Moist spnge lightly spiced and sandwiched together with cream cheese icing – who could resist? Not everyone is a fan of walnuts though, so if you prefer, replace the walnuts with raisins instead. It's hard to say which tastes best.
This is a really good and light Lincolnshire alternative to a traditional Christmas pudding, particularly if you're not one of those efficient cooks who have made their steamed puddings months in advance.
A delicious casserole served with mashed potato. Try using white wine instead of cider for an alternative.
1 Tbsp plain flour1⁄4 teaspoon saltGround black pepper750g cubed casserole pork2 Tbsp vegetable oil1 red onion, chopped500ml cider2 tsp chopped fresh sage100g dried apricots
This simple, yet flavoursome recipe is ideal as a starter, lunch or supper dish. Serve as either an accompaniment, or with salad leaves or crusty bread as a tasty supper alternative.
So refreshing! If you don't have mint, try fresh lemon balm. The lemonade is also delicious without the herbs. Or try a splash of vodka!
1 cup (250 ml) water1/2 (125 ml) cup granulated sugar1/2 (125 ml) cup packed fresh mint leaves3 California kiwifruit2 to 3 lemonsSparkling water