Sauce Cheese & Egg
A favourite Entwistle family
meal which is...
Tasty, Quick and Easy
any time of day.
Pre heat oven @ gas mark 7 or 180 0c
Take approx. 6oz (180g) of Crumbly Lancashire Cheese
and crumble one on half of a plate.
Next take two large free range eggs and break onto
the other half of the plate. Pour a little milk onto
the cheese and shake a little white pepper onto the
Place on top shelf in the oven until the egg whites
are cooked and the yolkes are still soft (more often
than not the yolkes will have gone hard but this does
not spoil the dish)
Remove from the oven carefully as the plate will be
very hot and will remain so for quite a while. Next
butter some nice soft white bread to dip in the cheese
and egg and enjoy. Oh, a splash of Lancashire
Sauce will not go amiss!
Beef with Lancashire Sauce Stir Fry
1 head of broccoli
6 spring onions
450g beef (ask your butcher for stir fry)
1. Prepare all the vegetables first, thinly chop the
carrots and spring onions, cut the broccoli into small
florets and roughly chop the peppers and courgettes.
Cut the beef into chunky strips about 2-3cm (1 inch)
2. Heat a small amount of vegetable oil in a wok or
frying pan, and when hot fry the beef until lightly
3. Reduce the heat slightly (medium high) then add
the carrots, peppers, broccoli and courgettes but
not the spring onions.
4. Fry for about 10 minutes until the vegetables start
to soften then add the spring onions and enough Lancashire
Sauce to lightly cover everything, though
add more if you like a stronger taste!
5. Fry for a further 2-3 minutes then serve.
for Black Pudding Lovers...
Take half a crumpet and slice
in half (horizontally) and grill, then grill a slice
of black pudding.
When cooked place on one half of crumpet and crumble
on lancashire cheese. Place other half of crumpet
on top, place in oven gas mk4/180 electric for 10minutes
and remove, then drizzle with Lancashire Sauce.
(A personalised variation
on a Delia Smith recipe)
Sent in by Love Sows Seeds
12 oz tin Corned beef
2 tablespoons of Lancashire sauce
1 dessert spoon of grain mustard
1 large onion
3 medium carrots
2 medium parsnips
3 tablespoons of olive oil
Salt and pepper to taste