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Her bolognese pie includes spaghetti as the base and the crust and a meaty sauce as a filling, and features in 32-year-old Mrs Hussain’s recommendations for dishes to cook for ‘crowds of family or friends’.Accompanying the recipe, she wrote: ‘I love a hybrid bake." 'There was a lot of banter, and I thought I could have a bit of fun here.I took a big bite and waved it in the air towards them, but it was all in good spirit.'He added: 'It didn’t cost me anything from the girl at the counter — apart from my job.'The sacked goalkeeper left his home in Totton, near Southampton, Hampshire today with a hoody covering his face and didn't answer questions from the media. Then you might want to steer clear of some of the quirky recipes in Nadiya Hussain’s new cookbook.The Great British Bake Off winner’s ideas include two courses that between them come to an astonishing 12,855 calories.Sutton goalie Wayne Shaw has today claimed that he only ate the pastry during their clash with Arsenal to 'wind up the Gunners' after they chanted 'who ate all the pies'.
Sun Bets had offered odds on him eating a pastry on camera during the non-league side's FA Cup clash and he tucked into the pasty in the 83rd minute.
The main course is a bolognese pie that is approximately 4,562 calories, or 760 a portion.
But that is topped by a ‘crispy chocolate and salted peanut tart’ that comes in at 8,293 calories – 829 a slice.
And Jean-Christophe Novelli said that he would be tempted to try a piece but the high calorie count meant it would ‘not be welcome in my cookery school’.
Other unusual recipes in Nadiya’s British Food Adventure, which is released today at £20, include sweet Yorkshire puddings filled with custard and jam, and a salmon scotch egg.