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Noreen, Board Moderator

Anyone ever made this?

Our recipe of the day for today, I always think it looks lovely, have to admit though I have never made a cheesecake in my life!

http://www.deliaonline.com/recipes/cuisine/european/english/banoffee-cheesecake-with-toffee-pecan-sauce.html

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Pork Chop

Cheesecake

Yes, I have! Some years ago now, but I remember it being really good. I put crushed amaretti biscuits on the top as the bananas turned slightly brown! Just finished it off nicely. Looked really good too. The toffee sauce is scrummy, I have made that quite a few times and used it on vanilla ice cream.

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Sue G

Anyone ever made this

Yes, made it a few years ago. Never tasted it as i hate Bananas. Hubby & friends said it was lovely.


Many years ago when i used to Work in Richmond there was a little Cheesecake shop tucked away in a side street. They used to sell cheesecakes to die for.

Have to make my own now.

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Pan-tastic

Banoffee Cheesecake

Yes I made it once and it was a bit disappointing - good but didn't live up to the image. The sauce however is fabulous and I too have made it to go with other things like ice cream

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Yummy

Bannoffee Cheescake

Yum Yum, this sounds just up my street, love pecans or walnuts in a dessert.....will have to try it

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Noreen, Board Moderator

Anyone ever made this?

Actually - I am taken by the one today now!

http://www.deliaonline.com/recipes/cuisine/european/english/chicken-and-leek-pot-pie.html

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Pork Chop

Chicken & Leek Pie

Yes, I have made this! I made one large one and I put poppy seeds on top of the pastry, once it had been egged. Worked very well, served with creamy mash and broccoli.

Still prefer the chicken Feuilettes though. They really are extremely tasty.

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Noreen, Board Moderator

Chicken Feuilletes!

Pork Chop, I'd totally forgotten them! I've made them a couple of times they are delish. Might do them this weekend. That's the end of the cheesecake and the pot pie..

http://www.deliaonline.com/recipes/type-of-dish/pastry/chicken-feuilletes.html

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jampling

Anyone ever made this?

The feuillettes do sound scrummy, but I have a bunch of leeks to use up so it will be the chicken and leek pie for us tonight. Never made it before, so hope I'm doing the right thing - but it sounds delish.

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JAMES

Feuilettes.

They are SO good!!!!!! Love them!

I also do the same thing with a beef in Guinness filling and they always go down well too.

:)

x

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jampling

chicken & leek pot pie

I made this last night, following the option in the recipe to trade half the leeks for mushrooms. It was delish!

I still have half a pie left over, so I think tonight's supper will also involve this in some shape or form. Maybe with a side of baked beans? (I just served it with broccoli last night, given all the veggies in the pie). From a nutritional perspective it didn't really need extra veggies, but I like to have some alternative relief on the plate, which the green broccoli admirably provided. Was lovely with the pie cheesey sauce too!

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sam from worthing

anyone made....


i can not stand banoffe pie in any shape or form. for 2 reasons can;t stand the look and smell and texture of 'nana's. and i really really do not like that condensed and or evaproated milk/cream stuff.

However, a poster mentioned the fueilletes.

they go down ever so well in my house, great for using up leftovers, the freeze well too, perfect ready meal.

good idea James, about using with a steak filling, yummy - hadn;t thought of that.

 
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