Stacked full of root vegetables with some dried pulses this Hearty Winter Soup is vegan. But adding gammon tn the soup provides great tasting ham for later.
Stove top recipes
Recipes such as jams, pancakes, possets, where they are cooked on the stove top
Beef Stroganoff, tender strips of beef with mushrooms and onions in a sweet and creamy sauce is based on a traditional Russian dish. Perfect with rice or pasta
A favourite Sicilian dish, Caponata is aubergine(eggplant) fried and added into a medley of other vegetables with a sweet and sour element which tastes so good.
I saw a lovely recipe on The Bread Kitchen that I have enjoyed for many years. That is by Titli Nihaan who really does a great job with her recipes. This particular one, for Polar Bread is one that I have wanted to try for quite some time. Though the recipe was posted a good […]
Welsh Cakes are a traditional griddle cake, made all over Wales. These cakes were often taken to work by the coal miners as a sweet treat as part of their lunch. These lovely griddle cakes, which are also known as Bakestones, are very easy to make and a truly authentic recipe is difficult to define […]
A wonderfully fruity orange curd. So smooth and creamy on the palate. A great alternative to lemon curd. Having recently made Seville Orange Marmalade I thought it might be good to make some Orange Curd too. Lemon curd is very popular and is widely available in stores. However it is not usual to see orange […]
Scotch Pancakes, simple to make but oh so tasty when served with bananas and sweet butterscotch sauce. As the third type of pancake for Pancake Day/Shrove Tuesday, I decided upon Scotch Pancakes, also knows as Drop Scones. These are similar to the pancakes which are so popular in North America. They are very simple to […]
Shrove Tuesday, Pancake Day in the UK, wouldn’t be the same without the traditional pancake with lemon and sugar. These are just perfect for that occasion. For the second of the pancake recipes for Pancake Day, also known as Shrove Tuesday or Fat Tuesday, I made the traditional British type of pancake which is thin […]
In the UK we have the tradition of Pancake Day. That is a particular day, Shrove Tuesday, when we traditionally eat a thin crepe-like pancake which is most usually served with some sugar and lemon juice. They can be rolled up or folded into triangles for eating, and they are delicious. As we approach Shrove […]
Having seen a recipe for Oaty Banana Drop Scones on River Cottage I decided to make a slight variant of them. Drop Scones are similar, if not exactly the same as Scotch Pancakes. They also are very similar to those American pancakes so often enjoyed with maple syrup. These, though, are different in that they have […]