Banana Bread with Almond Butter and Chocolate Chips

From: Kitchen Hero: Donal's Irish Feast

These mini banana bread loaves are deliciously moist and are extremely easy to throw together. I’ve added some chocolate chips to this recipe but you could use some toasted chopped nuts instead if you prefer. This recipe will also fill a 900ml loaf tin and will take about 50 minutes to cook in the oven.

Lords and Ladles menu - Westport House

From: Lords & Ladles

Here is this week's menu for Lords and Ladles - Westport House.

Soufflé Omelette with Smoked Haddock

From: Neven Maguire: Home Chef

This is actually very similar to the classic omelette Arnold Bennett. Properly cooked, it is absolutely delicious and I've no doubt your guests will savour every mouthful. If you are really short of time, substitute smoked mackerel fillets and flake as for the recipe, which will save you having to poach the fish.

Lords and Ladles menu - Castle Leslie

From: Lords & Ladles

Here is this week's menu from Lords and Ladles - Castle Leslie.

Moroccan Goat Tagine with Bulgur Wheat Salad

From: Kitchen Hero: Donal's Irish Feast

Goat lends itself wonderfully to rich spicing and punchy aromatics, as this tagine demonstrates. It is particularly good if made ahead of time and reheated a day or two later.

Peanut Parfait

From: Neven Maguire: Home Chef

This can be made up to 1 month in advance and kept in an airtight container in the freezer until needed.

Lords and Ladles Menu - Tullynally Castle

From: Lords & Ladles

Here is this week's menu from Lords and Ladles - Tullynally Caste.

Instant Strawberry Ice Cream Sundae

From: Neven Maguire: Home Chef

Watch children’s faces light up as you make these ice cream sundaes before their very eyes! The ice cream is so much better for them than anything you can buy, contains so little fat and has a really fresh flavour. If there are any adults around, they’ll be guaranteed to enjoy it just as much. Try using raspberries, which work just as well.

Lords and Ladles Birr Castle Menu

From: Lords & Ladles

Here are Sunday's recipes - the Birr castle menu of Lords and Ladles.

Christmas Feast: Black Forest Brownie Trifle

From: Kitchen Hero: Donal's Irish Feast

This recipe might look a little complicated but in fact it's incredibly easy. If you're very short of time use shop-bought brownies, a carton of readymade custard that you stir the melted chocolate into and a couple of posh jars of cherries in kirsch. Whatever way you decide to do it always use the best quality dark chocolate you can afford. It's best to leave the final part of the assembly to the last minute for the most spectacular impact.




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