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choirfran

cheese pudding

Does anyone have a recipe for cheese pudding i used to have it in school dinners it was delicious with mash potatos and beetroot

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Thistledo

Cheese pudding

I have a potato and cheese pie (no pastry involved), if you're interested?

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Gerry

choirfran cheese pud

If you web-search potatoes cheese and beetroot recipes you get lots of hits. One might ring a bell.

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Cherry Pie

Cheese pudding

I have one in my profile which might hit the spot.A bit old fashioned but quite tasty.

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JAMES

Cherry Pie - Cheese Pudding.

This sounds wonderful to me but what is it like? Souflee like? A side dish? What would I serve it with? It sounds very interesting, but I've no idea what to do about it!

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THanks!

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Cherry Pie

Cheese pudding

This sounds wonderful to me but what is it like? Souffle like? A side dish? What would I serve it with? It sounds very interesting, but I've no idea what to do about it!


Hi James

It is a bit like a souffle but a bit more solid (depending on how long you cook it of course)I have it as a main dish. I sometimes add a bit more cheese and have it with maybe a salad or a jacket potato and baked beans.

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JAMES

Cheese Pudding.

Thanks very much, Cherry Pie. I've added it to my favourites to try out when the household dedicated meat eater is out for the evening.........

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queen jean

cheese pudding

we have this dish now and then and we like it with bit bacon and few baked beans

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jampling

cheesy bake with hard boiled eggs and tatties

When I was a kid, my ma used to make a cheesy bake/casserole that included halved hard boiled eggs and potatoes. I think it had a crispy breadcrumbed topping.

For me at the time it was the ultimate comfort food. I have never seen a recipe that seems to fit. Was it an invention of my ma or does anyone have any similar recollections (and ideally recipe sources).

 
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