Gastro pub recipe to try at home

PUBLISHED: 15:42 19 May 2011 | UPDATED: 19:24 20 February 2013

Gastro pub recipe to try at home

Gastro pub recipe to try at home

Make these delicious gastro pub recipes devised by Gary Kingshott of the Whepstead White Horse, winner of the EADT Suffolk Food and Drink Awards best dining pub 2010

Make these delicious gastro pub recipes devised by Gary Kingshott of the Whepstead White Horse, winner of the EADT Suffolk Food and Drink Awards best dining pub 2010




Slow roast chicken with garlic, new potatoes and melting lemons



Ingredients


1 free range chicken, approx.


1kg


First press Suffolk


rapeseed oil


1 glass dry white wine


2 lemons


400g small new potatoes,


scrubbed


6 garlic cloves (bruised)


4 sprigs of thyme


Small bunch parsley


Maldon salt and cracked


pepper to taste



Method


Joint chicken into 8 pieces. Cut lemons into 8 wedges, skin left on. Bruise your garlic cloves. Cut potatoes in half. Toss all ingredients together in rapeseed oil and seasonings. Place into heavy ovenproof dish. Cook in preheated oven 160C for 2 hours with a loose foil covering. Serve straight to table with hot buttered curly kale or spring greens.



Sweet Yorkshire pudding filled with vanilla ice cream, topped with strawberry conserve



Ingredients


Yorkshire mix for 8 puddings


4 medium free range eggs


pint water


pint full fat milk


4oz plain flour


Pinch of salt


Your own choice of favourite


vanilla ice cream


Strawberry conserve


Icing sugar for dusting



Method


For best results whisk all Yorkshire mix ingredients together in stainless steel or china bowl. Leave to rest for 4 hours. Pre heat oven 200c, gas 6. Heat 4 inch muffin tins, with a coating of salad oil in oven for 3 minutes, remove from oven, pour off excess oil and fill each hole to the brim with batter mix. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes, until golden brown. Remove from oven and set aside to keep warm.


When ready to serve, fill each pudding with a scoop of ice cream and top with a generous spoonful of strawberry conserve and dust with icing sugar to finish. Happy pudding eating.



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