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I don’t pretend that this is from the original recipe from the Hotel Sacher, in Vienna, where it is supposed to be a closely guarded secret. However, it is a very good variation. In Vienna, slices of Sachertorte are always served with a dollop of thi
These lovely, light, airy choux buns are filled and topped with a squidgy chocolate mousse mixture and coated with chocolate icing and chopped nuts.
Goat's cheese, roasted vegetables, couscous and a fiery dressing combine to make this one of Delia's best and most popular recipes, perfect for a buffet or party.
I think one of God's greatest gifts to man is good cheese, and it deserves good bread to go with it. This chunky, slightly sweet bread goes extremely well with a sharp, vigorous Cheddar, fresh goats' cheese or Cashel Blue. It also freezes very well.
A good, old-fashioned, English, white, crusty loaf, soft inside and lightly textured, is still hard to beat – it's my own favourite for soldiers to go with softly boiled eggs, and the next day or the day after it always makes divine toast. Made eithe
There is a distinct affinity between walnuts and maple syrup, and this light cheesecake marries the flavours beautifully. In order to increase the maple flavour the syrup here is reduced and thickened. The same process is used to make a lovely maple
This recipe is simplicity itself, but it has a wonderful combination of flavours and a very crunchy texture.
What could be easier? Just choose some meats, cheese, pickles and bread for a feast full of Italian flavour!
A winner for busy cooks - Delia describes this gorgeous, no-cook torte as the easiest chocolate recipe ever invented. So what are you waiting for?
These are excellent to serve at a buffet, as they are so much easier to deal with than the unwieldy large jacket potatoes. The topping can vary, and for those with rather less time to spare for preparation I would recommend a soft cheese mixed with g
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