Content tagged with “English/Irish/Scottish ” (Page 2)

Cranberry Coconut Trifle
No other dessert turns heads like a trifle. Festive in every way, this trifle recipe glows from within with scarlet...
Salt & Vinegar Roasted Potatoes
We love salt-and-vinegar potato chips; why not use the same flavor combination when roasting potatoes?
Thick & Rich Hot Cocoa
Rich, creamy and thick enough that you may want to scoop it with a spoon, this European-style drinking chocolate is...
Old-Fashioned Gingerbread
Ginger, which can be traced as far back as the first century A.D., is an ancient culinary staple. Honor its tradition...
Avocado Tea Sandwiches
Smoked salmon plays off crispy cucumber and creamy avocado.
Colcannon is a classic Irish side dish that couples mashed potatoes with cabbage or kale. We use low-fat milk instead...
Creamy Horseradish Baked Potatoes
Tangy horseradish-topped baked potatoes are the perfect addition to your favorite steak dinner.
Scallion-Ranch Baked Potatoes
Low-fat ranch dressing and chopped fresh scallions are a simple way to jazz up baked potatoes.
Cheese & Chive Baked Potatoes
Chives and cottage cheese are a simple topping for baked potatoes.
Oven-Fried Fish & Chips
Fish and chips are traditionally sold wrapped in paper to soak up all the grease—not a good sign. To cut the calories...
Plum-Almond Upside-Down Cake
Jewel-like plums are beautiful in this almond-flavored upside-down cake.
Pork Medallions with Cumberland Sauce
Glossy and burgundy-colored, this traditional English sweet-and-sour sauce turns pork tenderloin into an elegant entree.
Londoner's Egg Sandwich
A simple egg sandwich gets added zing from whole-grain mustard and fresh dill.
Roasted Pear Trifle
Trifle, the quintessential British dessert, can be made in endless variations. This crowd-pleasing version is perfect...
Roasted Pineapple Shortcakes
Shortcake isn't just for strawberries. Roasted pineapple and macadamia nuts give this version a Hawaiian twist and...
Whole-Wheat Irish Soda Bread
Soda breads are hearty Irish staples - wholemeal flour with large flakes of bran and wheat germ, or white flour or a...
Chicken Mulligatawny
Mulligatawny, which literally means “pepper water,” is an English interpretation of an Indian dish. It has seemingly...
Creamy Horseradish Sauce
Horseradish does the talking in this creamy, pungent sauce. Serve with beef tenderloin, Cheddar mashed potatoes or as a...
Endive & Watercress Salad
Sweet apple cider and peppery watercress make for an excellent salad.
Pork Cutlets with Cumberland Sauce
Old-fashioned, sweet and sour Cumberland Sauce, a British favorite, makes a fine topping for pork. Round out the meal...
Smoked Trout Hash with Mustard Greens
We've combined assertive mustard greens, smoky trout and crisped potatoes in this interpretation of a hash. If you...
Irish Lamb Stew
Lamb stew is Irish penicillin: a rich stew full of potatoes, leeks and carrots that'll cure whatever ails you. In...
Cream Cheese Pound Cake
Pound cake got its name from the original formulation: a pound each of sugar, flour, butter and eggs. Just the thought...
Kale & Potato Hash
Serve as a side with a steak or pork chops or set a poached egg on top for a hearty breakfast or brunch.
The English have been making shandys since the 1600s. If you prefer, you can substitute 1 1/2 cups ginger ale for the...
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