Great British Menu

August 17th, 2015

We’ve been getting stuck into watching Great British Menu here. With the victor getting a chance to cook a banquet for the 100th anniversary of the Women’s Institute, it’s been great to see some classics cooked and revived in the past few episodes.

Our favourite was Jak O’connell’s clootie dumplings – traditionally a Scottish dish but such a great all rounder. It’s a great twist on a raisin pudding. It serves well with clotted cream, but goes equally as well with ice cream, meaning it’s not a winter only dish.

Have a look at the recipe here and let us know your thoughts! You can also buy them ready made from Campbell’s Clooties – have a read about them on our Friends of Suet page.

In the meantime, have a look at our Facebook and Twitter pages – we keep them up to date with a range of recipes, so get those weighing scales out!

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