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24/01 Link Up Your Favourite Posts This Week: Welcome To The Weekend Hop:
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24//01 Link Up Your Favourite Posts This Week: Welcome To The Weekend Hop:
South African Pink Lady, Stilton And Caramelised Pecan Salad:
Firstly, are you looking for nice and tasty salad ideas? Fancy something with a crunch?
How about trying out this Pink Lady, Stilton & Caramelised Pecan Salad? South African Pink Lady, Stilton And Caramelised Pecan Salad.
Pink and Delicious South African Baked Apples:
Secondly, how about this for a simple, sensational dessert?
South African Pink Lady and Golden Delicious apples, cored and scored around their middles, then filled with dried fruits, orange zest and ground almonds – baked until soft.
Anyone for ice cream on the side? Pink and Delicious South African Baked Apples.
Peach And Thyme Filo Tarte Tatin:
Thirdly I am sharing a recipe created by Nicola Millbank. (Using South African peaches, available in UK supermarkets until the end of April).
The flavour and quality of peaches from South Africa are exceptional due to the country’s sunshine, ideal climate and near perfect growing conditions.
South African fruit is also an ethical choice because of its role in developing the country in the last 20 years. South African Peach And Thyme Filo Tarte Tatin.
Nectarine Tarte Tatin:
Last but not least, this upside-down tart is commonly made with apples but other fruits also work well – such as pears, plums, nectarines or peaches.
It’s very easy to make, but you need to have the courage to let the nectarines caramelise, so let them cook slowly for enough time so that their juices blend with the butter and sugar.
You will also need a bit of courage to flip the tart over. You will need a 20cm (8 inch) frying pan that has an ovenproof handle. Nectarine Tarte Tatin. Oh so yummy, indeed.