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By John H Glen
Pease pudding, sometimes known as Pease pottage or Pease porridge, is a baked vegetable creation, which essentially consists of split yellow, green or Carlin peas, water, salt and spices, often cooked
Start him up front or bring him on as an impact sub, either way he's sure to be popular with the fans!! Did you know? Pizza has been around for centuries and was enjoyed by the Romans. Modern pizza
This one is a fantastic side dish to an Indian curry (or in fact any sort of dish that requires potatoes).Impress family or friends by creating this easy and delicious accompaniment.
first made this to accompany onion salad and savory dishes. my family love it , if you want to spice it up abit you can add a pinch of chili powder and corriander powder to taste
By Kitchen Kitty
First had this in Barcelona & made ever since. Goes with wide variety of meats. Can be adapted to use different types of beans and ham/chorizo depending on what you have available.
By Ed Grant
My Best friend Charlie's recipe. Why complicate making Yorkshire puds - this works every time and is soooooo easy. Just play with the amounts depending on how many people you have.
I am sure anyone interested in MyDish would not dream of buying those ready made cardboard things they call Yorkshire Puddings and can make them. But for anyone just starting out..
The roast potato is something that Nan excelled at preparing. They were crispy but not greasy, tasty but not too salty and regularly cooked but never taken for granted. Just yummy.
I learned to make this at school in Home Economics and 20 years later my family still insist on me making bowls of it for family Bbq's and buffets. Much tastier than supermarkets!
By Amanda Y
This is an easy main or side dish. I dont really use set quantities, so you can add more or less of the rice or spinach as you wish. The wild rice makes it a bit more interesting.