Recipes from November 2012

November 2012 Recipes Archive from Foodepedia

  • Paul A Young's Muscovado chocolate cakes with cocoa nibs and Mayan spiced syrup

    Thursday November 29th, 2012

    Paul A Young: chocolatier extraordinaire and self-confessed 'cake-a-holic'. Alright then Paul, give us your stickiest, most intense muffin recipe for festive munching. And, sure enough, with these muscovado-cocoa-nib creations, boy done good...

  • Tia Maria Festive Cocktails

    Thursday November 29th, 2012

    When mulled wine-induced ennui sets in, nip over to the dark side and sup on one of these tasty tipples from Tia Maria.

  • Nathan Outlaw’s Davidstow Crackler Cheese Straws

    Thursday November 29th, 2012

    Easy, tasty. savoury- who doesn't love a cheese straw at Chrimbo?

  • Nathan Outlaw's Chicory Marmalade Tart, Deep-Fried Crackler Cheese, Pickled Walnut and Pears

    Tuesday November 27th, 2012

    Nathan Outlaw's partial to a nice cheesy tart this Christmas.

  • Stir Up Sunday Christmas Pudding from Asda and Leiths

    Saturday November 24th, 2012

    Don't be put off by the long list of ingredients; when you've assembled them, making the Christmas pud is easy - and immensely rewarding. Just don't expect to eat it the same year you make it - it's better if allowed to mature for a year or more in repeated doses of booze.  

  • Asda and Leiths Star Topped Mince Pies

    Saturday November 24th, 2012

    So easy to make, far more delicious than ready-made and hugely satisfying - from the calm, therapeutic effect of making the pastry to wolfing them down while they are still warm. They keep well in an air tight tin - if you can wait that long. 

  • Hungary? Eat some Goulash.

    Thursday November 22nd, 2012

    With winter nights setting in, serious comfort food is required. Time and time again I resort back to this slow cooked Hungarian favourite. Goulash with its warming paprika, meltingly tender beef and satisfying thick sauce is about as good as it gets as the nights grow longer.

  • Mui Choy Kong Bak

    Saturday November 10th, 2012

    Pork belly. Braised with garlic and preserved mustard greens overnight with a small bunch of dried chilli just for a little baby kick in the back of the throat. The fat and the meat took on all the flavours from the braising liquid and melted in the mouth from hours of braising.

  • Marco Pierre White’s Bolognese Sauce

    Thursday November 1st, 2012

    A Bolognese is the family favourite recipe, the children’s favourite. Or as they say in Italy, the Ragu alla Bolognese. My recipe for Bolognese or Bolognaise as the British spell it, is rich in flavour and uses beef mince only , but you could use half beef and half pork mince, it's your choice.

  • Chicken and chorizo cheese jambalaya

    Thursday November 1st, 2012

    Adding Tabasco Pepper Cheese to jambalaya gives it a kick of flavour, complementing the spicy chorizo and getting your taste buds tingling.