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By Dyfed Lloyd Evans

Conventional Scottish recipes provided for the fashionable prepare dinner. Over 450 vintage Scottish recipes taken from each quarter of Scotland. additionally integrated is a bankruptcy on Hogmanay, with historical past and traditions and 33 extra meals for Hogmanay in addition to 34 recipes for cocktails that may be serve for Hogmanay. there's a entire bankruptcy on Burns evening, together with heritage, tips to behavior a Burns Supper and hyperlinks to recipes appropriate for a Burns evening meal.

The booklet is split into chapters that take you throughout a Scottish meal, from soups via starters, major classes, cakes, muffins, breads, biscuits (cookies), sauces, beverages and jams and jellies. the full breadth of Scottish cookery is roofed. this can be the main entire choice of conventional Scottish dishes to be had.

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Spring greens or an similar leafy green. Serves: 4 Ingredients: 2 heads curly kale 120g (4 oz) oatmeal 300ml (1 1/4 cups) beef stock a little cream salt and black pepper, to taste Method: Add the kale to a pan of boiling, lightly salted water and cook until blanched (about 3 minutes). Drain then chop the kale very finely. Return to a pan, sprinkle the oatmeal over the top then add the boiling stock. Stir well and season to taste. Add a little cream and serve with oatcakes. Scottish Porridge Oats have long been a staple of the Scottish dinner table, mostly because oats are more tolerant to cold and wet conditions than other grains and therefore grow well in the Scottish climate.

Here it’s used with that most archetypical of Scottish fish, the salmon. Serves: 4 Ingredients: 4 salmon steaks flour, seasoned to taste medium oatmeal to coat butter for coating, melted Method: Lightly flour the salmon steaks then dip in the melted butter to coat. Sprinkle the oatmeal over the top and pat into the fish. Place on a buttered grill tray and grill slowly for about 10 minutes (depending on the size of the steaks), turning once. Herring in Oatmeal This is a classic of both Scottish and Welsh cookery and this Scottish version uses two staples of Scottish cookery, herring and oatmeal.

Meanwhile melt the butter in a large pan and add the herring, skin side up (this will help the fish hold together as it cooks) and cook on both sides until cooked though and the oatmeal is beginning to colour nicely (about 12 minutes). Smoked Haddock, Lentil and Poached Egg Breakfast This is a very hearty, if slightly unusual breakfast that’s well worth making. Use proper smoked haddock in this dish, not the fluorescent yellow kind you tend to get in supermarkets. Serves: 6 Ingredients 140g (5 oz) smoked streaky bacon, cut into strips 90g (3 oz) unsalted butter 2 medium onions, finely chopped 2 celery sticks, finely chopped 1 medium carrot, finely chopped 350g (2/3 lb + 4 tbsp) Puy lentils, washed 1 bayleaf 1 tsp sugar 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped 3 tbsp red wine vinegar 330g (12 oz) smoked haddock fillet (3 fillets, halved) fresh milk 1 generous handful flat-leaf parsley 2 tbsp white wine vinegar 6 fresh eggs snipped chives, to garnish Method: Beat together the egg yolks, sugar and milk until smooth.

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