As the coronavirus outbreak continues to affect the world, one Manchester restaurant has made a brilliant gesture.
Khandoker in Didsbury is offering a free curry to those who are self-isolating.
The Indian restaurant is giving away a free hot meal to those who can’t get out because of the virus, especially the elderly.
They wrote on Facebook: “In these difficult times let’s work together and help the most vulnerable. The elderly who can’t go out and stock up and probably scared alone in self isolation.
“So to do our bit Khandoker Didsbury will be providing free hot meals to be collected and distributed to those in need. Please contact us if you know of anyone who can benefit from this! DM us were happy to help!”
People can contact Khandoker to organise collection of the curry and side of rice, which a friend or relative can then pick up.
In these worrying times, this is an amazing gesture, and something we definitely need to see more of.
Everyone’s making these 5-step Terry’s White Chocolate Orange Blondies and they look so good
These look amazing!
YouTuber shares recipe to Terry’s White Chocolate Orange Cookies and Blondies and they both look incredible.
The recipe looks incredibly easy, taking as little as half an hour to bake. The cookies look seriously gooey and delicious while the blondies look like they will melt in your mouth.
Fitwafflekitchen shared the nine ingredient cookie recipe on Instagram in a short 30-seconds long video with step by step instructions.
Alternatively, the Blondie recipe uses just seven ingredients and will take just 20 minutes to bake.
Terry’s White Chocolate Orange Cookie Ingredients:
115g unsalted butter, cold
150g light brown sugar
55g granulated sugar
280g plain flour
1 large egg
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp baking powder
100g Terry’s Chocolate Orange (any flavour will work)
- Cream together butter, light brown sugar and granulated sugar
- Mix in one egg and vanilla
- add plain flour, salt and baking powder and mix until just combined
- Then added chopped Terry’s chocolate pieces and refrigerate the mixture for 1-hour minimum
- Split the dough into six equal-sized balls and freeze for a further 10 minutes before baking.
- Bake for 12-14 minutes at 180C (fan)
If you prefer Blondies over Cookies follow the recipe below!
Terry’s White Chocolate Orange Blondie Ingredients:
170g Unsalted butter, softened
165g Light brown sugar
100g Granulated sugar
1 Large egg + 1 egg yolk
2 tsp Vanilla extract
215g Plain flour
24 White chocolate orange segments
(Optional chocolate orange minis for topping)
- Whisk together butter, light brown sugar and granulated sugar into a mixing bowl.
- Add the egg, egg yolk and vanilla extract and whisk.
- Add in the plain flour.
- Spread half of the mixture out into a lined 8×8″ baking tray. Then add a layer of white chocolate orange segments.
- Top with the rest of the mix and bake in the oven for around 20 minutes, before adding an extra layer of segments while it’s still warm.
You can get some free McDonald’s nuggets next week
You can get your hands on some free McDonald’s nuggets next week, thanks to a special Black Friday deal.
Maccies fans can grab the free McNuggets when they order through Just Eat.
You will, however, also need to order a Big Mac or Big Mac meal to claim the free portion of six nugs – which normally retail for £3.29.
A single Big Mac will set you back £3.29, while a meal with a drink and side will cost £4.49, although prices do vary in different locations.
In even better news, you can get the free nuggets when you order the brand new double Big Mac from the Christmas menu, which will cost you £4.19 for the burger or £5.69 for a meal.
The deal will run from next Monday, November 23rd, until the Friday, November 27th, and is available at all Maccies that use Just Eat – the fast food chain has 849 restaurants that are on the delivery service.
All you have to do is add the Big Mac product of your choice to the basket and a pop-up will appear on the app asking you to claim the McNuggets – you can only claim one box of nugs per order.
Andrew Kenny, UK managing director of Just Eat said: “While our customers are hunting out the best Black Friday deals online, Just Eat is delighted to be able to deliver some extra joy to their homes.”
Whenever I order a Big Mac I always get some nugs on the side anyway, so I for one can’t wait for next week…
A new vegan chippy tea butty is launching this Friday for delivery
A local sandwich delivery concept in Prestwich will now be offering a vegan Chippy T.
It’s great news for vegans who might often find themselves missing out on a delicious chippy tea.
The plant-based fish and chip butty will launch on November 20th – this Friday, the perfect day for chippy tea! – and will be the first of its kind in North Manchester.
Sansan is a sandwich delivery service operating in Prestwich offering all your favourite type of butties, from chicken fried steak to vegan VLT (pictured below).
Around half of the menu currently caters to vegans but the new Chippy T will be a welcomed and delicious addition.
The Vegan Chippy T is made with beer-battered banana blossom, mushy peas, homemade tartare sauce and a handful of salt and vinegar chips, served on a buttered English muffin.
Sam, chef and co-founder said: “We want to create vegan sandwiches that shouldn’t have to be compared to their meat alternatives, these are great stand-alone flavours in their own right.”
Sansan delivers Tuesday through to Friday in Prestwich and Whitefield. They’ve also got a weekend pop-up open for takeaway on Saturdays 12-5pm.