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  • Chestnut Pie

    Have I ever mentioned how much I like chestnuts? Ever? Maybe once or twice, with the Chestnut Cookies, Caramel Chestnut Risotto, or Chestnut Puddings... In the second try, therefore, I used cooked chestnuts, boiling some first (saving the chestnut water, Pour in the chestnuts, and then the batter. Bake at 180°C for 40min. We also used double the amount of chestnuts the second time around, making it super chestnutty.

  • Chestnut and Sausage Risotto

    I've used chestnuts in risotto before (check out my Caramel Chestnut Risotto), but I wanted to do something Chestnuts always hold special emotional associations for me, reminding me of Christmas magic and family time, so anything with chestnuts to me, is the ultimate comfort food! And now that chestnuts are available frozen, my desire for such food doesn't have to be limited to November Once that is absorbed, stir in the veg and sausage, the chestnuts and the milk, allowing the flavours

  • Chestnut Puddings

    I've always loved chestnuts in any shape or form, especially roast chestnuts. Ingredients: 1 1/2 - 2 c chestnuts, roasted 3 tbsp butter 1 1/2 - 2 c milk 1 egg 1 tsp cinnamon 2 tbsp the chestnuts are tender. 2) Blitz the chestnuts in milk, adding a touch of extra milk or some water Add the chestnut mix and a little extra milk, and cook slowly, stirring well. Instead, our puddings had chunks of roasted chestnut in them, which worked rather well.

  • Roast Chestnut Cookies

    , my true love gave to me five chestnut rings"). Ingredients: 1/2 c butter, softened 3/4 chestnut paste 1 1/4 c brown sugar 1 c chestnuts 3/4 tbsp vanilla extract 3 tbsp milk 1 egg 3/4 tsp baking soda 1 3/4 c flour 1/2 tsp salt 1) Roast chestnuts and chestnut The whole chestnuts don't need to be covered though. 2) Cream butter, chestnut paste and sugar together They did taste like roast chestnuts this time.

  • Chestnut Soup

    As mentioned in Day 42 of The Challenge I love chestnuts and always have. It isn't quite chestnut season yet, although it was last week in the southern part of the country and it got me hankering for some chestnuts. This allowed the chestnuts to roast a little, releasing a delicious flavour reminiscent of cold hands Bring to a boil and then simmer for 30 minutes. 4) When the vegetables and chestnuts are tender, blend

  • Cuban Chestnut Stuffing

    It is a bread stuffing which also has nuts and chestnuts in it. Also, there is my minor love affair with chestnuts to take into account. Continue to cook over low heat. 4) Allow to cook for a few minutes, then add the chestnuts and stir. Add spices and oregano. 5) Add the onions, bacon, chestnut mix to the bread and mix well. I would recommend parboiling the chestnuts before adding to the stuffing.

  • Caramel Chestnut Risotto

    It was less creamy and rich than making risotto with milk (which was desirable, given the caramel chestnuts Given the season, the chestnuts were frozen, but they worked well nonetheless. dishing, or serve the rice and spoon chestnuts and caramel over the top. Depending on how vigorously you stir, the chestnuts might start to fall apart, but this is ok. I thought that the caramel chestnut concentration could be higher, and that the proportion of those could

  • Chestnut Ring Cookies

    On the fifth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me five Chestnut Rings, four Poppyseed cookies, three Ingredients: 1/2 c butter, softened 3/4 chestnut paste 1 1/4 c brown sugar 3/4 tbsp vanilla extract 3 I had hoped that the flavour of roasted chestnuts would come out, but it didn't. Instead there is a gentle sweetness and a delicate chestnut flavour blending with the cinnamon. Thinking of trying another new chestnut variety where the chestnut would have more opportunity to roast

  • Butternut and Chestnut Cream Soup

    As mentioned in Day 87 of The Challenge Butternut and chestnut seasons intersect! Ingredients: 1 butternut squash, halved and with the seeds scooped out 500g chestnuts, parboiled and -1/2 c cream 2 tsp thyme Salt and pepper to taste Toasted pumpkin seeds to top 1) Place butternut, chestnuts The truly lengthy bit is peeling the chestnuts if you use fresh ones, but then I find it quite zen to

  • Rosehip and Chestnut Chicken Stew

    As mentioned in Day 93 of The Challenge I saw a recipe title for pomegranate and chestnut chicken stew The tart rosehips balance out the sweet chestnuts well, and the acidity tenderised the chicken. 3 onions, thinly sliced 1 - 1 1/2 c rosehip purée (for more info on rosehips see here or here) 500g chestnuts

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