This sounds seriously good and when I saw it in Delicious Magazine I had to put it on here for the next cheat day I have on my diet. You could easily mix up the type of berries used to suit what you have available and what is in season. Cooking time includes the freezer time for the fresh berries.
I first had this served to me a few years back when Jamie Oliver was just becoming known in the UK. I didn't think it would be good but I found it really tasty and very refreshing. Now I love serving it up to people that haven't tried it. It is best to serve this as soon as possible because it tastes its best when it is fresh and not sitting around.
I saw this recipe in Marks and Spencer's 2009 Christmas leaflet. It looked really interesting and I wanted to put it somewhere for future use. Stilton is a strong cheese like a blue cheese. So, if you can't find Stilton you can probably use blue cheese. She says that it could be either a side dish or a main vegetarian dish over brown rice.
Jaffa cakes are a wonderful cakey sort of cookie (it is often debated if it is a cake or a cookie) that is very popular in the UK. They are made up of an orange cake base and a chocolate top. I saw this recipe in a UK cooking magazine for a giant jaffa cake drizzle loaf and knew I had to make it. I am so glad I did because this is a wonderful cake that I now get asked to make frequently.
Pan Haggerty is a traditional home cooking British dish. It is one of those recipes where everybody's mother had a different version they make but the concept is the same. Which is making a little bit of meat go a long way by padding it out with cheaper root vegetables. I am trying to eat less meat so came up with this vegetarian version for the vegetarian food blog I run at weekendcarnivore.com . Serve with some good bread and this is a one pot meal.
This sounds like it could be interestingly yummy. I picked up a copy of the Christmas 2008 BBC Good Food Magazine to read on a flight back home to the USA to visit my family on Thanksgiving and I am leaving the issue with my mother so I am putting the recipes I would like to try on zaar for safe keeping and sharing.
This sounds really simple to make and they look very elegant compared to the work involved. I found this recipe in the Winter 2008 copy of the BBC Easy Cook magazine. The cooking time I listed is really the chilling time.
I am playing around and trying to find some new lower fat recipes to put into my rotation to keep me from getting bored. This turned out to be lush tasting and something that I could happily eat both for breakfast or for a fairly diet friendly dessert. I use fat free Greek yogurt in this because I enjoy the thick creamy texture with such little fat. Also, I am lactose intolerant but have found that I don't get any reactions when I eat Greek yogurt. I have used both Splenda and sugar in the blueberry stage of this recipe and both worked well
This sounds interesting. I grabbed it from a cookbook on my mother's shelf called 'Grandma's Casserole '. I wanted to put in on here so I have it when I am back in the UK. It sounds like it would be a nice brunch dish and maybe especially good for an Easter breakfast or something like that. Coking time doesn't include chilling time since it could be 6 hours or it could be overnight.
Coronation chicken is a common sandwich filling in the UK. I never heard of it before I moved to the UK but I am now a fan. These mini coronation chicken pitas are low in fat and a good idea for a lunch or snack.
One of my culinary discoveries since moving to the UK is the Cherry Bakewell Tart. They are just so yummy and feel very British to eat. So, when I saw this cake version in BBC Good Food magazine I simply had to add it for sometime when I am allowed to cheat on my diet and there are other people to share it so that I don't eat the whole thing myself!
Toad in the hole is one of those British dishes with a name that make most outsiders giggle. Really though it is just sausages baked into a batter - yummy. These are a tiny bite sized version much like pigs in a blanket.
In the Northern part of England it is very common to go to a fish and chips shop and order chips with curry sauce. The curry sauce you get in chip shops is different from the sort you would get on an actual curry at an Indian takeaway. It tends to be a bit sweeter and considerably more mild in spicy heat. People eat it either poured all over their chips (ie steak fries) of in a pot on the side where they dip their chips. I found this version on a blog and it sounds very close to the type I enjoy.
These little guys are great to add to appetizer platters for parties and would also be great to pack in a picnic basket. The sticky sweetness of the balsamic onions works well with earthiness of the mushrooms and blue cheese. They are good cold. So, you don't have to worry about cooking them and keeping them warm during your event.
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