipe book was well timed!
I saw Eric Lanlard in action at an event a few years ago and he demonstrated making Red Velvet Cupcakes. I got to sample one and it was utterly delicious. This man knows how to bake!
He has made a recipe especially for the Happy Egg Company for Peanut Butter and Chocolate Egg Cups which you can see below. I love the combination of peanut butter and dark chocolate so may be giving this a try over Easter.