Another one of the Keysborough Bowls Social Club slices. This would be a be a good one for the kids to do – although you might need to buy extra peppermint crisps for the cooks to sample during cooking.
I love Beef Wellington, but it’s a tricky thing to make so I usually leave it to the experts. This Salmon Wellington looks a lot easier and although the recipe uses tinned Red Salmon I don’t see why a nice piece of fresh salmon couldn’t be substituted.
This little recipe book compiled by the Keysborough Bowls Social Club is overflowing with great slice ideas so I’ve decided to try to post a recipe each week.
I’ve made this slice many times myself, but I have it in my collection as Wanganui Slice. I’ve always thought that it was named after the New Zealand town of Whanganui. Whatever the name, it tastes good, although it is rather on the sweet side.
I’m not quite sure what makes this Finnish, but as I’ve never been to Finland and know very little about their food I guess it could be from there. Wherever it’s from I do like the idea of mashed potatoes, mushrooms and onions baked together.
I haven’t made this Treacle Tart, but it does look good. As the heading says the old original recipe would have used treacle, but this more ‘modern’ version replaces that with golden syrup. Quick and easy to make and luscious served with either whipped cream or custard, what’s not to like.