Brambly Hedge Kitchens


Recipes from our Brambly Hedge Kitchens for you to share and enjoy!

Baked custard with preserved rhubarb

A simple baked custard is one of life's little delights!  Whether encased in a crispy pastry crust, or just on its own, it's a demonstration of how very few ingredients can be combined to make something truly delicious.  In this recipe we have served it...

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Watercress Soup

A delicious soup does not need to be complicated to make.  Watercress soup can be as simple or as complicated as you like, but the watercress itself needs to 'sing', and this recipe allows it to do so! INGREDIENTS2 onions, chopped2 potatoesbutter3 cloves...

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Apple Snow

The name 'Apple Snow' can be is a creamy, yet refreshing pudding which would compliment a meal at any time of the year.  Quick and easy to make, this recipe goes really well with some little shortbread biscuits. INGREDIENTS4 Bramley...

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Malt Loaf

Malt loaf encapsulates everything there is to love about tea time cake!  It is satisfyingly sweet but not too much so, it tastes fantastic with, or without butter (if it's salted then so much the better!), it keeps well, it's easy to make, and both the...

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Cranberry Sauce

Cranberry sauce is an iconic symbol of the midwinter festivities!  It's sweet, it's sour, it's colourful, and it celebrates a berry that rarely gets used in it's own right for the rest of the year.  This recipe will brighten up your table and your...

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Poppyseed and Caraway Cake

We celebrated National Cake Day with...... a cake!  When you have a good sponge mixture, you can open the cupboards and find lots of goodies to add to it.  Caraway seeds can be a bit divisive but we love them, so we put them in, but if they're not a family...

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Hazelnut Shortbread

Roasted hazelnuts are iconic within Brambly Hedge and have so many uses.  This time, we decided to incorporate them in to shortbread as it's a great way of celebrating their wonderful earthy flavour.  There's no need to be restricted to hazelnuts here...

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Windfall Apple Cake

As more autumnal weather moves in, so does a glut of windfall apples.  This simple apple cake is moist and delicious, and a great way of using up some up! INGREDIENTS Around 220g Bramley apples (or another fairly tart variety) 220g self-raising flour 110g...

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Apple, cheddar, walnut and sage muffins

As the days and nights get cooler, the mice start to think of comfort foods, especially those that will make the most of their seasonal produce.  These savoury muffins make a delicious light meal and are another way of using up those windfall...

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