Tag Archives: British

Chicken, Bacon and Mushroom Crumble Pie

Want to make a savoury pie but don’t enjoy eating pastry? Crumble Pie is the answer. I know that the crumble part of this pie is basically made out of most of the ingredients of pastry. However, there is something … Continue reading

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Classic Victoria Sandwich Cake

It’s been a while since I made a classic sponge sandwich, but they make ideal birthday cakes. I made this cake for my good friend Ning’s birthday last week. I didn’t have a chance to take any photos of it … Continue reading

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Diamond Jubilee: Oven-baked Fish and Chips

This weekend marks the main celebrations of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, so I thought I would make a traditional English dish. As you might have noticed, my fish & chips look slightly different. That is because they were cooked in the oven … Continue reading

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Sunday Feast: Full English Breakfast Pie

What is better than a fry-up for breakfast on a Sunday? This pie. There is something oddly comforting about having a big breakfast on a Sunday. However, I find that often I don’t want to eat a whole plate of … Continue reading

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Lemon Syllabub with Raspberries

Need an easy dessert? This one takes just minutes to whip together (literally)! Another great thing about this recipe is that it is very adaptable. If you don’t like lemon then use orange or any other juice instead. The raspberries can also … Continue reading

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Traditional Yorkshire Puddings

Still trying to figure out what to serve with your main course on Christmas Day? These are one of my favourite choices as a side dish because they go well with so many different types of food. Yorkshire Puddings are … Continue reading

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Marmalade Sponge Cake

Traditionally sponge cakes, like the famous Victoria Sponge, have been sandwiched together with jam (jelly for those of you in the USA). But why not use marmalade instead? Using marmalade really gives this cake a nice citrus zing which makes … Continue reading

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Spiced Shepherd’s Pie with Pumpkin

This is a very tasty version of Shepherd’s Pie. It is ideal if someone in your household isn’t keen on mashed potato, (I have a friend who won’t eat it!), as the topping is mashed butternut pumpkin. If you simply can’t … Continue reading

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3 ingredient Scones

What better excuse to have an indulgent morning or afternoon tea than tomorrow’s Royal Wedding? Not that I am usually interested in the British Royal family, but it is a good opportunity to share food with friends! These scones will … Continue reading

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Cinnamon Rice Pudding

Until today, the rice pudding that we have had in our house has come from a can. Not anymore. To be honest, I couldn’t believe how creamy and delicious this turned out, especially as it was so easy to make. … Continue reading

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