Go Freestyle With Lurpak® Spreadable

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What is freestyle food?

Good food doesn't need to take time. We all know that the best creations can happen when culinary inspiration strikes and
raw instinct takes over. So break the shackles of the old routine
and start having fun with food.

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What is freestyle food?

We're celebrating the art of going freestyle. No recipe. No plan. No carefully measured ingredients. Just creativity in the kitchen and an intrepid journey of flavour experimentation. After all, inspiration doesn't come plastic-wrapped.

Embrace the rhythmic spontaneity of freestyling in the kitchen and the inventive side of food. Even classic cheese, ham or chicken fillings can become something incredible with a little imagination and experimentation. With a jazz soundtrack and Lurpak® you can throw together unusual and experimental dishes in a food frenzy inspired by freestyle cooking.

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Part 1: Sarah Todd's
Open Ploughman's Sandwich

You might have first seen her making a fuss over it, but former Masterchef contestant Sara Todd is now more at home having fun with food. Find out what Going Freestyle means to Sarah.

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Part 1: Sarah Todd's
Open Ploughman's Sandwich

In Sarah's first instalment for Lurpak find out about where she developed her love of sandwiches. Plus get her take on one of the all time classics - with room to Go Freestyle, of course.

Sarah's Creation
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Sarah's Creation

Recreate Sarah's Open Ploughman's Sandwich

Open Ploughman's Sandwich

Ingredients: Sourdough Rye. Mustard. Pickle. Caramalised Onion. Gruyere Cheese. Ham. Arugula Salad. Lurpak® Spreadable. Salt. Oil.

Method: Layer ingredients on bread in the following order. Lurpak® Spreadable. Mustard. Ham. Caramlised Onion. Cheese. Pickle. Arugula Salad. Oil. Salt.

Fig, Manchego and Honey Crostini
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Fig, Manchego and Honey Crostini

Ingredients:
Small rustic baguette
Lurpak® Spreadable
Ham
Thin slices of Manchego cheese
Honey
Walnuts

Method: Cut a slice of rustic baguette, on the angle. Spread with Lurpak® Spreadable. Top with the ham and then the slices of Manchego cheese.

Cut the fig into small wedges and place on top of the cheese. Chop the walnuts and scatter over the cheese. Drizzle over the honey and serve immediately.

Prawns with Broad Beans and Mint
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Prawns with Broad Beans and Mint

Ingredients:
50g broad beans
50g cooked Tiger Prawns
Fresh mint, finely chopped
½ cucumber
Juice of half a lemon
A dash of olive oil
Lurpak® Spreadable
1 small loaf rye bread

Method: Cook the beans in a small pan of salted water for 5 minutes. Drain, leave to cool for 5 minutes and then shell the pods.

Please the broad beans in a bowl with the prawns, mint, cucumber, lemon, olive oil and salt and pepper.

Slice a small loaf of rye bread and spread with Lurpak® Spreadable. Spoon the prawn mixture over the bread and squeeze over the lemon. Serve immediately.

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