Saturday, 26 January 2013

Remember them bones...

Welcome to my two new followers Brenda Cupryna and Cheap Chick.

The granola having been made, the oven was duly turned up to roast the 3 beef marrowbones. I gave them 45 minutes and once cooked they looked like this:


I carefully removed some liquid dripping from the base of the pan and put it into a little ramekin. I reckon there should be enough to roast a tray of potatoes for using and freezing.


The kitchen smelt of a lovely roast beef dinner!  Today I am going to be making some faggots. I got the recipe from the blog of Frugal Queen who has 3 recipes, the one I shall make today (ever so slightly less liver) was the one I used on the 8th September 2012. If you want to find that recipe, use the search box at the top left of my blog and type in faggots. 

However, I intend to slightly alter this recipe to suit our tastes so will do a post on faggots tomorrow. Ours are currently cooling down in the kitchen ready to be packed into bags for freezing. I got 5 bags (each bag enough for 2 people) plus a half bag.

2 comments:

  1. I have never thought to make my own faggots, and we don't eat bought ones very often, even though they are very tasty - maybe I should try your recipe, you never know, they could become one of our staples.

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    1. Can but try Elaine. We like to always know what we are eating and both love faggots so when I got the recipe, had to try them. Haven't looked back and Frugal Queen's link has 3 different versions to try.

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