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  • Womble54Womble54 WimbledonPosts: 314
    I love making sourdough but it does take a while, and I let my culture die over winter, so need to start from scratch. I like soda bread for a quick loaf without yeast. I just add lemon juice to milk as a substitute for buttermilk.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/irishsodabread_67445
  • nick615nick615 Posts: 190

    Gleaned from 'Blue Peter' many years ago:

    ‘WINTER WARMER’ SAVOURY PIE.

    (Will easily satisfy four healthy appetites)


    INGREDIENTS:                     2 Eggs

                                                    8oz Bacon Off-cuts – minced

                                                    1 Onion – chopped

                                                    8oz Cheese – grated

                                                    4oz breadcrumbs

                                                    8oz mushrooms – sliced

                                                    3 large tomatoes – sliced

                                                    2oz margarine.

     

    1  Mix thoroughly:         Eggs/Bacon/Onion   and   Cheese/breadcrumbs

    2  Grease casserole

     3  Put in half the egg/bacon/onion mix and spread evenly 

    1.      Then half the tomatoes

       

           Half the mushrooms and

       

           Half the cheese/breadcrumbs mix in even layers.

       

      4   Repeat with remaining halves.

       

    5   Place lumps of margarine on top

     

    6  Cook at Gas mark 6/Electric 200 deg for 45 minutes


  • JennyJJennyJ DoncasterPosts: 2,045
    This easy cheesy lentil bake is one of my favourite "storecupboard and fridge bottom" recipes. It's a moveable feast in that you can use whatever veggie bits you have that need using up. I skip the cashews because OH is allergic, and the mushrooms because I don't like them, and add other things like courgettes, peppers, broccoli, chopped leftover ham if you don't need it to be vegetarian, cooked/tinned butter beans or similar, etc..
  • Womble54Womble54 WimbledonPosts: 314
    Does anyone have suggestions for how to use up excess lettuce? We’re having all the salad we can manage and I’ve already made a big batch of lettuce & mint soup.

    Any other options? I got carried away and planted 30 red lettuce and 20 little gem. Drowning in lettuce leaves.


  • tuikowhai34tuikowhai34 Béziers, Herault, FrancePosts: 212
    Now this is thread that I can relate to!!  @Womble54 for the first post - relish.   I will definitely try this!!  Lettuces (when they are bolting)  can be gently fried in olive oil or butter.  Little onion.  Little dried pepper (flakes).  s&p.  Bon appetit.  i have loads - mother-in-law calabraise (Italy) They make sumptious dishes from nothing!  We may need them this winter.
    A good hoeing is worth two waterings.

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