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    Store bought puff pastry and home seasonings make this an easy tasty treat to serve as part of a main meal when you want something special. Its so simple to make too, I don't know why I don't make it more often :)

    Recipe #399136

    1 Reviews |  By robd16

    This is the traditional Hot Pot recipe from the north of England and is best enjoyed on cold evenings when we want something to warm us up. On first glance it may look bland but trust me, its a comforting satisfying dish, simplicity is its charm. Do not be tempted to add anything to it whatsoever, not even a bay leaf! With the exception of perhaps chopped oysters, a traditional ingredient which is generally no longer used, this dish needs nothing more than the ingredients stated. The mushrooms and kidneys are optional as they're not to everyone's taste and regional variations of the recipe allow for this but I would recommend using 1 or the other, you could use 2 lamb chops chopped up in place of the kidneys if you wish. Do not forget to season between layers!

    Recipe #399122

    2 Reviews |  By robd16

    The best home made flapjacks ever, I prefer to use a mixture of jumbo oats and rolled oats but all oats work perfectly except for the instant style powdered type. If you don't have golden syrup you can use honey or a mixture of light and dark corn syrup but the taste won't be quite as good. Maple syrup is too thin but you could get away with using half maple and half honey or other syrup. These are great as they are and I always come back to the original, but sometimes I'll add some chopped banana, raisins or nuts, just to ring the changes. Enjoy.

    Recipe #398975

    These are so tasty and easy to make, a great way to liven up pork chops. Serve with mashed or roast potatoes and fried onions and mushrooms with or without gravy as you prefer and some broccoli or peas. Well done Yvonne and Kev, these are gorgeous!

    Recipe #398847

    2 Reviews |  By robd16

    These are great and so simple you'll want to make them again and again. Adding the oats will give you a denser texture and make the cookies slightly more filling and you can serve them warm after they have half cooled. I do urge you to try them without the oats, they have an amazing light crumbly texture and a more concentrated flavour. In this case you must wait for the cookies to cool completely before removing them from the tray.

    Recipe #398842

    This is an American recipe that I've adapted slightly. Its so good and goes great with Roast chicken Turkey but my favourite way of serving it is with southern fried chicken, bbq ribs and home made coleslaw Its quite rich and I usually make it with low fat ingredients or a bit less butter without compromising on taste. Do not be tempted to add an egg.

    Recipe #398510

    1 Reviews |  By robd16

    Simple and Healthy and very satisfying, that's what its all about right? There's hardly any condensed milk here, but just enough to enhance the melon and make it of dessert quality.

    Recipe #398295

    2 Reviews |  By robd16

    I got this recipe from a Mexican guy I met in America. This lives up to expectation, unlike other guacamole's I've tried. This is best eaten straight away but contrary to popular belief you can actually store this in the fridge for a couple of days. Put into a bowl and cover with a very thin layer of olive oil then put cling film over so that it touches the guacamole itself.

    Recipe #398291

    Good enough to serve on its own, with plenty of good bread and decent white wine. Perfection satisfaction and simplicity all rolled into one. You'll never want to use basil again! The only specification is that you use the best fresh tomatoes you can find, preferably on the vine and deep deep red in colour. I prefer to chill the tomatoes to make for easier slicing, then allow the finished dish to come to room temp. Thank you sophie grigson from whom I adapted this recipe.

    Recipe #398273

    A super simple and super elegant supper dish. Not many people know how well prawns and mushrooms go together but unexpectedly they do. Great to share over a bottle of white wine with plenty of crusty white bread. Feel free to throw in some fresh herbs if you have them to hand, also you can add a little chicken stock if you prefer a wetter risotto or want to reduce the butter

    Recipe #398232

    So quick, so satisfying, so healthy, just go for it. yum yum yum! The colour is outstanding and the flavour very delicate and sweet.

    Recipe #398223

    No need to churn this one, it just goes straight into the freezer and can be forgotten about. You must use the best unwaxed sweet lemons you can find. This is wonderful and smooth and the flavour is exquisite. I would never normally go for a lemon flavoured ice cream, but this one has got to be tried and tested to be believed. Gorgeous!

    Recipe #398220

    This is absolutely DIVINE! The texture is smooth and somewhere between a chocolate cake a chocolate truffle. If you love chocolate, you'll love this as its just out of this world. A good substitute for those who don't like Christmas pudding, though I bet everyone will go off Christmas pudding once they taste this! Double or Triple the quantities for a larger party, a small slice is usually enough as its very rich. The brandy is optional and comes through more as a subtle flavour than anything else but feel free to add more to the cream if you prefer a stronger flavour (I do). If I make this during the summer I would leave out the brandy. Also this cake needs to be made at least a day in advance and it freezes well too.

    Recipe #398217

    2 Reviews |  By robd16

    A Brazilian recipe that everyone says is better than the original, this is the one that people ask me to make again and again. It should have a texture like silk if done properly, the vanilla is optional and to be honest is just as good without.

    Recipe #398057

    2 Reviews |  By robd16

    Luscious and creamy and very very good for you, what more could you want? Another great example of less being more.

    Recipe #398055

    Cooking the bananas first gives a luscious flavour to this gorgeous drink that kids and adults alike will adore. Cooking them releases their natural oils which shine through in this drink. This one doesn't like hanging around too long and should be drank with plenty of ice within a couple of hours of making.

    Recipe #397701

    This is an example of less being more and with only 3 ingredients you just can't go wrong! This is absolutely gorgeous, just don't try to put anything with it and keep it simple! Pure comfort food, especially if made using basmati rice

    Recipe #397561

    1 Reviews |  By robd16

    I could live on this! Everybody loves this one, and agrees that its better than any Jambalaya they've ever ordered in a restaurant. Give it a try, you won't be disappointed I promise. The secret is the roasted red peppers and the butter. Don't be put off that the dish is finished in the microwave, it just ensures that there are no burnt pans to deal with later! The only other veg that work in this I find are sweetcorn or butternut squash/pumpkin cut into chunks and added just before it all goes in the microwave. Even my friends from Louisiana find it hard to accept that its perhaps even better (If not a little different) than they make. Enjoy!

    Recipe #397287

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