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British Bites: Oat-Stuffed Chicken Legs

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This quick chicken dish is a more modern variation of the Scottish preparation sometimes called howtowdie, which features a whole chicken stuffed with oats and served over spinach and poached eggs. Here, I've use exclusively chicken legs and added some quickly sautéed mushrooms to the oat filling. Serve it with some roasted vegetables and a dollop of good mustard for a satisfying, simple supper. More

Oat-Stuffed Chicken Legs

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This quick chicken dish is a more modern variation of the Scottish preparation sometimes called howtowdie, which features a whole chicken stuffed with oats and served over spinach and poached eggs. Here, I've use exclusively chicken legs and added some quickly sautéed mushrooms to the oat filling. Serve it with some roasted vegetables and a dollop of good mustard for a satisfying, simple supper. More

Sunday Brunch: Mimosa Cake

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This simple cake is inspired by a classic brunch cocktail: the mimosa. Delicate angel food cake gets topped with an orange scented cream and a few orange suprêmes. More

British Bites: Welsh Rarebit and Bacon-Roasted Tomatoes on Cheddar Beer Bread

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A few softly blistered cherry tomatoes roasted with bacon and thyme make the ideal accompaniment to this savory rarebit. If you're looking for a more filling meal, try topping the rarebit with a runny fried egg, and, as always, serve this light lunch with a cold pint of whatever beer you use to make the dish. More

British Bites: Oatcakes

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Though these oat-based yeast pancakes may appear lacy and delicate, they're actually quite satisfying and substantial. They're traditionally stuffed with savory ingredient like eggs, sausage, and ham, but they can also be loaded with syrup and filled with jam. More

Oatcakes

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Though these oat-based yeast pancakes may appear lacy and delicate, they're actually quite satisfying and substantial. They're traditionally stuffed with savory ingredient like eggs, sausage, and ham, but they can also be loaded with syrup and filled with jam. More

British Bites: Arugula, Salmon, and Leek Tart

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We're starting to get into the season of fantastic greens, and this recipe calls for one of my favorites. Arugula (also known as rocket) is prepared in two ways—chopped and quickly cooked with leeks for the tart filling, as well as lightly dressed and served on top, adding its characteristic bright, bitter flavor to an otherwise rich, creamy dish. More

Arugula, Salmon, and Leek Tart

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We're starting to get into the season of fantastic greens, and this recipe calls for one of my favorites. Arugula (also known as rocket) is prepared in two ways—chopped and quickly cooked with leeks for the tart filling, as well as lightly dressed and served on top, adding its characteristic bright, bitter flavor to an otherwise rich, creamy dish. More

British Bites: Beef, Ale, and Marmite Pie

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We have reached the end of May, and with it, the last dish of Marmaggedon. This recipe celebrates Marmite's salty, savory intensity, in the form of ale-stewed beef wrapped in flakey pastry. It makes for a hearty, filling dinner but could just as easily go along on a picnic as a chilled dish, instead. More

Beef, Ale, and Marmite Pie

Serious Eats Sydney Oland 1 comment

We have reached the end of May, and with it, the last dish of Marmaggedon. This recipe celebrates Marmite's salty, savory flavor in the form of ale-stewed beef wrapped in flakey pastry. It makes a hearty, filling dinner but could just as easily go along on a picnic as a chilled dish, instead. More

British Bites: Cheddar-Marmite Scones

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As we enter our fourth week of Marmageddon, we'll be delving into the world of baking. Most people enjoy their Marmite on some toast with butter, so we were confident that adding the salty spread to some cheddar-studded scones would hit the spot. These small cakes are simple and deeply savory, begging to be slathered in even more Marmite and butter. More

Cheddar-Marmite Scones

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As we enter our fourth week of Marmageddon, we'll be delving into the world of baking. Most people enjoy their Marmite on some toast with butter, so we were confident that adding the salty spread to some cheddar-studded scones would hit the spot. These small cakes are simple and deeply savory, begging to be slathered in even more Marmite and butter. More

British Bites: Bacon Wrapped Marmite Chicken Legs

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In our third week of Marmaggedon, we bring you a marmed-up version of the classic roast chicken legs. In this version the legs get wrapped in bacon, and then coated in a mixture of Marmite, chicken stock and brown sugar. More

Bacon Wrapped Marmite Chicken Legs

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In our third week of Marmaggedon, we bring you a marmed-up version of the classic roast chicken legs. In this version the legs get wrapped in bacon, and then coated in a mixture of Marmite, chicken stock and brown sugar. More

British Bites: Marmite Onion Fritters

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Our second week of "Marmageddon" (see first week here) brings you onion and Marmite fritters, perfect for snacking on while polishing off a few pints of beer. More

Marmite Onion Fritters

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Our second week of Marmageddon brings you onion and Marmite fritters, perfect for snacking on while polishing off a few pints of beer. More

British Bites: Coddled Eggs with Marmite Mushrooms

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We're going to call the month of May Marmageddon—each week this month, British Bites will feature a recipe using one of the most polarizing ingredients in the British culinary arsenal: Marmite! If you're one of those poor souls who has yet to embrace Marmite, I'm sorry. I sincerely hope that Marmageddon inspires you to bring this brown paste home and give it a shot. First up: coddled eggs with mushrooms and Marmite. More

Coddled Eggs with Marmite Mushrooms

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Eggs coddled with mushrooms and Marmite. More

British Bites: Scotch Woodcock (Creamy Scrambled Eggs on Toast with Anchovies)

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Of all the words I could use to describe British food, simplicity would probably be the first. Scotch woodcock, a dish of soft scrambled eggs on toast topped with anchovies, is simplicity at its finest. And in the grand tradition of British dishes with funny names (welsh rarebit, salmagundi, cawl cennin) this dish uses no actual woodcock. More

Scotch Woodcock (Creamy Scrambled Eggs and Anchovies on Toast)

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Of all the words I could use to describe British food, simplicity would probably be the first. Scotch woodcock, a dish of soft scrambled eggs on toast topped with anchovies, is simplicity at its finest. And in the grand tradition of British dishes with funny names (welsh rarebit, salmagundi, cawl cennin) this dish uses no actual woodcock. More

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