As the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown continues, more Britons will take to the kitchen and try to make their own meals. Celebrity chef Tom Kerridge is sharing easy recipes that can be made at home using leftovers from the fridge. What can you make?
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Earlier this week, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson urged UK residents to stay at home as much as possible.
He listed a few exceptions for when Britons could go outside which included going to supermarkets.
As many will be trying to visit the shops as little as possible, they may need to get creative in the kitchen.
The chef is featuring in a Pub in the Park Festival series called Tom Kerridge Lock Down Dinners to help make meals using up leftovers.
What can you make?
Tom Kerridge’s Ultimate Fridge Omelette
One scotch egg
A Pinch of salt and pepper
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1. Pre-heat your oven to 185 degrees
2. Turn your hob onto a medium heat and start by putting a generous amount of vegetable oil into your pan
3. Begin to fry the bacon bits off until they’re a little crispy – remember the fat is important for flavour!
4. Next, chop up your bread, scotch egg, chilli, black pudding and mushrooms – or whatever random ingredients you’re using
5. Once the bacon’s crispy, take it out of the pan and put it into a separate bowl – try to keep the fat and flavours in the pan
6. Now it’s time to start frying your bread until it starts to turn crispy and brown – not burnt! – and then add the bread into the same bowl as the bacon
7. Do the same as above with the Black Pudding
8. Whisk up the eggs in a separate bowl, throwing in a pinch of salt and pepper
9. Meanwhile, add the chopped mushrooms to the pan along with a knob of butter
10. Once the mushrooms start to brown, add the chopped tomatoes, the chilli and the scotch egg all into the pan together.
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11. Fry all the ingredients for a few minutes, then add them into the bowl with the other ingredients
12. Put the pan back on the heat and pour the whisked eggs into the bowl of ingredients before mixing them all together
13. Now to pour all the ingredients back into the pan and gently mix it as the eggs start to bubble and cook
14. Now put the entire pan into the oven for about 18 minutes to allow it to cook
15. Let the omelette settle for about five to six minutes
Speaking in the video, Tom said: “I have some random stuff from my fridge.
“This is a fridge omelette, it’s everything thrown together. This isn’t like TV land where you have all the lovely ingredients that look perfect.
“My fridge is pretty much the same as yours.”
When cooking this at home, Tom explained budding chefs can substitute the ingredients for whatever is in their fridge.
It is likely that Britons will be stuck at home for a while and there will be more episodes to come from the chef.
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