Recipes

Vegetarian recipes from a chutney addict with occasional gluten/dairy/sugar free options.

Drinks
Apple and blackberry cordial
Apple and raspberry cordial
Blackcurrant and apple cordial
Damson cordial (dambeena)
Elderflower cordial
Raspberry gin
Sloe gin
Spiced apple cordial

Mains
Aubergine parcels
Aubergine and spinach lasagne
Aubergine and walnut lasagne
Baked beetroot risotto
Courgette and chickpea stew
Courgette pasta bake (Joel’s)
Mock goose potato bake
Oat and onion roast
Pea and tuna kedgeree
Spinach and aubergine lasagne
Stuffed marrow

Preserves
Beetroot chutney
Christmas chutney
Compost heap jelly
Crab apple jelly
Crab apple and clove jelly
Curried apple and carrot chutney
Damson jam (Cedric’s)
Damson and orange jam
Green tomato chutney (Helen’s mum’s recipe)
Green tomato chutney with garlic
Green tomato chutney (Delia’s recipe)
Green tomato and rhubarb chutney
Hawthorn ketchup
Hedgerow jelly
Honeyed hazlenuts
Marrow cream
Mint jelly
Piccalilli
Raspberry vinegar
Redcurrant jelly
Red onion marmalade
Rhubarb chutney
Rhubarb relish
Runner bean chutney
Runner beans pickled
Sauteed courgettes
Spiced apple chutney
Spiced Damson chutney
Spicy tomato and apple chutney
Sweet pickled crab apples

Simple suppers/sides
Brie baked apples
Broad bean dip
Cheese and beetroot savoury love heart scones
Chunky ratatouille
Double baked spuds
Fishcakes from leftovers
Potato salad
Purple potato salad

Soups
Carrot soup
Green tomato soup
Jerusalem artichoke and porcini mushroom soup – meat and vegan option

Sweets and treats
Banana and date cookies – vegan, sugar and wheat free
Beetroot and chocolate muffins
Beetroot chocolate fudge cake
Christmas pudding
Damson muffins
Decorating cupcakes
Kale crisps
Lemon drizzle cake (gluten free)
Oat biscuits
Raspberry and Coconut semi-freddo
Raspberry Pavlova
Rocky Road fridge bars
Rhubarb and custard cake
Sour cream apple pie
Stained glass biscuits
Strawberry cheesecake (mum’s)
Wartime flapjacks

(recipes without hyperlinks have been made, photographed and eaten…  Let me know if you’re desperate to hear one and I’ll shunt it to the top of my ‘to post‘ pile)

my recipe books
recipe books 1 copy

recipe books 2 copy

3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Fiona Sheehan  |  October 16, 2011 at 9:11 pm

    What a delightful surprise to find your blog today. So interesting compared to most I have seen, and lovely photos. Particularly love the unusual recipes.
    Is there a way to access the recipes that I cannot click on in the recipe index?
    I am a transplanted Brit in Maryland, USA and am always looking for British recipes on line. I was directed to your site when looking for chutney recipes….specifically plum and apple ones I can make in a slow cooker.
    I also happen to be gluten free so of course I was thrilled to accidentally find your lemon drizzle cake recipe which I can’t wait to make.
    I spent so long on your site that I didn’t have time to make anything today after all. I will be checking in on a regular basis. Thank you for a very enjoyable blog.

    Reply
  • 2. Nip it in the bud  |  October 18, 2011 at 4:47 pm

    Hi Fiona, thanks for taking the time to share such lovely feedback. It’s always a pleasure to hear people like my ramblings and are trying our the recipes in their own kitchen, in sometimes far flung corners of the world.

    The recipes without links are for things I’ve made but not got round to writing about. Let me know what you were particularly interested in and I’ll see if I can dig out the recipe for you.

    Enjoy your cake! I have another recipe for chocolate orange cake using almonds instead of flour which is just heavenly. It’s a rare treat though as it’s so calorific!

    cheerio, N

    Reply
  • 3. Ann  |  August 20, 2014 at 1:43 pm

    I have just picked 20lbs of damsons, would love to make damson cordial. Would like to try your recipe.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Trackback this post  |  Subscribe to the comments via RSS Feed


%d bloggers like this: