Shaun Hill is one of Britain's most enduringly successful chefs. He began his career in 1966, working for Robert Carrier in his Islington restaurant. He went on to work in some of London's most prestigious addresses including The Capital Hotel in Knightsbridge and Blakes in South Kensington
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Start with the chickpea fritters by whisking together the chickpea flour, water, salt and black pepper. Add to a medium-sized saucepan over a medium heat and whisk until it thickens. Continue to cook for a further 5 minutes
250g of chickpea flour
75ml of ice cold water
Stir in the chopped parsley and pour the mix onto a suitably sized lined baking tray and spread to a thickness of 1/2cm. Place in the refrigerator to set
1 bunch of flat-leaf parsley
Once set, cut into diamonds, rectangles or any other consistent bite-size shape. Set aside until ready for use
For the salad, bring a large pot of water to the boil and add a handful of salt. Add the broad beans, cook for 1 minute and then add the peas. Leave to cook for 1 minute further, then strain and refresh in ice water
100g of fresh peas
100g of broad beans
In a large bowl, whisk together the white wine vinegar, extra virgin olive oil and salt for the dressing and add in the torn basil
6 basil leaves
30ml of white wine vinegar
60ml of extra virgin olive oil
Add the peas, broad beans, artichoke, radish, watercress, preserved lemon to the bowl, season with salt and pepper to taste and mix well
2 2/3 handfuls of watercress
2 artichoke hearts
1/4 preserved lemon
Preheat the deep fat fryer to 180˚C. Cook the chickpea fritters until golden. Remove from the oil and place on absorbent kitchen towel. Season with salt and a dash of lemon juice
1 dash of lemon juice
To serve, use half a ball of burrata per person. Serve the burrata with the fritters and the dressed vegetables. Drizzle all the components with some extra virgin olive oil and serve
300g of burrata
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