Creamy smooth, only 3 ingredients, no effort, yummy - what's not to like? This one is definitely NOT for children!
I have made this with Kahlua, Amaretto, Grand Marnier, Drambuie and Chambord - they're all good. It might be good using a peppermint liqueur and mixing in some chocolate chips.
Cooking time is freezing time, but I have not included the initial chilling time for the cream and milk.
This recipe comes from my mother, Jane. I don't know how she came up with it, as the dressing sounds weird, but it is quite delicious and very easy to make. It is great for your lunchbox (see notes) as the lettuce can be kept separate until you eat and doesn't get slimy. Quantities are very approximate, as it isn't the sort of recipe that you measure closer than 'a handful'. It is very filling and makes quite a lot - probably enough for two people who aren't as greedy as I am!
PLEASE NOTE: The vital ingredient is missing below, because food.com has never heard of it:
2 oz Bombay Mix (also known as chevda or Punjabi Mix)
These are the classic British roast potatoes which are a vital part of the British roast dinner. They are usually cooked in the oven with the roast meat, and will cook fine at whatever temperature you need for that - just adjust the cooking time. The cooking dish must be large enough to hold all the potatoes in a single layer.
This is my mother's recipe - I don't know where she got it from. It is a great way to cook cabbage, which leaves it slightly crunchy and tasting delicious. Nothing like the awful boiled cabbage you remember from school!
Cabbage is very good for you, as it contains anti-oxidants, vitamin C and all sorts of other things.
Try this as a vegetable with chops or burgers and plain boiled potatoes. You can use leftover cabbage and potato to make Bubble and Squeak.
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