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you're bored with serving the usual sausage-on-a-stick and chicken
legs at your buffets, why not try something different in the form of Rostis. These
have become new favourites for the quick food lovers and are so easy to prepare.
A mixture of flaked potato, onion and various seasonings, Rostis just need heating
on a tray in the oven. Simple! Try ASDA's mini rostis, ideal for parties, which
come with a salsa, flavoured with garlic, chilli and coriander. A bit tastier
than a sausage roll we think you'll agree!
APRICOT AND BERRY PUFF
like Christmas Pudding? |
Then try our delicious Apricot
and Berry Puff as an alternative.
|Serves 8 |
1 pack Puff Pastry Sheets (thawed)
4 tbsps apricot jam
1 egg white
1oz/25gm flaked almonds
4 tbsps mincement
4 tbsps sherry
Small Carton Double Cream
Icing Sugar to dust
|Preheat oven to
220ºC/Gas 7 |
Unroll 2 pastry sheets and cut each sheet into
8 equal rectangles
Prick each sheet all over and place on lined baking
sheets. Brush 8 rectangles with beaten egg whites and sprinkle with almonds.
Bake for 10 minutes until golden brown. Remove from oven and allow to cool.
Heat mincemeat with sherry add a few cranberries, stirring in 3 tbsp water.
To serve, sandwich one plain and one almond covered layer of pastry together
with apricot jam and whipped cream, the almond layer being placed uppermost. Dust
with icing sugar and pour over warm mincemeat and berry sauce.
You Tried?..... Greek Yoghurt|
from full-cream cows milk Greek Yoghurt has a disctinctive taste and is thick,
rich and creamy. It can replace cream both in savoury and sweet dishes. Some labels
will say 'Greek Yoghurt' which will have been made in Greece and imported, other
lables will say 'Greek style yoghurt' - this is much the same but will be made
elsewhere. Try adding a spoonful to oil and vinegar for a really tangy salad dressing.
oranges make the best marmalade?|
A: Without a doubt Seville oranges
are by far the best oranges for making marmalade. They are bitter and acidic -
unsuitable for eating but perfect for marmalade. These oranges are also used to
give Cointreau and Grand Mariner their flavour, and the juice can also be used
to give gravy a sharp, fruity flavour which has a great affinity with pork or