Chef, cookery tutor and owner of Pop food business in Edinburgh, Steve Brown, shares his Halloween themed risotto recipe.
Spring onion pancakes
Trim the spring onions and chop them finely.
Put 250ml/8 ½ fl oz of warm water into a large mixing bowl. Add the salt. Gradually add flour until you have a dough that can be lifted out of the bowl in a ball. Transfer to a floured worktop and knead, gradually incorporating the remaining flour. Bring the dough into a ball and cut it into four.
Take one of the dough pieces and roll it into a large rectangle. Brush lightly with vegetable oil and sprinkle with a quarter of the chopped spring onions. Starting from a long edge, roll the dough tightly into a snake shape.
Cut the snake in half and then coil each half, as if you were coiling a rope. Pat flat and then use a rolling pin to roll each coil into a flat bread about 15cm/6in in diameter. Continue with the remaining dough, then fry each bread in a little oil on both sides, until golden. Cut into wedges to serve.
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