port wine

  1. Morning Glory

    Recipe Stilton, strawberry and chicory salad with port wine dressing

    The port wine dressing is robust and savoury and adds a rich base note to the tangy sweet strawberries, salty Stilton and bitter chicory flavours. Pickled walnut is optional (its a classic British thing) but don’t miss out the walnut oil in the dressing. If you really dislike blue cheese then...
  2. Morning Glory

    Recipe Blue cheese polenta with mushrooms, shallots and sultanas

    Adding a few raisins or sultanas to porcini mushrooms, when hydrating them, adds a sweet intriguing flavour. You could use any blue cheese for the polenta. Stilton would pair well with the port wine sauce, although I think a mild creamy blue such as Dolcelatte (which is what I used) works very...
  3. Morning Glory

    Recipe Partridge, pears and port

    Partridge is milder than pheasant but still has a beautiful game favour. Partridges cook very quickly and its important not to overcook them as they are apt to dry out. For this reason the shallots and garlic in this dish are part-cooked beforehand on the stove top. Ingredients 30g butter (or...
  4. TastyReuben

    Recipe Port Flip Cocktail

    Port Flip Cocktail Makes 1 cocktail Ingredients 1 egg white ¼ ounce simple syrup 1½ ruby Port 1 ounce brandy Directions In a cocktail shaker, combine all of the ingredients. Dry shake vigorously for a full 60 seconds and strain the mixture into a coupe. Recipe courtesy of...
  5. murphyscreek

    Recipe Lamb's Fry and Bacon in Port Sauce

    Ingredients 1 lambs fry sliced 250 gm bacon cut in to 5cm pieces ! onion chopped 2 cloves garlic finely chopped I cup port wine 1/2 cup beef stock Buttermilk Butter Vegetable oil Plain flour Parsley and crumbled blue cheese to garnish Method Marinate sliced lamb's fry in butter milk for 1-2...
  6. Morning Glory

    Recipe Port Marinaded Sausages with Red Onion Sauce

    I had an idea about marinading sausages for the current CookingBites Recipe Challenge. I looked at what I had available. In terms of alcohol, my first port of call (pun intended), I had wine, sherry or port. The port had been around since Christmas, so I thought ‘Why not? It needs to be used!’...
  7. C

    Recipe Viva!’s Deluxe Chestnut, Port and Thyme Strudel

    What about Viva!’s Deluxe Chestnut, Port and Thyme Strudel A delicious Christmas roast - also suitable for any chilly-weather Sunday dinner! Ingredients: 1 packet puff pastry, defrosted 1 large onion, finely chopped 3 cloves garlic, finely chopped 2 sticks celery, finely sliced 450g/1lb...
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