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    Hero Member rose's Avatar
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    I will share other recipes as and when I remember them. As I am intolerant to garlic and onion I have to make almost everything from scratch at home.

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    I sympathise as I'm a dairy allergic veggie
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    Perfect breakfast for a single person who only wants to get out of bed midmorning to make a coffee to take back to bed.. who also has no forks or bread cos someone else has taken them.
    Ingredients: one medium sized potato, butter, tuna & sweetcorn sandwich filler, apple juice, vitamins, milk, coffee & small chocolate bar.
    Instructions: rinse & spike potato, place in microwave in small bowl for 3m high. Put kettle on, swallow vitamin tablet with swing of apple juice from carton. Put milk and coffee in mug. Turn potato over and microwave another three minutes. Using spoon, chop up potato, cover with butter then sandwich filler. Pour hot water on coffee. Carry back to bed not forgetting chocolate bar for breakfast pudding. Sucess.

    Lie in bed eating with spoon.. joy.

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    Highlander biscuits. They're lovely and buttery. I add lemon extract as well but you could add anything you wanted

    http://www.be-ro.co.uk/recipe/showrec32.html

    Also Nigella's recipe for Devil's Food Cake. Oh my god!!!

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/de...ood_cake_49392

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    Does anybody have a good trifle recipe? I want to make one for christmas for 10 people. Any help would be great

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    The trifle that is made in our house is
    1. Get a trifle sponge and place into a bowl
    2. Spread some sherry over the sponge
    3. Spread some fruit onto of the sponge
    4. Make custard and pour over the fruit. You can use quite a bit.
    5. Cover with cream to fill the bowl.
    That's it. Warning, depending how many of your guests are driving you can change the sherry with red jelly. Leave the jeĺly to set before putting the custard on.

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    Fat rascals

    Ingredients

    150g/5½oz plain flour
    150g/5½oz self-raising flour
    1 tsp baking powder
    150g/5½oz butter
    150g/5½oz mixed dried fruit
    100g/3½oz caster sugar
    1 tsp cinnamon powder
    ½ tsp grated nutmeg
    1 orange, zest only
    1 lemon, zest only
    1 free-range egg yolk
    about 50ml/2fl oz milk

    For the glaze
    1 free-range egg, yolk only
    pinch of salt
    1 tbsp water
    flaked almonds and glacé cherries, to decorate

    Method
    Preheat the oven to 200C/400F/Gas6.
    Grease a baking tray.
    Sieve the flours and baking powder into a large bowl and rub in the butter until the mixture resembles breadcrumbs.
    Add the mixed dried fruit, sugar, spices, orange and lemon zests.
    Lightly beat the egg yolk and add it to the mixture with enough milk to make a stiff dough (you may not need all the milk).
    Divide the dough into 12, shape into mounds and place onto the baking tray.
    For the glaze, mix the egg yolk, salt and water together and brush the mixture over each rascal.
    Decorate with the almonds and glacé cherries and bake for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown.

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