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Dover Sole with capers and parsley

Fish that is probably more popular on the Islands than salmon. Everyone eats, starting in Cornwall and ending in Norfolk. There are so many ways to prepare Salt that you will not be bored with it. The Scots once offered me Sola with a crushed black pudding on top and I will tell you that […]

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Roasted monkfish on aubergine puree, flavored with cumin and coriander

Monkfish is a very popular species of fish on the Islands and is served by virtually every well-known restaurant. There are many ways to prepare it, but I will show you one of the more original ones that I managed to meet. 0.5 kg of Monkfish 2 eggplants 1 teaspoon cumin 1 teaspoon ground coriander […]

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Faggots

“Faggots” Faggots are an old-fashioned pork dish that was eaten shortly after pig slaughter. Just like black pudding or bread roll, but more on the following pages. Meatballs formed from small pieces of shoulder blade, bacon and offal. Some farmers also used a pig’s heart for this dish, which they cut into fine meat. All […]

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Chicken Vindaloo

“Vindaloo” Marinade For Chicken: 4 chicken breasts half lemon juice 2 tablespoons of white wine vinegar 3 garlic cloves 2 teaspoons ground ginger 1 tbsp garam masala 1 teaspoon cumin 1 teaspoon cinnamon 0.5 teaspoon cayenne pepper half a teaspoon of black mustard seeds Sauce: 4 tablespoons of oil small cinnamon stick 3 chilli 1 […]

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Chciken Vindaloo

Marinade For Chicken: 4 chicken breasts half lemon juice 2 tablespoons or white wine vinegar 3 garlic cloves 2 teaspoons ground ginger 1 tbsp garam masala 1 teaspoon cumin 1 teaspoon of cinnamon 0.5 teaspoon cayenne pepper half a teaspoon or black mustard seeds Sauce: 4 tablespoons or oil small cinnamon stick 3 chillies 1 […]

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Sticky Toffee

225 g dates 200 ml water 75 g margarine 180 g of cane sugar 250 g of cake flour 2 eggs 1 expresso 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon of baking powder 1 sachet of tea  Toffee Sauce: 200 g sugar 1 tablespoon of butter 200 ml 30% cream 50 ml orange juice   Bring […]

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Banana muffins with chocolate

4 pcs of bananas 100 ml oil 2 eggs 300 g of portable flour 50 g sugar 1 teaspoon of baking powder 150 g milk chocolate 200 ml milk Whisk the egg with oil to a uniform and smooth mass. We add sifted flour, sugar and baking powder. Then add crushed chocolate and crushed bananas. […]

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Apple Pie with Almonds

Shortbread: 100 g butter 4 yolks 50 g sugar 180 g wheat flour baking powder  lemon skin pinch of salt Stuffing: 8 apples 150 g sugar tablespoon of rape honey lemon juice almond flakes Execution: Whisk the butter with sugar and lemon zest, and then add the yolks. After a few minutes, we add flour […]

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Pumpkin Risotto with Amaretto Crust

  1 medium pumpkin 300 g arborio rice 1 carrot 1 shallot 1 clove of garlic 200 ml white wine 200 ml chicken or vegetable broth thyme a tablespoon of oil 2 tablespoons of butter sage 2-3 amaretti cakes Parmesan salt pepper Risotto is a classic Italian dish that does not require cunning or financial […]

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Gravlax – Curred Salmon in Scandinavian Way

  “Laks” in Norwegian means salmon. The most recognizable dish in the world is Gravlax. This fish is a traditional snack in Scandinavia, served with potatoes or dark bread. The basis for making the classic Gravlax is salt and sugar. They flood the fish with plenty, and leave it in a cool place for 2-3 […]

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