MINI VEGIE AND CHEESE FRITTATAS

It’s Grand Prix weekend here in Melbourne this weekend.  My husband is a F1 fan and we not only go to the race here every year, but also have been lucky enough to go to several races overseas.  As you’d expect the food on sale at the track varies from country to country.   So far, unsurprisingly, Italy has had the best.  Here in Melbourne it’s all pretty much heavy duty fried things so I usually take a lighter lunch for us.  Tomorrow I’m making these Frittatas to take……..

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CORN AND POTATO PIE

The cheesy pastry base in this recipe is filled with mashed potato, bacon, spring onions, creamed corn and more cheese, which sounds like a great combination.  It doesn’t say so, but I’m assuming they mean for you to heat it hot, although cold the next day might be interesting as well.

CHEESY VEGETABLE PIE

Seems like when Mum tore this out of the Woman’s Day she missed the last few lines so has handwritten them on the bottom.  Her instructions read “other half 27cm” and “over with pastry.  200o C, 400oF – 40 mins”.  I’ll add my comments  – that this could be a hearty pie for vegetarians by simply substituting the bacon for extra vegetables.

SAVORY ROULADES with Ham & Corn, Creamed Chicken and Smoked Salmon fillings

Mum must have cut this recipe pretty roughly from the The Sun newspaper, her breakfast time reading every morning.  It’s missing a small section, but I think you can work out the ham and corn filling without it.  I’ve never made a roulade using potato, but it would make a nice firm base and Nancy Baldwin’s instruction are very helpful.