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Summer berry tart

Summer berry tart

Summer berries are excellent choice for making any type of desserts and tarts are no exceptions. The choice is huge – strawberries, blackberries, bluberries, raspberries, redcurrants – they all can be used well alone or mixed with each other. Summer berry tart looks stunning and makes the most of all the lovely summer fruits. With the basic ingredients and a bit of the skill, you can make this lovely dessert that will be a perfect serve for a warm summer day. The recipe is pretty much light and healty, and not even to mention all nutritional benefits of eating berries. Everybody will love it! And everybody will ask for more. Serve it chilled with tea or the glass of dessert wine.

Kedgeree

Kedgeree

Kedgeree is Anglo-Indian breakfast dish made with long grain rice baked with smoked haddock, hard boiled eggs, cream and lemon juice. It is widely believed that the dish was brought to the United Kingdom by returning British colonials who had enjoyed it in India and introduced it to the UK as a breakfast dish in Victorian times, part of the then fashionable Anglo-Indian cuisine. It is one of many breakfast dishes that, in the days before refrigeration, converted yesterday’s leftovers into hearty and appealing breakfast dishes, of which bubble and squeak is probably the best known. The dish can be eaten hot or cold. Other fish can be used instead of haddock such as tuna or salmon, though that is not traditional. Some kedgeree recipes include ingredients such as sultanas, curry powder, onion, coriander, fresh ginger etc.