This is a very tasty light starter or can be part of a meze spread. You can prepare this dish in advance and reheat in a low oven when ready to serve.
Once you try these Scotch Eggs you will never go back to shop bought again!
Quiche always goes down well, delicious served hot or cold. If blue cheese doesn’t take your fancy then you can use cheddar or any other hard cheese.
have made many Scotch Eggs but by adding Mr Trotter’s Great British Pork Crackling you are adding an extra delicious crunch that put these Scotch Eggs on another level! A definite must try!
The spiced sausage meat is a welcome addition to this classic snack! They taste absolutely delicious – maybe the best I’ve ever tasted!
These biscuits made with the King of cheeses are so light and crisp, make lots because they are extremely moreish! Make the dough in advance and bake when required. They are perfect for unexpected guests or after a dinner party – simplicity at its best!
Delicate, fragrant cupcakes that taste heavenly – lemon & elder flower what a perfect combination!
These Scotch Eggs are absolutely delicious and are so easy to make. Mr. Crumb sage & onion stuffing is handmade with sautéed onions and Irish butter which gives these Scotch Eggs an amazing taste! Perfect for picnics!
Hot, spicy and wonderfully moreish – these delicious fish cakes make a fabulous first course, especially if the rest of the meal has a spicy theme.
This quick & easy hummus is made from Skippy® Peanut Butter, chickpeas, lemon and cumin. This dip is so tasty and a great addition to any picnic, party or snack!
This quiche is so easy to make and always goes down well, delicious served hot or cold. If blue cheese doesn’t take your fancy then you can use cheddar or any other hard cheese.
A rich and creamy quiche that is ever so tasty – if you don’t like blue cheese you can substitute it for Gruyere or cheddar.
A cool, creamy, fresh and simple dip – a great accompaniment to Greek dishes.
This rich and creamy hummus is very easy to make and can be made in minutes. Serve with crunchy seasonal vegetables or warm pitta breads.
Use up your turkey leftovers to make these delicious, quick and easy bundles for your Christmas bubble. They are so tasty and packed full of flavour, you will wish you had more leftover turkey. What makes this recipe extra delicious is the turkey itself. I used a Free Range Woodland Bronze Turkey from Lidgates, London. The turkeys feed on nettles, wild blackberries and freshly grown oats. They are a slow maturing bird for optimum flavour and texture. Lidgate’s family butcher’s …