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Favourite Food Recipes

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by ken_and_tigs, 27 March 2017.

  1. I thought after seeing AutumnH's Status about a Banana Bread recipe that it might be a good idea to start a thread for Favourite Food Recipes. it also makes me dig out some of my Mom's recipes for things like home made Scotch Shortbread and an Americanized "Toad in the hole"..... so off to dig things up...(no dead bodies in our garden lol)
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  2. make sure when make the bread pieces that you light prick the top of each several times with a fork. this helps the center of the loaf cook scotch shortbread.jpg
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  3. Pearls

    Pearls #PearlsTechSupport

    Good idea (y)
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  4. My favourites are ones made by a good cook(y)
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  5. The-Gent

    The-Gent PV Sprtr

    well puddings are my favourite !
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  6. fizzers

    fizzers PV

    Classic Lemon Drizzle cake loaf is my favourite.
    175g softened butter, 175g caster sugar, Rind of 2 Lemons-Finely grated, 3 eggs, 175g S/R flour, 1 1/2 baking powder, Pinch of salt, 2 Tbs milk (If needed)
    Grease and line a 2lb loaf tin. Cream butter, sugar and grated lemon rind until pale and fluffy. Beat in the eggs one at a time taking care not to let it curdle. Fold in sifted flour with the salt and baking powder and add the milk if necessary. Pour into loaf tin and bake in centre of oven at 180c for 40 to 50 minutes. Use skewer to test it is cooked. Prick the top and while it still warm mix the juice of the two lemons with 115g caster sugar and pour over the cake. Leave in tin until completely cold.
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  7. Meandlis

    Meandlis PV Sprtr

    Ych a fi! :sick:
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  8. Admin

    Admin Admin

    Love lemon drizzle cake. That sounds good. (y)

    nom nom!
    You love it really come on. ;) :D
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  9. Im partial to a bit of a drizzle.. :D
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  10. Miss-Sexy-Legs

    Miss-Sexy-Legs Admin PV Sprtr

    Oooo black pudding scotch eggs made with quails eggs yum yum
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  11. Admin

    Admin Admin

    Oh my. :tiphat: :notworthy:
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  12. Miss-Sexy-Legs

    Miss-Sexy-Legs Admin PV Sprtr

    You've got to make your own black pudding ,add whatever takes your fancy to the sausage I usually use cumberland nice and spicy to add a little kick soak the sausage meat in whisky for a while
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  13. AutumnH

    AutumnH PV

    AutumnH's fat free, guilt free, no nonsense, gorgeous shepherds pie.

    500g lean mince
    1 large onion diced
    2 garlic gloves dices
    tin of chopped tomatoes
    peas and sliced carrots (I don't measure these, just bung them in! You can also add chick peas or lentils if you want supa veg!)
    3 beef oxo cubes
    2 wooden spoon servings of Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce or red wine (but the wine doesn't need measuring! ;))
    Whatever is in the spice cupboard (mixed herbs, mint, Italian herbss herbs de Province - whatever smells nice to you)
    bag of sweet potatoes

    Peel and chop the sweet potatoes into cubes and put them onto boil with a little salted (yes, the entire bag. Usually there's about 5-6 spuds in there, you'll need alot more than you think because their consistency when cooked is different to white potatoes)

    Brown off the mince along with the garlic and onion using fry light, then drain.
    Bung in the tin of tomatoes and stir.
    Crumble in the oxo cubes
    Throw in the peas and carrots
    Stir in the worcester sauce
    Throw in whatever herbs you decided to use and simmer for 15 mins.

    Preheat oven to 180 (adjust for fan assisted)
    By now the sweet potatoes should be soft. When you stab them, they should be really, really soft with no resistance.
    Drain and mash.

    I don't need to tell you how to put this all together, soafter putting the mash on top, cover it with reduced fat mature cheese.
    Bake for 35min.
    Don't eat it all at once!
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