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Rukmini Iyer’s recipe for baked ricotta with new-season asparagus

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A one-dish wonder full of the joys of spring, The Roasting Tin author’s vibrant, verdant traybake is ready to shop on Ocado.comby Rukmini Iyer Fri 7 May 2021 07.11 EDT ...

Rukmini Iyer’s recipe for baked ricotta with thyme, roast jersey royals, new-season asparagus and lemon

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A one-dish wonder full of the joys of spring, The Roasting Tin author’s vibrant, verdant traybake is ready to shop on Ocado.comby Rukmini Iyer Fri 7 May 2021 07.11 EDT ...

Rukmini Iyer’s crispy baked squash and gnocchi gratin with creme fraiche, feta and kale

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This is a wonderful, autumnal rib-sticker of a dish, combining rosemary and chilli roasted squash with just-blanched gnocchi (I’ve used De Cecco’s from Ocado), kale and creme fraiche, and finished with feta and a crun...

Rukmini Iyer’s trio of summer salads: chicken, butter beans and feta

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The Roasting Tin author on three ways to add colour and crunch to your summer feasting tableby Rukmini Iyer Fri 11 Jun 2021 06.51 EDT Last...

Rukmini Iyer’s recipe for coconut, chilli and lime cod with celeriac chips and roasted tomatoes

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An easy all-in-one dish, the fresh flavours of the lime, chilli and coconut work so well with the cod. Celeriac is a lovely seasonal ingredient, served here as spiced chips along with the squashy roasted cherry tomato...

India’s government has abandoned its citizens to face a deadly second wave alone

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At 7.52pm on 16 April, Vinay Srivastava, a 65-year-old freelance journalist in Lucknow, the capital city of India’s largest state Uttar Pradesh, tweeted the state’s chief minister Yogi Adityanath that his oxygen level...

Rukmini Iyer’s chilli crab tarts with leeks and mozzarella

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These crab tarts are incredibly moreish – perfect for a light meal with a dressed green salad alongside. You can use 50-50 white and brown crabmeat, which I prefer for the flavour, or all white crabmeat if that is you...

India’s farmers have won – but this doesn’t mean Modi is softening

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It is not often that Narendra Modi gives a televised address to the nation and it is met with relief, not disarray. The Indian prime minister’s previous frightening acts of decisiveness have included announcing a comp...

Rukmini Iyer’s honey and muscat poached peaches with easy almond pastries

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I love the blush on poached peaches, but always worry about overcooking them on the stove. Cue the oven-poached version, with aromatic spiced muscat and honey: in season and fresh from Ocado, perfect to serve with a b...

Rukmini Iyer’s recipe for festive spiced beef and dauphinoise potato pie

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This is such a gorgeous winter one-pot dish. Don’t be alarmed by the long cooking time: the oven does the work, and this slow-cooked beef pie will look after itself with just a couple of short interventions from you. ...

Rukmini Iyer’s recipe for chocolate, raspberry and ricotta brownies

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I realised some time ago that chocolate brownies taste far better made with ground almonds than with flour, as they provide you with that wonderful fudgy texture, so these ones are gluten-free. The ricotta lends mouss...

India’s suffering isn’t just the fault of a new Covid variant

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The variant that threatens the British summer has already done far more damage in India. In October last year a sample from the western state of Maharashtra containing what would later be identified as the B.1.617.3 v...