Stewed Tomatoes

tomatoes

Stewed tomatoes are a delicious, slightly sweet concoction of tomatoes, peppers and onions. Can be used in so many different ways… Ingredients 2 pounds/450g tomatoes, large dice 2 Tbsp onion, minced 2 Tbsp green bell pepper, minced 1 Tbsp butter 2 tsp granulated sugar/caster sugar ½ – 1 tsp salt…

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Baked Beans US Style

Soup cooking

Baked Beans are everyone’s favorite. This can be made vegetarian simply by the omission of the pork in the recipe. Serves 6 Ingredients 2 cups dried beans, peas, limas or kidney ½ cup cubed salt pork (omit if you want this dish vegetarian) ¼ cup molasses ¼ teaspoon mustard ⅛…

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Cheese Sandwich Paste

cheese wheel

Cheese Sandwich Paste is a fun way to make and eat your own special blend of cheese… even the kids will love this! Ingredients 2 cups/450g grated cheese (your choice) ½ cup/250ml whole milk 2 well-beaten eggs 1 tsp ground mustard 1 tsp salt 1 Tbsp butter dash cayenne pepper…

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Salmon Fish Pie

Jumping Fish

What a wonderful way to enjoy salmon that is left over. Not only is the salmon tasty, but the potatoes turn this Salmon Fish Pie into a very filling meal. The creamy parsley sauce just adds to the flavours. Serves 6 Ingredients 2 Tbsp butter 2 Tbsp flour ½ tsp…

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Colcannon

green soup bowl

Continuing with the Irish Potato theme for St patrick’s Day then what better dish to choose than Colcannon. A simple but filling dish of mashed potatoes, savoy cabbage and leeks that can be served in place of mashed potato. Serves 4 Ingredients 450g/1lb shredded Savoy Cabbage 450g/1lb Potatoes, peeled and…

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Not Quite Irish Stew

green soup bowl

Well it has to be Not Quite Irish Stew because I am neither Irish nor have I ever been to Ireland. Well I was nearly there one time because my parents took us on a day trip on the ferry to Larne but we never got off it. Then I…

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