Proware's Hasselback Potatoes

Hasselback Potatoes

  • 10th December 2015
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First developed by chefs at the Restaurant Hasselbacken in Stockholm, these little beauties will impress even the most discerning guest. They can be prepared the night before, just leave them to soak in the fridge overnight. The sunflower or vegetable oil will take on a high temperature for roasting, really helping to crisp the potatoes up. […]

Shin Beef Stew with Dumplings

  • 27th October 2015
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The clocks have gone back, the leaves on the trees are turning … winter is coming! But it’s OK because that means slow-cook season is back.   In my opinion a delicious beef stew will bring warmth and comfort to even the coldest day. Shin of beef is perfect for stewing, it is a reasonably […]

Leiths 40th Birthday Celebrations – The changing tastes of Britain

  • 9th October 2015
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In September we were lucky enough to be invited to attend the Leiths School of Food and Wine 40th Anniversary Celebration at Bush Hall in London’s West End. When we arrived at the venue preparation for the evening was in full swing. We’d arrived before the rest of the guests so that we could drop […]

ProWare's Tangerine and Prosecco Sorbet Recipe

Tangerine and Prosecco Sorbet

  • 12th June 2015
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With all the sunshine lately, this gorgeous sorbet beckons. It is light, fruity and would be fabulous served between courses, sometimes called an Intermezzo to cleanse the palate, or as a refreshing dessert. Tangy yet sweet, the tangerines add a wonderful colour and flavour to this dessert. I’m submitting this recipe for Kavey’s Early Summer […]

Cherry Garcia Coconut Milk Ice Cream

  • 26th March 2015
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Ice cream is one of my favourite things. Whether it be regular ice cream, frozen yogurt or my newest love, coconut milk ice cream. I splurged last May and bought myself an ice cream maker and I haven’t regretted it. I have made many frozen yogurts, custard ice cream recipes, and so many varieties of […]

Sprouting Broccoli Gratin

  • 23rd March 2015
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Move over cauliflower cheese…it’s time for broccoli to shine in this cheesy gratin. This bright and tasty side dish will make a fabulous addition to your roast dinner or any meal. Simple to make and delicious, this dish will impress, and is a great alternative for those who don’t like cauliflower, because pretty much everyone […]

Baked Salmon with Spinach and Basil Pesto Pasta

January has been the month of pesto for us here at ProWare. Inspired by the Pasta Please ‘Healthy Themed’ blogging event hosted by Ren Behan this month (originally started by Jacqueline at Tinned Tomatoes), we’ve experimented with so many different varieties of pesto I’m surprised we aren’t sick of it by now! Never the less, […]

ProWare's Rosemary Roasted Nuts

Rosemary Roasted Nuts

  • 15th December 2014
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These nuts are so tasty – lightly coated, sweet and delicious smelling. They are perfect for Christmas entertaining as they are quick and easy to prepare and can be made ahead of time too, or make them as a quick snack just for yourself. Nuts are in season in December, in particular almonds, walnuts and […]

Cranberry Apple Sauce

  • 28th November 2014
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Cranberry sauce is one of those things that is so easy to make that after you’ve done it once, you’ll never go back to the shop bought kind. It’s one of those one pot wonders where you stick everything into a pan and kapow, it’s done just like that…or maybe not so explosively! However, do […]

Fresh Tomato Pasta

  • 20th June 2014
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This dish is a regular in our house since my father-in-law made it for my husband and me a few years ago. It’s based on a recipe from the Silver Spoon Pasta cookbook, if you haven’t heard of the Silver Spoon cookbook this review of their pasta book is worth a read. For this recipe […]