Recipes from the British HERB Kitchen

SEAWEED SODA BREAD

SEAWEED SODA BREAD

After several years in Japan trying all sorts of different seaweed, British Herb Kitchen has been delighted to find a few inspired entrepreneurs harvesting and developing seaweed products all around the British coast. It’s...

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ROASTIES WITH BRITISH AROMATIC HERB MIX

ROASTIES WITH BRITISH AROMATIC HERB MIX

Everyone has their perfect roast potato recipe and we are no different at British Herb Kitchen. Except that ours really is more perfect than perfect. You will need our British Aromatic Herb Mix for this or make your own...

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WHOLE ROAST PINEAPPLE – LEMON VERBENA & RUM

WHOLE ROAST PINEAPPLE – LEMON VERBENA & RUM

This is a hot, sweet, buttery joy of a dish. It looks great at the table and is really quite simple to prepare.PREP TIME: 10 minutes   COOK TIME: 45 minutesINGREDIENTS 1 whole pineapple 2 tbsp golden caster sugar 25g...

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ROAST CELERIAC WITH MUSHROOM & HYSSOP

ROAST CELERIAC WITH MUSHROOM & HYSSOP

A delicious vegetarian mainsSERVES: 4   PREP TIME: 30 minutes   COOK TIME: 90 minutesINGREDIENTS 2 medium celeriac, cleaned and halved across the middle 2 tbsp olive oil 2 onions finely chopped 400g mixed mushrooms cleaned...

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PEA AND LOVAGE VELOUTÉ

PEA AND LOVAGE VELOUTÉ

The combination of lovage and green peas works so well in this velvety soup. Smooth and comforting served hot in the Autumn and Winter. Fresh and green served chilled in the Summer. SERVES: 6   PREP TIME: 15 minutes   COOK...

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JUNIPER SPROUTS

JUNIPER SPROUTS

An original and delicious way to glamorize the humble sprout for the Christmas table. Any left-over berries make an excellent garnish for a Christmassy Gin such as Twisting Spirits’ exciting Douglas Fir Gin. SERVES: 6 PREP...

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HYSSOP MEATBALLS

HYSSOP MEATBALLS

SERVES: 4   PREP TIME: 20 minutes   COOK TIME: 20 minutes INGREDIENTS 250g pork mince 250g beef mince 1 small onion very finely chopped 50g torn up bread  40ml milk 1 tbsp fresh or dried hyssop 2 tsp toasted fennel seeds 2...

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A THOROUGHLY BRITISH PICNIC

A THOROUGHLY BRITISH PICNIC

‘Oh, stop, stop,’ cried the Mole in ecstasies: ‘This is too much!’. That’s the reaction of Mole when Ratty tells him what’s inside the picnic basket at the beginning of The Wind in the Willows. With rumours of a long, dry...

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BONFIRE NIGHT BAKED BEANS

BONFIRE NIGHT BAKED BEANS

A simple, robust and flavour-packed take on baked beans, this is the perfect winter warmer  for all ages for your fireworks celebrations. Great with a jacket potato, our seaweed soda bread or anything meaty but works on its...

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Join me and get to know our once great British herbs. Through the British Herb Kitchen blog I’ll bring you recipes, growing tips, health benefits and a little bit of quirky history. I’ll also be showcasing some of the best of our British artisan products, from all corners of the British Isles.

Each month we’ll celebrate one particular British herb. For our celebrity ‘Herb of the Month’ I’ll share info on how to cook with it, how to source it or grow it, and lots of other good stuff.

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