Cornish Pasties are like a hand held version of a meat pie. You can eat them with a knife and fork too but according to the PGI they can only be filled with beef, potato, turnip and onion and the only seasoning can be salt and pepper. They’re then folded into a D shape and baked. The rules are strict, but only if you’re planning to sell them so there’s no need to worry about making them at home.
This recipe for Potato Bread was featured in the 2007 edition of Food and Drink Magazine. It’s made with mashed potatoes, grated raw potatoes and loads of roasted garlic. Because this rustic loaf doesn’t have any yeast, it has a denser texture similar to a scone. But don’t be fooled by its simplicity. It’s hearty and delicious.
Serve a Rice and Black Bean Bowl warm or cold, with or without cheese. This colourful and tasty dish is loaded with healthy ingredients with a zesty dressing. It can be customized to include ingredients you love and what you’ve got on hand. Not a fan of vegetarian dishes? Add some grilled meat. It’s totally up to you.
If you’re new to pasta making, Gnocchi would be a great place to start. With no need for special equipment or ingredients, these light and fluffy potato pasta dumplings can be made easily with just a few common ingredients. And since they’re hand rolled, you don’t need a pasta maker.
Chunks of artichokes in a creamy cheesy mixture, topped with Parmesan and baked until hot and melty. Warm Artichoke Dip is a crowd pleaser at casual gatherings. This simple recipe features an interesting optional ingredient that goes perfectly with artichokes.