Author Archives: Recipe Mash Team

Roast Chicken with Apricot Stuffing and Asparagus

  This roast chicken and asparagus meal has it all. Stuffing side and sauce. It is also delicious and will be a star hit for any dinner party, Sunday lunch or special occasion. Optional: add mushrooms in with the asparagus. Print Roast Chicken with Asparagus Author: Recipe Mash Team Recipe type: Main Courses Cuisine: British, american Serves: 4   Roast chicken, asparagus and a ... Read More »

Chinese Chili Spare Ribs

Spare ribs are truly tasty!  These super chili charged, sticky Chinese spare ribs make for a great dinner. You can buy petite spare ribs for a smaller serving size, or look for the super fat, meaty ones, although those take longer to nook through.  For hotter ribs, leave the seeds in your chilis, for milder, remove the seeds. You can ... Read More »

Beef and Bean One Pot Meal

Beef and bean on pot dinner

This beef and been one pot meal uses ground beef with a bit of bacon for extra flavor. If you want to lighten it up, you can use ground turkey. It is a  good, hearty, one-pot meal. Perfect for a cold Winter’s evening. Print Beef and Bean Pot Author: Recipe Mash Team Recipe type: Main Courses Cuisine: American Prep time:  10 mins Cook ... Read More »

Kedgeree Recipe

Kedgeree Recipe

Kedgeree is a dish where British meets Indian spice. This old colonial breakfast dish is a great dish any time of day. Plus it has such an interesting name! Kedgeree, let that just roll off your tongue! This recipe includes smoked haddock, curry, eggs, rice and plenty of fresh green herbs. Print Kedgeree Author: Recipe Mash Team Recipe type: Main Courses Cuisine: Indian ... Read More »

Chocolate Fondue

  Chocolate Fondue is perfect for romantic dinners, Valentine’s Day, a dinner party, or just a bit of fun on a Friday night.  Dip anything you like, but chocolate dipped berries are particularly good. So are pretzels, marshmallows, cake, fruit etc. Print Chocolate Fondue Author: Recipe Mash Team Recipe type: Dessert Cuisine: French Prep time:  10 mins Cook time:  10 mins Total time:  ... Read More »

Vegetarian Cornish Pasties Recipe

A traditional English favorite, it is believed that Cornish Pasties were made for Cornish tin miners. Unable to return to the surface they had a ready meal all in one. The thick crust enabled them to hold it with dirty hands and not contaminate their lunch. They were often made with meat at one end and fruit or jam at ... Read More »

Panna Cotta with Blackberries

Panna Cotta is a traditional, easy and delicious Italian custard that makes a rich and sophisticated dessert. It goes great with any fruit. This Panna Cotta recipe used blackberries, but you can use a different fruit, or even chocolate in you like. Panna Cotta is easy to make, but it does need to chill overnight, so plan ahead! Print Panna ... Read More »

Salmon Fishcakes

Fish cakes can be made with  any type of fish, including whitefish. Here Salmon is used instead. You could also use tuna or use smoked fish. They are really versatile, so substitute the type of fish at will. Serve these with tartar sauce or any pepper sauce or cocktail sauce. Add a green salad or steamed vegetables and chips! Print Salmon ... Read More »

White Chocolate Cheesecake

Everyone loves cheesecake and what could be better than a recipe for white chocolate cheesecake?  A rich and decadent desert, this white chocolate cheesecake is best served in very thin slices. There are a couple of ways to garnish your cheesecake. One is with fruit. Another nice garnish is to simply dust the top with cocoa powder.   Print White ... Read More »

Classic Red Velvet Cake Recipe

Red velvet cake is a traditional, dreamy, moist layer cake whose origins are not certain. Believed to have originated in the South, this cake is popular as a Valentine’s Day or Holiday cake due to its red color. However, a cake this good should be enjoyed all year around. It is a chocolate lover’s dream item.  The red velvet batter is always ... Read More »