WWW. MeatFeasts Wedding Edition.

Some select recipes from the feasting we did over the course of the wedding weekend.

Ham and Cheese Wedding Pie.

Ham and Cheese Pie Recipe2

Ingredients for the crust:

  • -500g plain flour
  • -3 eggs
  • -200g butter
  • -50g cheddar

Ingredients for the filling:

  • -500g gammon
  • -500g pork belly
  • -200g cheddar
  • -100g mozarella
  • -200g red leicester
  • -onion powder, caramelized onions or fried onions to taste
  • -bell peppers to taste (we used 2)

Utensils:

  • -mixing bowl and fork
  • -chopping board and knife
  • -deep pie tin with removable base

Recipe:

Pie Chart

  1. Mix the pastry ingredients until firm, dry and stretchy. Refrigerate.
  2. Slice the meats and cheeses so they can be easily layered.
  3. Roll out two thirds of the pastry so it’s large enough to cover the base of the tin, both sides and a few inches to spare. Roll into the tin.
  4. Layer the meat and cheese and onion.
  5. Top with peppers and/or spring onions.
  6. Roll out the remaining pastry and place as a lid. Mash and roll the spare edges and the lid’s edges together.
  7. Bake at 160C for one and a half to two hours.
  8. Cool before serving.

Ham and Cheese Pie Recipe

Pie Nutritional Info.

Whole Satay Chicken.

Ingredients:

  • -1 chicken
  • -300g peanut butter
  • -100g honey
  • -4tbsp chili garlic sauce
  • -2tbsp soy sauce

Utensils:

  • -mixing bowl and fork
  • -sharp knife
  • -baking tray with a raised floor, grill tray or large meat skewer

Recipe:

  • Mix the peanut butter, honey, chili and soy sauce thoroughly.
  • Slice every thick portion of meat on the chicken right down to the bone:
    • 4-8 for each breast
    • 2-4 for each leg quarter
    • 6 down the back
  • Cover the chicken in satay sauce, make sure it gets into the cuts.
  • Roast at 140C for 2-3h.

Turkey Giblet Gravy.

Ingredients:

  • -1 turkey neck, heart, liver
  • -1 cup caramelized or dried onion
  • -1 glass red wine
  • -2tsp english mustard
  • -1tsp salt
  • -1tsp pepper
  • -water as needed

Utensils:

  • -chopping board and knife
  • -saucepan
  • -blender

Recipe:

  1. Boil the giblets with the onion until tender.
  2. Remove the giblets from the water and chop them. Remove the meat from the neck and discard the bones.
  3. Return the giblets to the pan along with the remaining ingredients. Bring to a boil.
  4. Once all cooked-through, blend the gravy.

Ice Cream and Cranachan Tower.

Our three ice-creams were peach, blueberry and raspberry&orange, but you can make any ice cream you like or even just assemble it with your favourite ice cream.

Ingredients for each ice cream:

  • -300ml double cream
  • -200g fruit
  • -100g sugar

Ingredients for Cranachan cream:

  • -300ml double cream
  • -3tbsp honey
  • -a dash of vanilla or whiskey

Utensils:

  • -chopping board and knife
  • -small pot
  • -blender
  • -mixing bowl and whisk
  • -tupperware, freezer

Recipe:

  1. Chop and cook the fruit until soft.
  2. Add the sugar and simmer.
  3. Blend with required cream. Pour into tupper and freeze.
  4. Whisk the remaining cream until stiff.
  5. Add honey. Whisk until stiff again.
  6. Add whiskey and/or vanilla. Whisk until stiff again.
  7. Serve three scoops of ice cream for every scoop of cream.
  8. Top with crushed chocolate and nuts (we used dark chocolate and pistachios).

HomeMade IceCream Recipe2

HomeMade IceCream Recipe

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2 thoughts on “WWW. MeatFeasts Wedding Edition.

    • Will try and work that in at the start of the WWW next week. 🙂 I pick our favourite dish of the week and that usually happens to be the carbiest or most calorific meal we get. But I’ll try and get a vegetable dish and some meal plans written up too. 🙂

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