Paula’s Recipes

RECIPE OF THE MONTH; Queen of Puddings

Queen of Puddings

I’ve recently bought Paul Hollywood’s Pies and Puds, it’s great and very easy to follow, last weekend I tried his Queen of Puddings it turned out really well. So, here I am again trying recipes for the Pinnacle walking breaks, last year I only had to practice for the Chamonix walking holiday,  but now we

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CANAPE RECIPE: Pastry Wheels with Pepper and Cheese

Pastry Wheels with Pepper and Cheese Canape Recipe

Every time we have friends or family round for dinner I always try a new Canape recipe, everyone seems to love them, so I now make them on arrival night on our French Alps walking breaks. My favourite Canape Recipe to make is a Palmier, it’s so easy and you can choose many types of

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Yoghurt Cake Recipe – Tasty and Easy

Coffee Walnut yohurt Cake Recipe

A season worker’s essential, the yoghurt cake is key to many an afternoon tea. It never seems to let me down, try lemon curd or buttercream in the centre. It’s easy peasy and takes very little time, everyone loves yoghurt cake. When we did our Ski season in the 3 Valleys everyone made them. They

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Chocolate Smartie Cake

Chocolate Smartie Cake is a very tasty not too unhealthy for a chocolate cake. It’s a great recipe for all the family to enjoy. I have made this many times on our Peaks short breaks, it’s great for chocolate loving walkers. Ingredients for Chocolate Smartie Cake 200g butter 200g milk chocolate 200g caster sugar 2

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Good Recipe for Tiramisu

A Good Recipe for Tiramisu

Tiramisù is such a Good Recipe and one of those Italian desserts that is regularly found on restaurant dessert menus, and is loved by most pudding lovers. Translated from Italian, Tiramisù literally means pick-me-up (Tira-mi-sù) in reference to the coffee and alcohol found inside. A good recipe describes a layered dessert made with Italian biscuits

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Apple Pear Strudel Recipe

Pudding Recipes | Apple Pear Strudel

Our Peak District short walking break always gives me a chance to try out some recipes which will be good for our New Year break. A big hit was the Apple Pear Strudel served with Cinnamon custard. It was so easy to make and everywhere smells of Christmas spices. Strudel is always served in the

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Moroccan Lamb Tagine is a Popular Dish

Moroccan Lamb Tagine gives our meal time an exotic touch

Moroccan Lamb Tagine a popular dish. Lamb is quite expensive to buy in the French Alps, so we usually exchange Lamb for Chicken on our walking holidays. However if your making this in the UK always use Lamb, the dish is delicious and if you don’t like Cous Cous – rice is good also. If

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Cheddar, Parsley and Smoked Haddock Fishcakes Recipe

Fishcakes popular with Chamonix guests

Although crumbing bread is not my favourite job in the kitchen, it is really worth it when it comes to these delicious smoked haddock fishcakes. The Cheddar and parsley are a very good partnership in these Smoked Haddock fishcakes. Served with a Crème Fraiche Sauce and some French Beans it’s a winner with our Chamonix

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Goats Cheese Walnut Toast Recipe

Goats Cheese & Walnut Toast

A Great Starter or Canape This is so easy, and has remained a staple on our canapé menu for quite a few seasons. This recipe is from the cookbook of ‘Delicious Mountain’ in Meribel, their recipe book is great. The combination of nut, goats cheese and honey is always a winner. As a canapé, what

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Teriyaki Beef Delicious Recipe

Teriyaki Beef Stew is a great way to cook beef which can be quite tough in the French Alps

Teriyaki Beef Our Teriyaki Beef recipe is a firm favourite with guests. If you’re looking for something a little different this weekend or you want to impress your friends and family with a simple yet tasty dish, why not give it a try. I use it on our all-inclusive walking holidays in the Peak District

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