My oven died this week. Which means no bakes for a while – but doesn't mean no more recipes until I have a working oven again. This week's recipe is super simple and only needs a hob and griddle pan: ie, no oven required.
It's just as well I came up with something simple this week, because I've been studying hard for the HSK 4 Chinese exam and it's been taking a lot of time and energy. If you fancy something, well, fancy, but only have a few minutes, this is a recipe for you.
1 tbsp honey
2 tsp balsamic vinegar
1 ripe nectarine, de-stoned and sliced
1 small burrata (100g), drained
Raspberries (to serve)
1. Stir the honey and vinegar together in a bowl, and toss the nectarine slices in the mixture.
2. Brush a griddle pan with a little oil and heat on a medium heat. Shake off the excess honey mixture the nectarine slices and griddle on each side until caramelised.
3. Serve the nectarine slices still warm with the burrata, a few raspberries and an extra drizzle of the balsamic honey mixture.
Enjoy, and have fun.