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Haly

Haly

Location: Ashington, United Kingdom

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Beef, Stilton and Guinness pie

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A lovely winter warmer which featured in Olive magazine a few years ago. I made it with white stilton cheese and served it with sweet potato mash and some greens. Lovely! * you can add what ever veg you want to the pie, maybe leeks or carrots*

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Cabbage and Chorizo Soup

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This lovely winter warmer makes the most of a savoy cabbage.

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Plum Jam

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Featured in Adsa magazine. This jam makes a great gift for family and friends and can keep for up to 1 year unopened.

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Carrot Cupcakes

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This recipe is from an old Asda magazine i had lying around. The magazine states that that these can be frozen un-iced.

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White Chocolate Frosting

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This is a lovely frosting with just a hint of white chocolate, even people who are not lovers of white chocolate have enjoyed this frosting.

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Chocolate Fudge Frosting

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This is a nice fudgy icing, makes a change from normal butter cream.

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White chocolate and any berry muffins.

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These muffins are a firm favourite at the school PTA events. I normally make them with strawberries but any berries can be used. As for serving sizes they can be made in small cake cases, stretching the batter even further.

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Creamy Pumpkin Soup

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This delicious thick, creamy pumpkin soup is a firm favourite in the Haly household. It is delicious served with garlic bread or cheese on toast.

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Chocolate Croissant Pudding (Chocolate wobble cake in my house)

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This recipe is for one of Phil Vickery's puddings, It's almost a bread and butter pudding but with chocolate in the custard and pain au chocolates in place of the bread. The things in brackets are thing i do if there is something i am missing or if i have fancied a change.

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