Sunday, 1 November 2009

Warming Foods On All Saints



With some leftover blackberry coloured Debbie Bliss cotton wool I incorporated the woven style pattern from Pip's jacket in this very basic hat design. It will be nothing short of a miracle if Pip actually keeps it on her head as she is not big on hats!



Hey mum let me in on the picture too!



Quick Cheese and Onion Bread recipe listed below


 Potato, Leek, Courgette and Onion Soup


 Hurry up mum we are waiting


 Thank goodness tea is ready!


Quick Cheese And Onion Bread- Serves 8 People


12oz onions finely chopped

2 tablespoons olive oil

12 oz flour

2 teaspoons mustard

4 oz strong cheese grated

1 egg medium/large

approximately 5 tablespoons milk


You will need a solid baking sheet well greased.


Pre-heat oven to gas mark 5, 375F, 190C


Heat oil in pan and saute the onion until soft and golden. Place flour, mustard, onions and cheese in a mixing bowl. In a smaller bowl beat egg and milk and then add this liquid mix to the dry ingredients. Mix with a palette knife and then finish off with your hands to form a dough.

Transfer dough to the baking sheet and press down to form a round. Using a sharp knife make deep cuts in the dough to form eight wedges. Brush with any leftover milk and egg mix, then bake in centre of the oven for about 45 minutes, by which time it will be a good golden brown colour. Serve it as fresh as possible, but it does freeze and will re-heat without any ill effects.

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