I normally make waffles using this recipe, coz you can easily double this recipe and store leftover batter in the fridge (for up to 3 days) to whip up on a busy weekday morning. Also, there's no egg separating or egg-white-stiff-peak-whipping or folding-whites-gently-into-batter or any other sort of protocol. AND, the best part of this recipe is that it's easily customizable for any sort of topping, so you can get a variety of tastes with just this one basic recipe! win win!!
I know, I know... there's already SO many versions of shepherd's pie out there... I think close to 20 here on cucumbertown itself! Each version unique in it's own way... and each version yummy n comforting nonetheless! :) I've made this one slightly different with the addition of mushrooms and chilly flakes, to give it a tad bit more zip n zing!
I know this post has been a long time in the making (Ankit I can almost see you nodding your head... well, get out those fire-crackers you've been saving up!) but I've FINALLY managed to post what's officially my 100th recipe! Figured I might make it something celebration worthy... so here's my relatively simple and definitely OH-so worth it mini lemon meringue pie recipe... guaranteed to get you some ooohs and aaahs of appreciation!
New Year brekkie! Waffles with country syrup and baked eggs with garlic spinach & mushrooms... divine!
This is a new spin on a traditional Easter dish.... it is baked with chunks of marzipan strewn through the cake which melt and meld into the fruit, after baking, the cake is topped off with the traditional marzipan decoration (eleven marzipan spheres to denote the eleven apostles minus Judas, the traitor) and toasted lightly in the oven. this dish is perfect for an Easter family gathering, and is also the PERFECT way to use up extra [christmas mincemeat](http://www.cucumbertown.com/christmas-mincemeat-recipe-dish)... adapted from Delia Smith's recipe.