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    This is a store cupboard recipe, at least I have everything on the list in mine, so it's a good one in an emergency. Served with some cream on the side, It looks good, every day or for guests.

    Recipe #417778

    You can use a variety of different sausage for this, I like to use my butchers best but Italian would be nice or sometimes I use cumberland which is a herby sausage, but I don't think you get that in the USA my kids loved this mind you they still wouldn't eat the veg. The 30g of crisps is one small bag it wouldn't let me put that in for some reason.

    Recipe #417694

    This is a great recipe to use up leftover chicken. It's very cheap to make.I found this in a magazine but I have added my bits and pieces to it. You can change the contents of the pie to what ever you have in your fridge, I sometimes use cauliflower or broccoli and alter the cooking time by a bit. you can also use other things in the mash like carrot or cheese, you would just have to boil the carrot with the potatoes from the start.

    Recipe #416403

    My mum used to make these for us when we were kids, everyone loved them. All our friends used to hang around when it was baking day to see what they could get for a treat. These are great for the kids to make as there is no cooking, mind you most of the mix gets eaten before they get to the paper cases. You can make these with cocoa rather than the drinking chocolate for a more adult taste, but the kids love the drinking chocolate.

    Recipe #416313

    This pudding is a wee bit different from your normal bread pudding, you don't make with a custard to pour over before baking, I think you will like it. You can use any bread you like the one in my photo is wholemeal bread, and I used cherries from a jar, but you can use most fruit dried or cooked a bit to soften it. The mix spice I used was cinnamon and ginger, and I used brown sugar, I have also used white. A nice finishing touch is to grate some nutmeg on top.

    Recipe #416124

    This is the pie we will be having on St patrick's day for dinner served with cabbage and lot's of gravy. However you can make it any time you like. You can put other things in it I sometimes put the cabbage on the top of the mix and just serve that with gravy. Also if you make your own pastry you can add some herbs, sage is a nice beefy one to add, the seasoning in this recipe is down to choice you may like to add more if you like things a bit more peppery. Note that cooking time does not incluede the boiling of the potatoes.

    Recipe #416120

    This is a nice smoothie to set you up for the day, I love cheesecake and this is my cheesecake in a glass. I hope you like it.

    Recipe #413671

    Pork is a great favourite in our family and this dish is a good hearty meal, the addition of the chorizo makes it nice and spicy, you can serve this over rice, pasta or mashed potatoes, either way is just fine. You can slice your chorizo thin or have it a bit chunkier depending on how you like it. Since I made this for RSC I have made a few changes to the recipe and the method. I have used the invaluable reviews to make this recipe better in my opinion it was missing something, but I think it is a really good recipe now. Hope you like it.

    Recipe #413660

    This is a nice moist rich tea loaf, the cranberries give it a wee bit of tartness and the walnuts a bit of crunch. I used Cox pippin apples and I didn’t peel them. I have used syrup and honey and both work well. Also I chopped the walnuts.

    Recipe #413625

    These are nice little biscuits with a butter cream filling in the middle, the recipe is from my BERO book I have had for many years. I love coffee biscuits and cakes but never drink the stuff, don't know why I just don't like it in a drink. I would much rather have these wee biscuits with a cup of tea. you should get about 60 so you will end up with 30 sandwiched together

    Recipe #413102

    I have a very old BE-RO book and the recipe has been changed in the new book. I use my old book that I have had for so long that the pages are all falling out but it's a better book, better recipes. My gransons love chocolate and so we thought we would try and add a bit of chocolate to the original recipe. I doubled the recipe.

    Recipe #413036

    This is a very tasty chutney and so easy too, it works well with just about anything but is perticularly good with cheese and crackers, or sausages. I like to give it as presents around christmas, folk are always pleased to receive some. The recipe can be easily halved or doubled with no change to the flavour it will just take a bit longer or shorter time to make. make sure you chop your apples and onion quite small.

    Recipe #406350

    My family love Indian, food this is one that I have made for years and I just love it on it's own with nan bread, or you can use this as a side dish or with rice. It's very versatile, you can make it thick or thin depending on your taste, we like it very hot but for this recipe I have only used 1/2 teaspoon of chilli powder but you can use a bit more if you like. This serves 4 as a side dish but if it is served as a dish on it's own I would say that it serves 2

    Recipe #393169

    I love this soup, it's so creamy and spicy good for a cold day with a nice slice of homemade bread, totally comfort food. I make my own curry paste with oil and mixed spices, or you can just use some curry powder made into a paste with a little water I have used both in the past.

    Recipe #392347

    This is a nice warming meal on it's own. I wanted to use leeks that were in season and a good price. and of course leeks have a nice delicate taste. I used mostly the white part of the leek and saved the dark green for soup so nothing went to waste. If you choose you can make the sauce with half milk and half stock.

    Recipe #392346

    My friend and I went for a bar lunch one day and this was a side dish. I did try to get the recipe from the chef, but he just would not be coaxed into giving me it. So here is my effort and I think it tastes just like it. You can add more cinnamon if you wish. You can serve this with lots of different dishes it goes well with most things.

    Recipe #392331

    Hob nobs are a crispy biscuits here in Scotland. I think you would call them cookies in the USA you can't just eat one you alway's want an other so try them at your peril. This is not my recipe a friend gave it to me as I was making biscuits for a charity event. Honey can be used rather than Golden syrup.

    Recipe #392057

    My wee brother makes wonderfull food especially Indian, this is his recipe for spicy onions to have with popadoms as an appetiser. I always keep a jar in the fridge. I can promise that you will not! be able to stop eating them they are addictive.

    Recipe #388603

    Granddad comes every Sunday for dinner and he has got to have his soup. This was a special request as it reminds him of his childhood. In the old days, the lamb was cooked and removed from the pot, then the soup was made. The lamb that made the stock, was then served as the main course, with veg, if you were lucky. You can't make Scotch Broth, without the lamb it just wouldn't be Scotch Broth. Prep time, does not include the overnight soaking, and cooking time excludes, the making of the stock. If you brown your lamb first you will get more flavour.

    Recipe #364653

    My friend loves a good cherry scone, and can't bake or she thinks she can't, so when she pops in for a cuppa, I make her these. It only takes 15 mins and they are lovely with fresh butter. A light touch is all you need.

    Recipe #363258

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