Baked Beans on Toast

Baked Beans on Toast

Making baked beans on toast is something that hardly needs a recipe. A very simple meal to make yet also very filling. The effect that you get can be varied according to the bread used. I prefer slices from a thickly sliced wholemeal loaf. Others prefer to get thicker slices…

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Giant Yorkshire Pudding

Giant Yorkshire Pudding

I can get a Giant Yorkshire Pudding to cook well if done as part of a Toad In the Hole. Yet I always seem to struggle if I try to make individual ones. Simple solution is to just buy the frozen version from the supermarket. They are expensive for what…

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Yorkshire Pudding

A recipe by Ian Dixon

One of the staples of British cooking yet very versatile. Commonly served as part of a Sunday lunch yet it has many other uses too. Originally it was a starter aimed at filling the family before the main meal was served and reducing the amount of meat needed. Now, it…

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Caper Sauce

Caper Sauce makes a great accompaniment for many fish dishes. Serve over a bread-crumb coated fillet of white fish that is fresh from the oven for one suggestion.

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Tomato Sauce

Tomato Sauce is one of the easiest sauces to make and enjoy. Perfect for using the extra tomatoes from your garden. When it is fresh, nothing can compare to it. Ingredients 1 Tablespoon onion, chopped 1 Tablespoon fresh parsley, finely chopped 2 cups tomatoes 4 Tablespoons all purpose/plain flour 4…

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