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SMOKED PHEASANT SALAD WITH BLOOD ORANGE, RADICCHIO, FENNEL & TOASTED COBNUTSSALADS AND SIDES / WINTER / CHRISTMAS
Through the autumn and winter months, game and other seasonal wild food is celebrated at Daylesford. Pheasant, often only served as a roast whole bird, has a delicate gamey flavour and tender texture when cooked more gently. We have recently started smoking pheasant and have found it works beautifully in salads or served as a […]
Almond & Saffron CakeGUEST RECIPE / SWEET / AUTUMN / WINTER / CHRISTMAS
Amandip Uppal makes bright, flavourful Indian dishes without the lengthy processes. This Almond and Saffron Cake from Amandip’s cookbook Indian Made Easy is a beautifully moist, featherlight number with bitter hints of orange peel and gentle pops of cardamom. A must for everyone’s baking repertoire.
Baked Prunes with Blue CheeseCANAPÉS / WINTER / CHRISTMAS
There is nothing like a warm canapé during Christmas celebrations – be it a classic honey and mustard glazed cocktail sausage or these melt in the mouth, flavourful bites. Easy to prepare and simply needing a minute or two in the oven, they never fail to please. Don’t be too worried about plating; try serving […]
Beetroot Crackers with Whipped Goat’s Cheese and Candied WalnutsCANAPÉS / CHRISTMAS / EAT TO BE HEALTHY / WINTER / CHRISTMAS
A brilliant, quick canapé recipe and one that will please any vegetarians. We have included a recipe for the beetroot crackers below, but you can also find them in our farmshops and online. Prepare everything in advance and assemble just before your guests arrive.
Bite-Sized Blue Cheese and Cranberry FrittatasCANAPÉS / WINTER / CHRISTMAS
These bite-sized blue cheese and cranberry frittatas are the perfect prepare-ahead canapés and are made up of ingredients you’re likely to have in your fridge over the festive period. You can use any variety of strong cheese but we love using our award-winning Daylesford Bledington Blue.
Bubble & Squeak Bites with Wholegrain MustardCANAPÉS / WINTER / CHRISTMAS
A classic combination of British winter ingredients, this is a great way to use up Christmas leftovers – perfect for Boxing Day drinks parties or perhaps New Year’s Eve.