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My perennial herbs are growing well, but my seeded basil doesn’t grow fast in the hanging-basket. It shows only a bit more than the two seed leaves. I love basil and I have already submitted at least 4 recipes for Weekend Herb Blogging: Basil Bread, Courgette fritters with tomato and mozzarella, Gratin of white cabbage & lentils in a Provençal sauce and a Basil Rhubarb Compote. For the
Hot corncakes with avocado, bacon & basil
I had to buy a bunch. We all liked it for lunch and it is easy to prepare.
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|Title:||Hot corncakes with avocado, bacon & basil|
|1||Red pepper, diced|
|1||Fresh red or green chilli, deseeded and|
|50||grams||2 oz self-raising flour 1 egg, beaten 3 tbsp milk|
|2||x||330 g cans sweetcorn niblets, drained handful|
|— basil leaves, chopped, plus extra|
|8||Rashers streaky or back bacon|
|Juice 1/2 lemon|
|1||Or 2 avocados, peeled, stoned and sliced|
|Good Food Magazine, June 2008, p.40|
|Edited *RK* 05/15/2008 by|
Corncakes like these are classic brunch food in Australia. They’re also delicious made with shredded chicken and lots of coriander.
1. Heat grill to high. Heat 1 tbsp oil in a large , non-stick frying pan and sizzle the pepper for 5 mans until softened, adding the chilli for the final min. Remove pepper from pan.Put the flour into a large bowl, make a well, then stir in the egg and then the milk to make a batter. Stir in the corn and chopped basil, then season well. Add more oil if you need to, then drop tbsps of the batter into the pan. Cook for 2 mins until risen and golden underneath, then cook for 1 min more. You’ll need to do these in batches, making 12 in total. Keep warm.
2. Meanwhile, grill the bacon and mix the lemon juice and remaining oil together with seasoning. Serve 3 cakes each, topped with the avocado, bacon, a scattering of basil leaves and a drizzle of the dressing.
:PER SERVING 420 kcalories, protein 16g, carbohydrate 49g, fat 19g, saturated fat 4g, fibre 4g, sugar 16g, salt 2.49g
:PREP 10 mins
:COOK 10 mins
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Oh yummy, can’t wait to give these a try!
this looks really yummy, i love corn cakes! will definitely try this recipe once my basil starts growing good!
That ice cream looks delicious and what a great presentation!
Hot stuff. Very nice the idea to add Avocado. As well the Corncake I didn`t know even I worked over one year in Queensland.
Wow!!! This looks sumptuous, Ulrike.
Sounds wonderful. I especially like the additions of bacon and lemon with the basil flavor.