On Christmas Day we have ham and turkey Yum Yum delicious.
On boxing day, “26th December we have cold turkey with chips, hmmm not healthy but it tastes good
On 27th December, We have turkey croquettes (getting a bit sick of turkey now),
On 28th December we have turkey curry, (if I don’t see another turkey before next Christmas I don’t mind)
On 29th December we have Whitley Goose, which is called “goose” but it has no meat in it at all......its not healthy, but its not turkey either
4 whole onions, peeled.
120g of grated Cheddar cheese.
0.5 litre of single cream.
Salt and Black pepper.
A knob of butter.
Boil the onions in lightly salted water until they are tender (15 to 20 mins)
Drain and allow to cool down a little.
Chop onions roughly and mix with half the cheese.
Use the knob of butter to grease an ovenproof dish.
Pour in the cream.
Stir in the onion/cheese mix.
Top with the rest of the cheese
Bake in preheated oven at, 200 C gas mark 6 for 20 to 30 minutes or until golden brown.
Will serve four if used as an accompaniment to any left over cold meats, or two as a supper dish
8S1 Peterlee, Academy at Shotton Hall
Name: Group 8-A
Name of my school: Monastyryshche School 5
Name: Giovanni Venerucci
class: 2F Finale Ligure
Today Let’s Make Tiramisù
500 g (1.1 lbs) Mascarpone Cheese
6 egg yolks
250 g (0.55 lbs) sugar
3 egg whites
1 o 2 teaspoons of rum (or other liquor)
A pinch of salt
1 package of Savoiardi (sponge fingers) biscuits (british english) / cookies (american english)
1 cup espresso coffee
Beat egg yolks and sugar at high speed in a bowl
Add the mascarpone and mix well.
Beat egg whites until foam, adding a pinch of salt and pour into the bowl.
Dip the Savoiardi into coffee and pour in a pan.
Layer some of the mascarpone cream over biscuits.
Repeat all layers.
Top with unsweetened cocoa powder.
Refrigerate at least 2 hours and serve cold.
cooked and eaten!
and merry cristhmas!!!
Every year I bake Christmas cookies with my mum. My favourite cookies are "Linzer stars".
Ingredients: plain flour (210 g), icing sugar (70 g), butter (140 g), egg yolk (2), vanilla sugar (1 bag), jam (sour)
Recipe: First put flour, sugar, butter, yolk, and vanilla sugar in a bowl and mix with your clean hands. Then put
the dough in a fridge for an hour. Then put the dough on a table and use a roll spin to make a 0.5 cm high cake.
Next take a metal form in the shape of a star and cut the stars. Put baking paper on a try. Put your stars on the try. Heat the oven on 200° C.
Bake about 15minutes. When the stars cool down, spread jam on one piece and stick the other one on it. Wait about 10 days before you eat them.