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Old 12 Jun 20, 07:36 AM  
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Originally Posted by Floridatilly View Post
That looks amazing!
I love trifle but i can never get the custard right.
Its just runny!
How do you make the custard part ?
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I use a Birds custard sachet, and make it quite thickly.
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Old 12 Jun 20, 04:36 PM  
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Originally Posted by Floridatilly View Post
That looks amazing!
I love trifle but i can never get the custard right.
Its just runny!
How do you make the custard part ?
Thanks
Itís a pint of double cream, one vanilla pod, 50g of caster sugar 6 egg yolks and 2 slightly heaped teaspoons of cornflour.

Mix the sugar and cornflour together in a large bowl with the egg yolks and the seeds from the pod.

Bring the cream to just below boiling point along with the scraped out pod and then slowly pour into the egg mix whilst whisking. Once itís all in, pour the whole lot back into the saucepan and bring to the boil gently whilst whisking.
Tip into a shallow bowl and cover the surface with clingfilm so it canít form a skin and refrigerate.
I leave it overnight and itís perfect for adding to the trifle by morning

*I donít discard the pod until I use the custard

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Old 12 Jun 20, 04:38 PM  
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Originally Posted by cheekydeeky View Post
Iím hungry now! Iíd love the trifle recipe and the lasagne with chorizo if youíre happy to share?

Mine is strawberry or raspberry white chocolate cheesecake. Delicious but not for anyone dieting

Itís slightly lengthy for all the components but I will try and add it!
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Mine would be Jambalaya. It's a simple recipe, but so tasty 😋
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Old school chocolate crunch

Originally Posted by Twinkle-Dolphin View Post
Do you have a recipe youíd be happy to share please?


Use 20cm tin

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It's all about the perfect pizza here! Slowly perfected the dough over 20 years and now it's almost as good as Blaze!
I make a great pizza, but I struggle with getting the crust consistent. Any chance of sharing your recipe?
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Chocolate orange brownies and Bounty flapjacks.
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Steak seems to be my skill. So much so that my lot won't eat it at a restaurant any more because its not as nice.

Just sirloin, tescos own will do, oiled, sprinkled with salt and pepper, cooked in a very hot frying pan for a couple of minutes each side. Throw in some butter to deglaze the pan. Put on a warm plate and leave to rest... Done...medium rare.
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My signature dish would depend on who you ask. Son no 1 would say Somerset Pie, son no 2 would say lasagne, daughter would say chicken parmigiana and DH would say a crust less quiche. Iím just pleased they all enjoy my cooking 😀
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Depending on which family member you asked.

Ex husband loved my seafood risotto
DD loves carbonara
DS loves roast chicken dinner
Mother loves my chocolate trifle
Dad probably my cherry scones.

DH now loves anything lol.
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