This is a delicious version of potato and pumpkin soup. I use Kent (jap) pumpkin which is slightly sweeter than most. It is a hearty soup which can be eaten as a main meal particularly during winter; serve it with warm crusty bread. In fact I only make it during autumn and winter. I use a Bamix to puree the soup in the pot which saves having to scoop it into a blender or food processor.
This dessert is simple to make and presents with elegance. The recipe is from Interiors magazine (1999). Best served after a light salad type dinner. I have used plain small brioche with the same result.
This recipe given to me over 30 years ago by a dear lady with whom I worked and is a family favourite. Where the lady got the recipe from is unknown. I had not made it for over 20 years and resurrected it for my family a couple of years ago. The reaction was one of pure delight. We had it for Christmas dinner instead of the more traditional pudding. It can be rather hot at Christmas here in Australia. This dessert keeps well for a couple of days in refrigerator.
The flavour is sensational and it is simple to make. This version of beef tagine is from an English cookbook (50 ways with Beef) with my one small change in that I cook it slowly in an iron pot on the stove top. Simmering gently really brings out the flavour of all the ingredients.
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