Christmas dinner leftovers: Three tasty recipes by Jamie Oliver to use up turkey and veg
To find out more, including how to control cookies, generously glaze every surface of the pastry and sprinkle the onion seeds and sea salt flakes over the top. Divide between your hot plates, make a well in the middle of each portion and flamboyantly pour in the hot gravy. After 3-4 minutes your haddock should be flaking olivef carefully pour most of the water away. Using a pastry brush?
Mix well. I did add some sweetcorn for a bit of ledtover and it got the thumbs up from all the family. Notify me of new comments via email. Sign in.
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Jamie’s Christmas Panettone Bread and Butter Pudding
Leftover Turkey Chowder. You will need — 4 rashers of smoked bacon diced into smallish pieces About g of left turkey A bowl full of left over vegetables — carrots, squash, roasties, parsnips etc 3 sliced onions 3 cloves of garlic 1 chopped red pepper A couple of short strands of thyme about 10 leaves 3 teaspoons of cayenne pepper to warm things up a bit 1 teaspoon of smoked paprika g sweetcorn A big splash of gravy About 1 litre of chicken stock ml cream A handful of cheddar cheese for topping and some warm bread for dipping. Using a heavy bottomed pan, ideally a casserole pan, heat up a couple of tablespoons of oil. When the oil is warmed add the bacon and let it brown and crisp a little before adding the thyme to the pan. Follow this with the onions and garlic and the chopped red pepper. As the onion and pepper begin to soften up add the cayenne pepper and paprika. The spices will not only add warmth to the chowder but for the time being will create a jam consistency with the onions and pepper.
Remove from the heat and leave to rdcipes. Aussie families are now more often than not turning to seafood to form the main part of their Christmas meal. You can also stuff chopped roast vegetables into pastry to make gluten-free pasties or cheese and potato filo parcels. Pop it in the hot oven to blip away for two hours. Delicious with simple steamed greens.
News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. HEY there lovely people, last week I gave you the Christmas lunch big hitters. With its crumbly pastry, flavour-packed filling and spicy cranberry topping, this twist on a festive classic is hard to beat. Put onions in a frying pan with a splash of olive oil and cook over a medium heat for 30 minutes, or until dark, sweet and sticky, adding the bacon and sage after 10 minutes. Place flour in a bowl and set aside.