SO EASY! I found this recipe in a near by village shop along side the locally produced "Traklements Onion Marmalade" but i have used all sorts of onion marmalade and all turn out to be really good but you must use the red wine as this just makes it! Add red wine as desired - I prefer it to onion gravy with my sausages and mash!
My family and friends love this golden fish pie with a sweet potato topping, it’s also much healthier than some other fish pie’s as there is no cream or cheese but it is just as, if not, even more tasty….the bacon makes it! A complete meal in a dish and it’s packed with nutrients….perfect with a nice dry white wine too!!
Favourite Chocolate Butter Icing (Buttercream)
Here’s a rich, sumptuous version of chocolate butter icing. You can make a simple cocoa-flavoured icing by following the basic butter icing recipe (one part butter to two parts icing sugar) and adding 1tbsp of cocoa mixed with 0.5tbsp milk. But this recipe, with real melted chocolate, lends a little extra luxury to your cake.
This is just amazing! Dug this one out from somewhere...again I have no idea where now but this is well worth making. I like this most with creme fraiche or ice cream, definitely best served hot from the oven.
I have found the most important thing to remember when making Yorkshire puddings is to preheat the oil in the tin before pouring in the batter! Loving homemade Yorkshires - I like mine with a crock pot beef stew or a traditional roast dinner!
Watched this on TV last night and looked so simple and glorious once it had been cooked - I had to post it! Hope to try this one out in the not so distant future, went down really well at Nigella's table!
Apparently the secret to a good hash brown is to keep breaking up the mixture and stirring the brown crispy bits into the centre of the pan. I love these with breakfast or minus the tomatoes and egg and use as a side to most dishes, traditionally this is made with salt or pickled beef but I have adapted this recipe to use minced beef!
You can serve these tasty tomatoes on their own, as an appetiser or for a breakfast with a twist, with crispy Parma ham and scrambled eggs. These always go down well! I always go for the tastiest tomatoes grown for their flavour.