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Deluxe Breakfast Casserole

Deluxe Breakfast Casserole

Deluxe Breakfast Casserole only takes 30 -40 minutes to cook….even less if you are making a smaller portion! Ooooohhhh, come and see the HASH BROWNS & BACON in the ingredients. Love love love bacon! 

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Speedy Ham & Egg Fried Rice

Speedy Ham & Egg Fried Rice

Ever wondered how to make Fried Rice like in the restaurants? There’s no magic to it, you just need to know what the flavours are yes? Here I will show you! Speedy Ham & Egg Fried Rice.

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Speedy Ham & Egg Fried Rice

Speedy Ham & Egg Fried Rice

A great side or main dish, make from fresh or use up your leftovers! Always tasty and real easy to make.

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Traditional Egg Custard Tart

Traditional Egg Custard Tart

Egg Custard Tart. This is one of my favourites! It’s smooth, silky and simply a delight to eat. Warm or chilled, tastes great whichever way you eat it!

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Garlic Fried Rice

Garlic Fried Rice

Garlic Fried Rice! This is a great dish to serve any time. It’s simple, quick to make and of course goes great with other Cantonese dishes, such as stir fry’s or have like I do with my Chinese Sticky Sweet Chicken Wings. I love to eat this rice! You can use left over rice or make from fresh, whichever is convenient for you.
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Scotch Eggs

Scotch Eggs

Scotch Eggs! These are a great snack, and a very popular British dish, traditionally made for buffets, parties, picnics etc. All you need to do is grab some of your favourite chutney, pickles and dips and you’re good to go! A very popular snack. Make some today, you will love them!

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What’s in Your Quiche? – Lovefoodies hanging out! Tease your taste buds!

Quiche is such a versatile recipe. Originally from Germany, the French adopted it and made a few changes, such as the addition of cheese in the filling, and hey presto! The famous Quiche Lorraine was born. Traditionally, the humble quiche was made with a bread dough, then a savoury custard filling. Nowadays, the flan case is usually made with a shortcrust pastry, and one of the most common fillings, in addition to the custard, is cheese and bacon lardons.

Here, we are going to make the basic quiche pastry base, together with a savoury cheese & custard filling, and go wild, adding favourite ingredients.

The quiche should have a ‘rustic’ look to it, so don’t be worried about being neat with your presentation or pastry skills! So follow along and see how easy and tasty you can make a quiche!

I like it the most when it’s served warm, although it is also nice cold, for a picnic, lunch box, party, buffet etc.

What’s in Your Quiche? – Lovefoodies hanging out! Tease your taste buds!.