Darren is a close friend of ours and has been a chef for over 27 years. He worked in an English pub called "The Pig and Whistle"; this is their recipe for salmon patties. Serve hot with chips and either tomato sauce OR tartar sauce; both are suitable but not together! I make this when I have leftover mashed potatoes OR I make extra for this meal the next day. Cheap and the patties can be made the night before. Recipe can be doubled and tripled. Recipe does NOT include resting time.
This recipe is from "Making great candy" cookbook. This is not a confectionary item, more like a fruit mince truffle. They are delicious and remind you of Christmas, a simple homemade gift idea. If no food processor is available to you, use a large bowl and metal spoon, be sure to chop all you ingredients very small. I like to use kitchen sheers rather than a knife for dried fruit, which can be sticky and stick to the knife.
My nanna made this for me as a child, I was a very picky eater, but I loved this. My nanna would swap between calling rice custard and rice pudding, so have decided to call it both! I have shared this on a forum and realised that I hadn't posted it. So here it is. I personally like this warm with stewed apples, but my children like it warm with ice-cream. It is also wonderful cold and re-heats well too. Sultana's can be added when cooking. Choose the condensed milk if you prefer a sweeter dessert.
Grandma Little was a wedding cake maker and did so until the age of 76. I have been entrusted with her handwritten recipe collection. In it I have found her personal fruitcake recipe (dated 1940) and believed to be her mother's recipe. This cake has won countless awards and was used for every wedding cake made (over 400). I share this with you and in so doing remember Grandma Little, a woderful woman who loved baking as much as I do. She is dearly missed, with this recipe, her memory lives on in my home.
This is an old family recipe and is very popular in our home. My DH and four children love this with ice-cream. I first made this recipe when I was about 14 (over 20 years ago). Golden syrup comes from sugar cane and sugar beets, it is the Aussie and UK equivilent to maple syrup to North Americans. Golden Syrup was called "Cocky's joy" and re-named in the 1970's. First sold in the 1890's I believe.
A very fast slice that sets in the fridge within 10-15 minutes (cooking time is cooling time). Slice into squares, fingers or triangles. The UK has many bogs, they are filled with any manner of things - I believe this is where this slice gets its name from. My 4 children love this slice and I love how easy it is to make! Great for lunch boxes and parties.
Fruit chutney is so great to cook with, the flavour it gives is wonderful. Enjoy this simple UK inspired dish with mashed potatoes. My kids love this, but I think all kids love sausages with gravy. What I like is that I can have dinner on the table in 20 minutes.
What is left over from this meat is my favourite sandwich filling of all time!! The slower and longer this cooks the better. The sauce is a wonderful accompanyment. My step-mum always served this dish with mashed potatoes and cabbage. Her family migrated to Australia from the UK in the 1950's, so I am led to believe this is very traditional. Be sure to use brown vinegar, not white.
Serve sliced and topped with butter and a cup of tea. I have had this recipe for about 7 years, a girlfriend made this and I HAD to have the recipe. This makes either 1 square cake OR two small loaves.
A great way to use fish in the winter months, hearty and delicious. I use whatever fish is on sale or a large can of tuna (canned crabmeat works too). Snapper, flake and any other thicker style but delicate tasting fish fillet will do well for this recipe. A seafod mix would also work well, but I have not tried that yet.
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