recipes

traditional Christmas trifle

Traditional Christmas Trifle

Ingredients: Meadowbrook Farm Sponge 135g Chivers Strawberry / Raspberry jelly 410g Tin Fruit Cocktail (drained, keeping the juice) 500g Bird’s Custard 170ml Avonmore Original Whipped Cream 4 Tablespoons Sherry (optional)   To Decorate: Fresh / Frozen Fruit, Grated Milk Chocolate, Sprinkles or Nuts   Method: 1. First things first, Dissolve jelly in 300ml of boiling …

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Christmas tea loaf

Christmas Tea Loaf

Ingredients  170g  Sultanas  170g  Raisins  1 Orange, zested  300ml Hot Strong  Tea  2 medium Eggs, lightly beaten  250g  Self-raising flour  200g  Light soft brown sugar  Butter, for greasing, plus extra to serve  Method  1. Mix the sultanas, raisins and orange zest in a large mixing bowl. Pour over the tea and cover the bowl. Leave to sit for a minimum of …

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Bank Holiday Burgers

Ingredients 454g Meadowbrook Farm Steak Mince 1 Onion, diced 1 Egg, beaten 1 Tbsp Olive Oil 1 Tsp Mixed Herbs 4 Quickbury Burger Buns 4 Charleville Cheese Slices Lettuce Chef Ketchup Method: In a large bowl, mix the mince, diced onion, herbs and the egg. Divide the mixture into 4, lightly wet your hands. Roll …

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Traditional Irish stew in a black bowl on a dark background. Ste

The Perfect Irish Stew Recipe

Ingredients: 450g Meadowbrook Farm Diced Beef 250g Kennedys Carrots & Parsnips 3 Griffins Washed Irish Roosters 1 Knorr Country Stew Meal maker 1 Onion, chopped 1 Tbsp Vegetable Oil 570ml Water   Method: Heat the oil in a large saucepan, fry the chopped onion until golden. Add the beef, cook until browned. In a jug, …

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Crunchy-Nut-Squares

Crunchy Nut Squares

Ingredients: 290g Kellogg’s Crunchy Nut Cereal 180g Kerrygold Butter 2 tbsp honey 150g sugar 2 Dairy milk share bars Method:  Melt the butter, sugar and honey together.  Once melted, stir the crunchy nut cereal through.  Pop this mixture into a lined baking tin, and then bake at 150 degrees for 10-15 minutes.  Once cooled, melt …

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