Love Island star Callum Jones opens up on lockdown date nights with girlfriend Molly and exciting new hobby
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Love Island star Callum Jones has discovered a new passion during lockdown.
Callum, who recently opened up on his relationship with girlfriend Molly Smith and their adorable dogs, has been impressing fans with his culinary skills, and told us how it’s always been a passion of his.
The Manchester-based reality star-turned-chef has wowed his 839,000 followers with the likes of Mediterranean lamb burgers, Japanese soufflé pancakes and more.
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Discussing how his passion began, he told OK! Online: “It’s funny, all my family are big into cooking but about two or three years ago I binged watch season 15, 6 and 17 of Hell’s Kitchen and ever since I watched that I started going mad on it.
“I really enjoy it to be honest, and I get quite a few messages from people saying I need to do more cooking.”
Luckily for Callum’s gorgeous girlfriend Molly, who he coupled up with while on Love Island, she’s the taste-tester for Callum’s delicious recipes.
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He told us: “If Molly’s in the house too I can always make her something.
“She loves it. Every time I make her something I say I want to hear her comments on it.”
Callum also shared an insight into his and Molly’s lockdown life, telling OK! Online they’ve been enjoying at home date nights.
“We did a date night on Valentine’s night and we’ve done a couple in lockdown and I think I’ve cooked each time.
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“I saw a recipe on Masterchef which I’d tried to copy and that was the first time, and then on Valentine’s Day I made duck breast and some dauphinoise potatoes and Molly tried to make dessert but it didn’t go too well!
“We’ve done a few date nights now, we’ll make a few cocktails, put some nice clothes on, light the candles and put a bit of music on and have a nice dinner.”
Callum and Molly recently moved into their very own gorgeous four-bedroom house in Manchester, where they live with their two adorable dogs.
Updating OK! Online on how things are going since their move into the stylish new home, Callum told us it took “a month or two” to get everything sorted, but that they got there in the end.
Callum, who has hinted at plans to marry Molly in the past, told us neither of them have any annoying habits as he said: “We’re both pretty much used to living together.”
He added: “I was with Molly’s family in the first lockdown and I got on with [her family] really well. We’ve got a family group chat and I’ve been introduced into that now.”
Callum and Molly discussed their gorgeous home with new magazine and took them on the grand tour back in November.
Speaking about the property Molly said: “It was quite stressful, but a good stress. Some of our furniture has been a bit delayed and we had a nightmare with our bed.
"Our bedroom is on the top floor and it’s just not finished at all. The house has three floors and the bed had to go up two flights of stairs but it wouldn’t fit! They had to go back and remake it so it was in different parts, but now it’s just half-made on the floor upstairs. It’s been a bit of a disaster!"
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However if the photos are anything to go by, Callum and Molly have made the space look amazing with their own personal touches and it’s very airy and bright.
The star shared one of his go-to date night recipes with OK! Online, which looks totally delicious.
Molten Chocolate Lava Cakes
- 125g unsalted butter
- 125g 70 per cent cocoa chocolate or dark chocolate
- 125g light brown sugar
- Three eggs
- 40g flour
- 1/2 tsp vanilla
- Icing sugar
- Vanilla ice cream
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- Preheat the over to 180°C
- Grease the ramekins with butter then dust with cocoa
- Heat a heatproof bowl over a pan of water, make sure the water doesn’t touch the bottom of the bowl.
- Melt the dark chocolate and butter in there and combine until smooth.
- Mix the sugar in using an electric stand mixer or a hand held whisk and the vanilla extract.
- Add in the eggs one at a time, and make sure the mixture isn’t piping hot from melting before you add the eggs
- Add 40g plain flour and give it a good mix and then add the mixture to your ramekins
- Put them in the oven for 14-15 minutes, and, top tip, don’t bake on the top shelf put them in the middle of your oven.
- Place a plate on top of the ramekins and flip, be careful not to burn your fingers. Add your toppings and serve with ice cream. Enjoy!
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