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2 Toss the vegetables in the oil and season well. Grill on your barbecue or griddle pan, about 5 mins each side, until black lines appear and the aubergines are soft. Remove and set aside. Cook one side of the pizzas. 3 Spread the pesto onto the cooked side of the pizzas. Add the aubergine, onion and goat’s cheese, broken into chunks, plus chilli flakes if you like it spicy. Grill, covered, until the cheese is melted. Serve with the basil leaves sprinkled over. com 41 Lemon, fennel & prawn pizza 1 OF 5 EASY A DAY MAKES 2 pizzas (Serves 4) PREP 10 mins COOK 15 mins ½ quantity pizza dough (see recipe, p40), divided into 2 balls 1 small fennel bulb, cored and thinly sliced 10 large raw peeled prawns zest 1 lemon 1 tsp chilli flakes 2 tbsp olive oil 100g/4oz firm mozzarella, cut into 2cm/¾in cubes 100g/4oz pecorino, coarsely grated 10 cherry tomatoes, halved if large 1 heaped tsp tiny capers 2 handfuls shredded radicchio 1 Prepare the dough following the instructions on p40.

And remains the only cheese that’s 100% Natural, 100% Traditional, 100% from Switzerland and 100% Le Gruyère AOP *AOP = PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) – must be traditionally and entirely prepared and produced within the region, thus acquiring the unique properties of Gruyère AOP cheese, to bear the name Le Gruyère AOP. The uniquely smooth, savoury flavour you’ll find only in Le Gruyère AOP is a product of its upbringing – where the cows that supply the milk are grazed (only in the villages of Western Switzerland), the way the cheese is aged and cared for (slow-aged in the region’s cheese cellars and caves), and the recipe that’s remained, unchanged, for centuries (hand-made, in small batches).

Choose your chillies wisely. The fiery little bird’s-eye or Scotch bonnet chillies will give far hotter results than medium-sized chillies. 1kg apricots 2 red onions 5cm piece ginger 2 apples 2 red chillies 1 tsp each Chinese five-spice powder, paprika, coarsely crushed black peppercorns and salt 400ml cider vinegar 450g granulated sugar 1 Halve and stone the apricots, then chop them into small pieces. Peel and coarsely chop the onions, ginger and apples, and put in a food processor. Roughly chop the chillies and add to the food processor along with the seeds.

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