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Christmas Dinner Recipe: Cranberry and Plum Sauce – Every Christmas dinner deserves the sharp tangy flavour of fresh cranberry sauce, made that little bit special with the addition of some plums and a dash of port. To create the perfect accompaniment follow the recipe below. Ingredients * 250g cranberries (fresh) * 340g plums in syrup * 2 oranges (zested and juiced) * 1 cinnamon stick * 1 tsp all spice powder * 2 tbsp caster sugar * Generous splash of port Method 1. Combine all of the above and simmer for 1 hour until thick and sticky — add more port if required. You could add more sugar as well if you find this too tart but we are not trying to make cranberry jam here; the tartness works well against the richness of the turkey and ham. 2. Remember to watch over the sauce as it cooks, stirring every so often, so that it doesn’t stick. 3. When sauce is ready take off heat and allow to cool before transferring to a serving dish. MORE OF MARGARET’S WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS DINNER * Crispy Roast Potatoes * Glazed Ham * Delicious Stuffing * The Perfect Roast Turkey

since all grandmothers are gone now and i wasn’t old enough to lear cooking from them, i would love a great christmas pudding recipe that i can enjoy and pass on to my childre. please take pity on me. thanks to all who take the time to answer my questions and a recipe for a good rack of lamb would be very much appreciated to.

Alright, so I found this amazing recipe but I hate the taste of currants. The recipe is….
1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
2 cups rolled oats
1/4 cup white sugar
4 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup dried currants
1 egg, beaten
1/2 cup butter, melted
1/3 cup milk

Should I replace the currants with chocolate chips? Bluberries? Or what?

I am doing a project on scottish culture. I have the culture and stuff down, but i need a recipe from Scotland that can serve about 34, like i don’t mean a full serving, just something like a soup that can be portioned into maybe 40 small dixie cups. I would greatly appreciate ir you would help me.

I am brewing a Scottish ale and need some advise on what helps make it a true Scottish style.

OG 1.072 – 1.076
FG 1.020 ish
ABV 7.5%
IBU 29

Ferment @ 16C for 7-10 D

Pale Malt 12 #
Roasted Barley 70g
Mash 14L@ 65.5C for 80 min., sparge 13L @ 79C
Exactly Right. Thanks for Great Advise .

Gordon Ramsay cooking a simple and easily prepared, using common ingredients – the perfect meal.

I bought a bottle of 15 year old Glenfindel Whiskey and I don’t like it. Perhaps someone could point me to a recipe that isnt too complicated that uses whiskey in it? It would be preferably a recipe utilizing a crock pot.

Christmas Dinner Recipe: Trifle – Easy, tasty and traditional. Prepare this mouth watering dessert in advance and whip it out of the fridge when you need it, simple! Surely one of the easiest and tastiest dessert recipes there is, trifle requires no cooking and you can prepare it in advance and forget about it until you need it. Make it with the kids and be as messy or as neat with it as you like, here’s a super simple recipe to try. Trifle Ingredients: 1 x 250g punnet of blackberries 1 x 250g punnet of raspberries 2 bananas, sliced Packet of trifle sponges 500g pot of good quality custard 285ml pot double cream, lightly whipped Hundreds and thousands for decoration Method: Layer a bowl with the trifle sponges. Layer the fruit over the sponge. Pour custard over fruit and sponge. Leave to cool completley before spreading the whipped cream over the top and topping with hundreds and thousands.

Christmas Dinner Recipe: Winter Vegetable Roast – A delicious seasonal fresh vegetable accompaniment that will compliment your Christmas dinner beautifully!

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