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  1. David Banks GoComics Pro Member commented on Kitchen Capers 8 days ago

    another cake? You should be able to get it very easily these days….

  2. David Banks GoComics Pro Member commented on Kitchen Capers 8 days ago

    basically…a non-wheat, whole grain flour. A quick google will reveal all!

  3. David Banks GoComics Pro Member commented on Kitchen Capers about 1 month ago

    Not convinced shrimp would work…you could try a firm white fish like Monkfish or Hake…or wait until you get back to Goa!

  4. David Banks GoComics Pro Member commented on Kitchen Capers about 1 month ago

    you can use frozen butter as a substitute but buying Atora dry packaged suet online (vegetable or original) would be best!

  5. David Banks GoComics Pro Member commented on Kitchen Capers 2 months ago

    for Demerara use light brown (raw) sugar and for Golden syrup you can use corn syrup or even honey…but you should be able to find Golden syrup in the US

  6. David Banks GoComics Pro Member commented on Kitchen Capers 2 months ago

    try it…the sweetness works well!

  7. David Banks GoComics Pro Member commented on Kitchen Capers 3 months ago

    Well spotted! Rub the remaining butter into the flour and breadcrumbs…hopefully that has been corrected above!

  8. David Banks GoComics Pro Member commented on Kitchen Capers 3 months ago

    no….sandwich tins are circular and more shallow

  9. David Banks GoComics Pro Member commented on Kitchen Capers 3 months ago

    quite different from a rouille too! enjoy:)

  10. David Banks GoComics Pro Member commented on Kitchen Capers 4 months ago

    Guess you can try…but it will be very fiddly! The beauty of this is that the oyster shells are large and heat up all round to help cook everything….and they are much meatier and stand up to the herb/pernod flavour well (which is quite strong). Try and find Oysters because they definitely work and taste great!