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Bread Sauce. 3 Reasons to Register Enter FREE competitions Get NEW recipes FIRST SAVE your fave recipes Ingredients 1 large onion – peeled but left whole 6 whole cloves 1 fresh bay leaf 10 black peppercorns 1 pint of full fat, glorious golden Guernsey or Jersey cow milk 50g butter Salt and pepper 125g white breadcrumbs View metric measurements Print recipe.

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The Almost Original Branston Pickle Recipe! Recipe

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Lockhart's southern fried chicken and rice batter waffles recipe

American blueberry pancakes. The Modern Pantry's grilled cornbread, chorizo and eggs recipe. 235g cornmeal 200g plain flour ¾ tsp bicarbonate of soda.

The Modern Pantry's grilled cornbread, chorizo and eggs recipe

Classic Hash Browns Recipe. Caravan's baked eggs and chorizo with tomato ragout recipe. I first had baked eggs when I worked in a restaurant 12 years ago.

Caravan's baked eggs and chorizo with tomato ragout recipe

The pastry chef was Israeli and he used to talk about this guy, called Dr Shakshuka, who would go to the food market in Tel Aviv, set up his pan and fry peppers, onions, spices and garlic and then, just before lunch, he would fill the pan with eggs and cook them. He’d sell what was in that one pan and then go home, so everyone tried to get to the front of the queue before he sold out. ½ red pepper, chopped ½ yellow pepper, chopped. Potato Pancakes with Nutmeg.